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Nancy Pelosi was questioned by Meet the Press host Chuck Todd this morning about whether or not she’s a drag on Democratic candidates in House races in Georgia and Montana.    Pelosi dodged the question and instead brought up a very good point: what matters is who these Democratic candidates will vote with and support ...

Omaha’s dynamic duo
| April 21st, 2017

Former Rep. Brad Ashford and his wife, liberal attorney Ann Ferlic Ashford, seem to have a pretty high opinion of themselves. Both have expressed their desire to run for Congress, though not against each other. So, as attorneys and ex-politicians do, they are currently engaging in their deliberative process to see who will run in ...
Democrats are traveling across the country preaching a new unified front; however, this so called “Unity Tour” appears to be missing a critical element – unity. Recently, a crowd of Democratic supporters chanted in favor of failed presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, but immediately booed at the mention of DNC Chairman Tom Perez. Simultaneously, the DNC ...
Where will Jon Ossoff be campaigning tonight, you ask? In the 6th District, perhaps? Nope! He’ll be speaking at the Democratic Party of Georgia’s 2017 State Dinner – in the 5th District. Conveniently, this is also where he lives – so he won’t need to worry about getting home too late. AJC: “Speaking will be ...

At it again
| April 20th, 2017

Rob Quist is trying to mislead Montanans… again. First he got caught not paying taxes for nearly a decade and lying about being too sick to work those years. That’s ironic for a guy who supports a government-run healthcare plan that would raise taxes on Montana families by $15.3 trillion. Now, he’s trying to make ...
Ossoff failed to meet his own expectations. Jon Ossoff repeatedly stated his goal was to win outright with 50% of the vote on Tuesday. By coming up short of this goal, Ossoff’s campaign failed based on his own measurement standards. Republicans recognize both strengths and weaknesses.   The Republican party does not deny that the ...

1338 Days
| April 20th, 2017

1338 days: that’s the amount of time it took Kyrsten Sinema to apologize for taking money from a child sex trafficking scheme recently exposed in the Arizona Republic. Sinema first accepted money from Backpage CEO Michael Lacey on August 20, 2013. She continued to accept tens of thousands in tainted money from Backpage executives and ...
After Democrats unsuccessfully poured over $8 million into Jon Ossoff’s campaign to reach 50% of the vote in GA-06, their base is starting to question if the campaign’s funds were well spent. Operatives argue Ossoff’s substantial budget, mostly comprised of out-of-state and celebrity donations, was wasted on television ads rather than building-up the defeated party. ...