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Gardner Has Repeatedly Voted To Cut Billions From The CDC, NIH
Rep. Cory Gardner has supported massive cuts to agencies responding to Ebola like the CDC and NIH, cuts that would have harmed the country's ability to respond to the Ebola threat.
Instead of working to invest in our public health system that works to protect our country from disease outbreak, Congressman Cory Gardner has a long record of voting to cut funding from agencies that are responding to Ebola:
Cotton Has Repeatedly Voted To Cut Billions From The CDC
Cassidy Has Repeatedly Voted To Cut Billions From The CDC
Cotton Voted To End Medicare’s Guarantee, Cut Social Security Benefits & Raise The Retirement Age To 70
Tillis Led The Effort To Defund Planned Parenthood, Supported Making Common Forms Of Birth Control Illegal
Recent revelations raise important questions about whether we can trust Mike Rounds to tell the truth. Rounds originally testified to the state legislature that he never was served legal papers in the lawsuit involving the EB-Five Visa scandal, but that turned out not to be true. And for years, Rounds claimed that he did not personally recruit investors for the state E-B-Five program. But news broke recently that Rounds wrote a letter on the state's letterhead soliciting E-B-Five investors back in 2005.
Gardner Voted To Cut Education & Medicare To Pay For Massive Tax Cut For Corporations
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee is releasing a new ad today in Iowa that presents the clear contrast between Joni Ernst and Bruce Braley on who’s best for Iowa’s hardworking students and families. While Joni Ernst backs an extreme plan to eliminate all federal student loans, Bruce Braley is fighting to make college more affordable. Braley worked to put himself through college and now is working to allow those with student loan debt to refinance at a lower interest rate.
Sexual Assault Response Team Nurse: Ernst Would “Ban A Woman’s Right To Choose Even For Women Who’ve Been Through That Trauma, Absolutely Brutalized”
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee is releasing a powerful new ad in Iowa today highlighting Joni Ernst’s support for taking away women’s personal health care decisions, even for Iowa’s most vulnerable women who are victims of rape or incest.
Latest Poll Shows Michelle Nunn Leading Perdue By Three
Perdue Would Cost Georgia Schools $1 Billion, Eliminate All Federal Student Loans
Tillis Raised Taxes On Retirement Income & Gave Tax Breaks To Millionaires, Backs Cutting Social Security & Medicare
Domestic Violence Counselor Holds Cotton Accountable For Turning His Back On Arkansas Women
Rounds Sold U.S. Citizenship To Chinese Investors, Then Gave Shady, Offshore Corporation Special Tax Breaks To Keep His Scheme Afloat
Ernst’s Own Words Once Again Highlight How She’s Too Extreme For Iowa
Gardner Continues To Lie About Sponsoring A Bill That Would Make Abortion & Most Kinds Of Birth Control Illegal
Kochs Laid Off 100 North Carolinians & Days Later Started Spending Millions To Buy Tillis A Senate Seat
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee is releasing a new ad today in North Carolina that highlights how the Koch brothers are spending millions to elect Speaker Thom Tillis because he has proven he will back their agenda that’s good for billionaires like them but bad for North Carolina.
Scott Brown Voted To Protect Tax Breaks For Outsourcers, Got Sweetheart Deal From Outsourcing Company
McConnell Voted To Raise His Own Pay While Kentucky Lost Jobs, Incomes Fell
Tom Cotton “Would Leave Women Like Me With Nowhere To Turn”
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee is releasing a powerful new ad in Arkansas today that features a domestic violence survivor bringing much needed attention to Tom Cotton’s vote against the Violence Against Women Act.
GOP HOPES HURT BY HORRIBLE STANDING WITH WOMEN. In 2012, Republican Senate candidates fully embraced the GOP’s anti-woman agenda and drove women voters away in record numbers, creating the largest gender gap in history.