Sen. Ron Johnson’s (R., Wis.) campaign released a new advertisement on Tuesday likening his Democratic opponent Russ Feingold’s refusal to release email correspondence during his tenure at the State Department to Hillary Clinton’s email scandal.
Russ Feingold, the former Democratic senator from Wisconsin who is running again to regain the seat, is contradicting previous reports on when he first began discussing his campaign after being accused of potentially violating federal law by having conversations about the run while still at the State Department.
A campaign finance expert called into question Russ Feingold’s PAC over its “highly questionable spending,” referring to it as a “legalized slush fund.”
The State Department will not release documents pertaining to Democratic Senate candidate Russ Feingold’s time at the agency until after the November election, according to a report from Politico.
Wisconsin Democratic Senate candidate Russ Feingold has for months attempted to make college affordability a central issue in his race against Sen. Ron Johnson (R.) despite pocketing nearly half a million dollars in salaries and honorariums from higher education institutions after losing his Senate seat in 2010.
Russ Feingold, the former Democratic senator from Wisconsin trying to recapture the seat won by Sen. Ron Johnson in 2010, has pulled in an overwhelming majority of his contributions from outside of Wisconsin.
Russ Feingold, the former Democratic senator from Wisconsin who is attempting to regain the seat he lost in 2010, has now collected more than a half million dollars worth of bundled lobbyist contributions despite previously positioning himself on the front lines of campaign finance reform.
Russ Feingold, the former Democratic senator from Wisconsin who is running again in an attempt to win back his old seat, is positioning himself closer to dark money groups despite his previous disdain towards such entities.
Liberal billionaire George Soros and his family are providing a major financial boost to Russ Feingold’s Wisconsin Senate campaign and rank among his top donors, according to a review of Federal Election Commission records.
Vendors on the campaign payroll of Russ Feingold, the former Democratic senator from Wisconsin who is running again in an attempt to unseat Sen. Ron Johnson (R., Wis.), paid the political action committee launched by Feingold nearly $50,000 after the PAC had claimed it ceased its operations.