Yesterday morning Ohio’s Treasurer-In-Name-Only Josh Mandel was hit with his second FEC complaint, this time for violating federal election law by allegedly using state campaign resources for his federal Senate race.
Mandel has already made a name for himself by becoming the first Treasurer in recent history to have missed every single meeting of the state’s […]
Toto, we’re not in Kansas anymore. Because even in Kansas they’re not this crazy about restricting affordable access to women’s reproductive health.
We had a Wizard of Oz moment when Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell announced the GOP’s plans to introduce legislation that would allow any and all employers the right to deny coverage for birth […]
The US Chamber, funneling millions of dollars from the biggest businesses, went on the air this week to try and prop up George Allen’s campaign in Virginia with no concern over the facts.
The Chamber is trying to swamp us with their money, but we have the facts on our side.
As Governor, George Allen increased state […]
The Chamber of Commerce dumped $200,000 in ads on North Dakota this week, aiming to rehabilitate Senate candidate Rick Berg’s image in the state. Funneling millions of dollars from big business, the Chamber was eager to prop up Berg, with little regard for the facts.
It’s no surprise that business giants are coming to the rescue for […]
The corporate-funded US Chamber of Commerce is assuming the role of Republican attack dog again, this time running millions of dollars of misleading ads about Missouri Senator Claire MacCaskill.
Despite the fact that Senator Claire McCaskill’s re-election campaign has received significant support from local business leaders and companies, the US Chamber of Commerce has joined with […]
The Romney campaign is already lowering expectations for their performance in tonight’s GOP primaries in Colorado, Minnesota and Missouri, where the remaining four candidates will vie for the attention of an increasingly uninspired Republican base. Turnout trends from the previous contests in Nevada, Florida, New Hampshire and Iowa all proved underwhelming despite the Party’s […]
The Superbowl is a time for Americans to gather around a national pastime – the game, the grub, good company and more recently, the year’s most creative commercials.
But this year, Republican candidate for Senate, Pete Hoekstra left us all aghast with this offensive commercial, laden with racist undertones and bogus claims as his campaign made […]
Numbers released today show Democrat Tammy Baldwin lapping her Republican opponents in fundraising for Wisconsin’s 2012 Senate race.
Baldwin put up big numbers today showing totals that more than double her Republican opponents. Her campaign reports raising $1.1 million over the reporting period and has $1.8 million on hand.
Republican Tommy Thompson, who hasn’t stood for […]
The Cleveland Plain Dealer provides in-depth look today at Josh Mandel, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in Ohio. Looking at Mandel’s record, it’s even less surprising that Sen. Sherrod Brown maintains his strong lead in independent polls despite the barrage of right-wing attack ads. Not only is Sherrod Brown one of the Senate’s strongest voices […]
After Senate candidate Connie Mack dropped back into Florida last week, he’s taken an odd tack in his public appearances. Rather than meeting with Floridians and hearing what’s important to them, Connie’s been doing the bidding of his fellow legacy-politician Mitt Romney in his new unofficial role as Newt Gingrich’s stalker.
Connie’s been spotted trailing Newt […]