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MCCONNELL PROMISES MORE GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWNS – REPUBLICANS ARE RUNNING ON GRIDLOCK & OBSTRUCTION. In an interview with this week with POLITICO, Mitch McConnell promised to follow Ted Cruz’s lead and repeatedly threaten to shut down the government should he become majority leader.
Gardner Has A Long Record Of Fighting To Take Away Health Care Decisions From Women
DSCC’s First Colorado Ad Backed By Approximately $1 Million & Will Run Statewide Over Next Two Weeks
New Ad: Congressman Bill Cassidy Puts Millionaires Before Veterans
Reports Show Land Received Car and Cell Phone From Land & Co., But Still Claims She Wasn’t An Employee
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee Deputy Executive Director Matt Canter issued the following statement on Dan Sullivan and the Republican primary in Alaska:
Cotton Won’t Admit He Was The Only Member Of Arkansas’s Congressional Delegation To Oppose Funding For State’s Only Pediatric Hospital
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee Executive Director Guy Cecil issued the following statement on Senator Brian Schatz and his victory in Hawaii:
BAD GOP CANDIDATES SINKING REPUBLICAN HOPES. With less than three months to go the GOP has seen their chances at winning the majority dragged down by a slew of disappointing, right wing candidates that have escaped primary defeat by embracing tea party positions that put them at odds with the persuadable voters that will decide these elections.
New Ad: Speaker Tillis Cut Nearly $500 Million From North Carolina Education But Gave Tax Breaks To Yacht & Jet Owners
A new report from the Macomb Daily reveals that inspector reports show Terri Lynn Land’s family business Land & Co. as the “registered owner” of the apartments Land claimed to own and that Land & Co. failed to address complaints about cockroaches, bed bugs, and mice for nearly a year:
SLOW THAT VICTORY LAP: GOP ESTABLISHMENT EMBRACED TEA PARTY CANDIDATES IN ORDER TO AVOID LOSING PRIMARIES. With primary season winding down, establishment Republicans are taking a victory lap and claiming they were undefeated in Senate primaries. But national Republicans and outside groups not only spent massive resources in red states like Kentucky, North Carolina, and Georgia to avoid embarrassing primary losses, they only won by embracing candidates and policies that are far too tea party for a general electorate, even in conservative states.
DEMOCRATS WINNING ON THE ECONOMY – VOTERS REJECTING GOP ECONOMIC IDEAS THAT FAVOR WEALTHY & BIG CORPORATIONS – GROWING ECONOMY BOOSTS DEMOCRATS. In every battleground Senate race there is a clear contrast of economic visions: Republican ideas that favor the wealthy and big corporations and Democratic plans that would make life more affordable for middle class families. Democrats are winning the economic argument in these races, and the flow of good economic news is improving the overall political climate for Democrats.
David Perdue has made millions tearing companies and communities apart by slashing thousands of jobs in Georgia and across the country and outsourcing jobs. So it’s no surprise Perdue wants to protect tax breaks for corporations that send jobs overseas.
It's Clear Republican Senate Candidates Are Doing All They Can To Avoid A 50thAnniversary Of Medicare As We Know It
WITH ABOUT 100 DAYS TO GO: NO GOP WAVE IN SIGHT. For the better part of the last year, Republicans have brushed off questions about bad candidates, poor fundraising, an improving economy, and a historically unpopular GOP brand, saying pay no attention to the candidates, the polling, or the fundamentals of the races because there’s a wave coming. But with 100 days to go, just about everyone says there is no GOP wave in sight.
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee Executive Director Guy Cecil issued the following statement on David Perdue and the Republican runoff in Georgia:
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee released a new ad today in Iowa that highlights Joni Ernst’s plan to privatize Social Security. Rather than fighting to protect Social Security, Ernst would put Iowans’ retirement in the hands of Wall Street.