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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.
WHAT DEMOCRATS’ BIG $$$ ADVANTAGE MEANS. Reporting on Democratic Senate candidates’ “bulging bank accounts,” the New York Times’ Nick Confessore wrote this week, “Democrats appear to have weathered an expensive onslaught of outside spending from Republican and conservative groups, with most of the pivotal races remaining competitive.
Nearly Every Republican Senate Candidate Agrees With Akin On Personhood, Other Radical Measures To Block Access To Contraception
One Week Out From GOP Runoff, Jack Kingston & David Perdue Take The Gloves Off As Debate Turns Ugly
Debate Panelist: "You didn’t talk about jobs or national security... You basically tried to attack each other.... Isn’t that the type of cynical campaigning Georgia voters are sick of?'"
David Perdue and Congressman Jack Kingston lit into each other over the weekend at the only debate ahead of Tuesday’s GOP run-off.
New Report Reveals That While Land Denied A Connection To Land & Co., Public Records Tell Another Story
When Terri Lynn Land launched her campaign over a year ago, she touted the success of her family business as her own and claimed it was one of her top credentials as U.S. Senate candidate.
Today the Supreme Court ruled that a woman’s boss has the right to deny her health insurance coverage for birth control, reminding voters across the country what’s at stake in this election. Nearly every GOP Senate candidate in the country supports radical, anti-woman measures that would go even further than today’s decision and block birth control access.
See Joni run. She ran hard in the primary arm-and-arm with Sarah Palin, touting her support for an agenda supported by her billionaire benefactors Charles and David Koch. A cornerstone of Ernst’s campaign has been from day one that she does not “believe” and does “not support” the federal government setting a minimum wage. Ernst has made her opposition to the federal minimum wage crystal clear, and Iowa media took note. Take a look:
Republicans Call McDaniel “Dangerous,” “Extreme,” Someone Who Associates With “White Nationalists & Segregationists”
Land Runs From The Press, Hides From The Public, And Now Refuses To Debate For Michiganders