A new ad released by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee aimed at attacking the Republican candidate in Georgia’s sixth congressional district was rated “mostly false” on Wednesday.
The third-ranking House Democrat, who in 2016 was in charge of getting fellow Democrats elected, admitted in a recent interview that he was completely unaware of an ongoing House race.
A conservative group is attempting to trip up Democratic efforts to make gains in the House in 2018 by snatching up possible domain names for the party’s new “March into 18” project.
A watchdog group has accused the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee and several of its candidates of using illegal advertising practices this election cycle, asserting that the committee funneled extra money to its campaigns as an ad strategy.
Late-night host Samanatha Bee claimed in a new Time article about late-night political humorists that former Daily Show host Jon Stewart “worked really hard to try to be nonpartisan,” in spite of the show’s reported liberal leanings.
Guccifer 2.0 hacked the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee and leaked the documents directly to the Hill, revealing efforts by Democrats to affect House races in Pennsylvania.
The FBI is investigating the computer networks of reporters at U.S. news organizations, including the New York Times, that were breached by suspected Russian government hackers, CNN reported Tuesday.
The personal cell phone numbers of House Democrats were released on the internet on Friday, according to the Hill.
Congressional leaders were first notified a year ago that Russian hackers had infiltrated computer systems affiliated with the Democratic Party, Reuters reported Friday.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign computer networks were also hacked in cyber attacks on Democrats, according to Reuters.