Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill (D.) praised her California colleague Sen. Kamala Harris on Thursday night as a “leader” in the party’s effort to form “an immigration policy that is true to the heritage of this country.”
Earlier this month, Florida senator Bill Nelson (D.) rallied a group of supporters in Pasco County by telling them it’s their county that will tell him whether he will win reelection.
Missouri Democrat Claire McCaskill’s reelection campaign responded to a Wednesday report on her husband’s $1 million investment in a Cayman Islands hedge fund by pointing to her support nearly a decade ago for legislation targeting offshore tax havens, but congressional records show her name hasn’t been associated with the bill since her husband’s investment.
The San Francisco-based “resistance” group that mobilized earlier this month for Missouri senator Claire McCaskill (D.) has scheduled three more events to support her campaign.
With talk of the impending “blue wave” of voters going to the polls in November, Democratic candidates raised over a million dollars as they battled it out to appear on the ballot against a Republican incumbent in a solidly red Indiana district.
Sen. Joe Manchin (D., W.Va.) used taxpayer money to pay for travel from a visit to California for a lucrative campaign fundraiser, according to official expenditure reports.
Billionaire activist Tom Steyer criticized Democratic representative Jacky Rosen (Nev.) for being too afraid of Republican voters to back his campaign to impeach President Donald Trump.
President Donald Trump said on Wednesday afternoon that people are “really upset” that Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill (D.) used her private plane during what her campaign billed as an R.V. tour of the state.
Sen. Claire McCaskill (D., Mo.) said her campaign was “hitting the road” in an RV to tour the state, but public flight information indicates that travel also occurred on her million-dollar private plane.