The Associated Press story about Natalie Tennant’s position on energy omitted some key facts about her record.
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Today, the Washington Examiner reported that Media Matters for America, a self-described “progressive research and information center dedicated to comprehensively monitoring, analyzing, and correcting conservative misinformation in the U.S. media” is ironically, resisting an effort by the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 500 to unionize its staff. According to the Examiner, Last week, the union filed […]
Mary Landrieu’s newest ad is catching a lot of press, both locally and nationally, for all of the wrong reasons. In fact, NBC’s Today Show called Landrieu’s ad “pretty embarrassing.”
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Yesterday, the Arkansas AARP was forced to issue a press release claiming that Mark Pryor’s campaign was not authorized to invoke their organization in a Mediscare attack ad on Tom Cotton.
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Mark Begich has played his campaign up as 100 percent Alaskan and said that Alaskans don’t like outsiders coming in and telling them what to do:
The Washington Free Beacon reported that Erin Bilbray said she would have voted for the Iraq War, but also said she thinks Edward Snowden is a hero, “aligning her with pundits and politicians who overwhelmingly opposed, in their words or votes, the war in Iraq”: Nevada Democrat Erin Bilbray says she would have voted in […]
Never one for modesty, Mike Bloomberg told the New York Times this week that “if there is a god…I have earned a spot in heaven.”
Yesterday, Sean Eldridge’s campaign posted that they were looking for a communications director. We noticed their task list must have been cut off.
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Today, Roll Call’s Rothenblog changed its rating in Minnesota’s 2nd Congressional district from “Republican Favored” to “Safe Republican.” This is bad news for House Majority PAC, who labeled this race as a top priority for 2014. And it looks like with Mike Obermueller’s anemic fundraising numbers compared to incumbent Rep. John Kline’s, not to mention […]
Yesterday, Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley signed a bill decriminalizing the possession of a small amount of marijuana. This came just four months after O’Malley said he was ” not in favor” of decriminalizing the drug because it could be “a gateway to even more harmful behavior.” Can O’Malley’s flip-flop on Marijuana policy be attributed to his Presidential […]