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.
Russ Feingold, the former Democratic senator from Wisconsin who is running to regain his old seat, has now taken close to $400,000 in bundled lobbyist contributions despite previously spending 18 years in Washington, D.C., railing against such interests.
Sen. Ron Johnson (R., Wis.) has picked up the endorsement of the nation’s leading small business association, his campaign announced Friday.
The controversial J Street PAC has become one of the most generous contributors throughout Russ Feingold’s political career.
Russ Feingold, the former Democratic senator from Wisconsin, has attacked his opponent, Sen. Ron Johnson, in the Wisconsin Senate race for not making a decision on the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal despite Feingold basing his decision on a summary that was posted online well before the deal was made public.
Russ Feingold, the former Democratic senator from Wisconsin who is running yet again in an attempt to win back his old Senate seat, is collecting nearly 70 percent of his campaign contributions from individuals who live outside of Wisconsin after shattering his long-held pledge to accept most of his political donations from Wisconsinites.
Russ Feingold, the former Wisconsin Democratic senator who is attempting to regain the seat he lost to Sen. Ron Johnson in 2010, received the endorsement of President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden on Thursday.
Wisconsin Democratic Senate candidate Russ Feingold, who previously fought for stricter lobbyist disclosure rules, has now accepted more than $260,000 in bundled lobbyist contributions for the 2016 election cycle, according to campaign finance filings.
Wisconsin Democratic Senate candidate Russ Feingold appeared at Marquette Law School recently and said that as talks of the Affordable Care Act were underway, he and Bernie Sanders were holding off for an even stronger bill that contained a single-payer health care option before catching himself and quickly shifting his answer to “public option.”