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Why Did Eric Hovde Flip-Flop on Green Energy Tax Cuts? $$$

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This F*cking Guy Is the First Former President to Stand Trial on Criminal Charges

News Press Releases Eric Hovde Monday, Apr 15 2024

Elderly People Shouldn’t Vote — Eric Hovde

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NEW REPORT: Bankruptcy documents detail how GOP NC governor nominee Mark Robinson failed to file federal income taxes for 5 years

AB Leadership Thursday, Jul 14 2011

Washington Post: Allen criticized for voting against equipment for soldiers in Senate

On July 14, 2011,  the Washington Post reported:

"Former governor and senator George Allen was captured on video while campaigning in Franklin on Wednesday talking to a soldier’s father about the need to properly equip troops with body armor. Allen, a Republican, said it was “deplorable” that the soldier’s family had to provide his own equipment, specifically gloves. [...] But American Bridge 21st Century, the Democratic-leaning group that has been tracking Allen while he is campaigning for the U.S. Senate next year, pointed out that the former senator voted at least twice against equipment for soldiers during his one term.

News Tuesday, Jul 12 2011

RELEASE: American Bridge 21st Century Hires Ty Matsdorf To Lead Communications War Room

WASHINGTON -- American Bridge 21st Century President Rodell Mollineau today announced that he has hired Ty Matsdorf to serve as War Room Director and Senior Adviser...

News Monday, Jul 11 2011

Boston Globe: Mass. Democrats target Brown on lack of town halls

On July 10, 2011, the Boston Globe reported: Since taking office, Brown has been selective in his interaction with the public and media, favoring speeches over question-and-answer sessions, ducking out of meeting halls before reporters can reach him, and using videos, press releases, and op-ed columns to disseminate his views in a noninteractive fashion.

AB Leadership Friday, Jul 8 2011

NY Times: Trailing G.O.P. With Cameras, Seeking Gaffes

Aaron Fielding quietly stalks his prey — Republicans — with his video camera, patiently waiting for a political moment worthy of YouTube. At 27, he is a full-time “tracker” for American Bridge 21st Century, a new Democratic organization that aims to record every handshake, every utterance by Republican candidates in 2011 and 2012, looking for gotcha moments that could derail political ambitions or provide fodder for television advertisements by liberal groups next year.

News Health Care Wednesday, Jul 6 2011

Roll Call: Heather Wilson Running to the Right in N.M.

On July 5, 2011, Roll Call reported:

Heather Wilson (R-N.M.) sounds like a tea partyer. The former Congresswoman, who ran on her national security expertise and independent voting record to win five full terms representing Albuquerque, is now boasting that she has signed a conservative “cut, cap and balance” pledge, says she wouldn’t increase the debt ceiling unless a deal includes significant budget cuts and calls the new health care law unconstitutional.

News Thursday, Jun 30 2011

STL Today: Clergy members deliver statement to Akin over his 'hatred for God' comment

On June 29, 2011, the Saint Louis Post Dispatch reported:

Several St. Louis area religious leaders came to U.S. Rep. Todd Akin's office this morning to deliver a statement condemning the Republican for his comment that liberalism involves "hatred for God."

News Monday, Jun 27 2011

Huffington Post: Todd Akin: 'At The Heart Of Liberalism Is Really A Hatred Of God'

On June 27, 2011, the Huffington Post reported: Rep. Todd Akin (R-Mo.) is drawing fire for claiming a "hatred of…

News Thursday, Jun 23 2011

Palm Beach Post: Hasner slapped for failing to disclose on time

On June 22, 2011, the Palm Beach Post reported:

The state Commission on Ethics found probable cause that Republican Adam Hasner, a candidate for U.S. Senate, violated state ethics laws by failing to file his 2010 financial disclosure form in a timely fashion.

News Tuesday, Jun 21 2011

AFP: Lawmakers blame fires on migrants, drug smugglers

On June 20, 2011, the AFP reported:

Three US Republican Congressmen said that illegal immigrants and drug traffickers are causing numerous fires blazing along Arizona's border with Mexico.

News Energy Tuesday, Jun 21 2011

Washington Post: Allen’s position on ethanol has changed — again

On June 20, 2011, the Washington Post reported:

But it turns out Allen hadn’t “long maintained” his view on ethanol. To adapt a phrase from another famous candidate, Allen was against ethanol before he was for it before he was against it.

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