***Similar statements will be sent today targeting House Republicans running or considering running for Senate including Tom Cotton in Arkansas, Bill Cassidy in Louisiana, Renee Ellmers in North Carolina, Justin Amash in Michigan, Steve Daines in Montana and Shelley Moore Capito in West Virginia ***
In Interview With The New Republic, Grayson Says Ad With McConnell Led To Rand Paul Victory
REPUBLICAN PARTY STILL STRUGGLING TO LEARN LESSONS FROM 2012. Three months ago, with great fanfare, the RNC released the so-called “autopsy,” a multitude of recommendations for how the Republican party would soon become the hippest, smartest thing around. Republicans promised GOP donors they would handpick stronger candidates, implement all the coolest technologies, embrace Latinos and never ever talk about rape again. That was three months ago…
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From the first question last night, it was clear Ed Markey was the decisive winner in the second Massachusetts Senate debate. “If you look closely, Gomez's hands are shaking,” said WGGB’s Stephanie Officer, “The Gomez I saw tonight did not look like a guy fighting to win in the final two weeks of a campaign.
Justin Barasky, National Press Secretary for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, issued the following statement on Gabriel Gomez’s continued embrace of national Republican policies in tonight’s debate:
Terri Lynn Land is making it crystal clear to Michiganders that if she was elected to the Senate, she would put the priorities of the national Republican Party above the interests of middle class families. Land, who already has a record of failing Michigan’s middle class families, announced she will continue to serve as National Committeewoman for the National Republican Party while running for Senate.
The Republican War on Women is taking center stage again with Republican leaders making offensive comments about women in the military and in the work place. This week marks the 50th anniversary of the Equal Pay Act, one of the first federal anti-discrimination laws enacted to address gender-based pay disparity. Yet Republican opposition to paycheck fairness continues.