Target: Paris. More than 130 die in a terrorist attack on a Friday night in November. No one sees it coming. Global panic ensues.
Suddenly the nation debates the future of the Syrian refugee program. Terrorism jumps to the front of voters’ minds. National security becomes the defining issue of the 2016 election. No one sees that coming, either.
John Fetterman, a Democratic mayor of a small west Pennsylvania town, is running to be the Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate in 2016, but he failed to submit financial disclosure forms that are required for all candidates, according to the Associated Press.
The Republican National Committee has unveiled two finalists for the official logo of the 2016 GOP convention in Cleveland. One of the these final designs, obtained exclusively by the Free Beacon, will be used as the logo for next year’s event, depending on which candidate Republican voters select as the party’s nominee. Here they are:
Less than a year out from the 2016 election the Democratic National Committee fell further into debt by spending nearly a million dollars more than it raised through fundraising last month, according to the committee’s most recent election filing.
Sen. Michael Bennet (D., Colo.) refused to say whether he supports bipartisan legislation that would require the intelligence community to certify that refugees from Syria and Iraq are not a security threat before being admitted into the country.
Russ Feingold, the anti-lobbyist former Democratic senator from Wisconsin who is running again in hopes of recapturing the seat, held a fundraiser at a Washington, D.C., bar this week that he previously said serves as a venue where lobbyists buy influence from politicians through bundled contributions.