New York Republicans filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission last month alleging that Sean Eldridge, a Democratic candidate for a New York House seat, accepted an illegal contribution from a local business group.
The owner, publisher, and editor-in-chief of the New Republic issued a statement this week pledging to rectify the lack of sexual-identity diversity among its editorial contributors.
Chris Hughes, the inventor of Facebook’s “poke” button who bought the nearly a century old liberal magazine in 2012, vowed to bridge the publication’s gender gap and bring aboard a more sexually diverse bench of writers to the magazine’s literary pages.
Democratic Congressional candidate and Facebook spouse Sean Eldridge prides himself on running a “different kind of campaign.” He’s tired of seeing the voices of everyday people being drowned out by the “money, and special interests, and corporate interests in Washington.” He wants to fix that. At least, that’s what Eldridge told attendees at the RFK Democratic Club meeting last week in Albany, N.Y.
Democrat Sean Eldridge’s campaign for a New York House seat received cash from billionaire environmentalist Tom Steyer, Google’s Eric Schmidt, and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg in the third quarter of 2013.
Democrat Sean Eldridge is making large investments in Hudson Valley businesses, but some say his venture capital firm acts as a de facto political operation designed to boost his congressional campaign.
Democratic House candidate Sean Eldridge won’t say whether he’d vote for Obamacare or support Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) to be Speaker of the House.
The PAC of the pro-Palestinian lobbying group J Street has announced its endorsement of Sean Eldridge, a 2014 House candidate who bought a $2 million house in Shokan, New York this year in order to become eligible to run for Congress.
Congressional wannabe Sean Eldridge, the husband of New Republic owner Chris Hughes, will not tell reporters about his views on Syria, according to Politico.
The day after Amazon.com billionaire Jeff Bezos bought the Washington Post, one of the paper’s columnists, Eugene Robinson, appeared on “Morning Joe.” Robinson is a reliable voice for conventional liberal opinion, and on this particular day, Tuesday, August 6, 2013, conventional liberal opinion held that Bezos’ purchase of the Post for $250 million was an act of bravery and humanity comparable to the Marshall Plan.