The Nevada Democratic Senate candidate accused of steering government funds toward her husband’s dialysis practice has resorted to misleading advertisements to spin information about a newly launched ethics probe.
The congressional ethics investigation into Rep. Shelley Berkley (D., Nev.) will likely cause problems for her throughout her current U.S. Senate campaign, according to the Las Vegas Sun
The House Ethics Committee will decide Monday whether to launch a full investigation into alleged ethics violations by Rep. Shelley Berkley (D., Nev.), who is accused of advocating for a matter in which she had a personal financial interest.
Democratic Nevada congresswoman and U.S. Senate candidate Shelley Berkley voted against a job-creating land privatization bill that she herself co-sponsored, the latest in a string of examples of Berkley’s placing national Democratic Party interests ahead of her state’s.
Democratic Nevada congresswoman Shelley Berkley, an opponent to Sen. Dean Heller in the Nevada U.S. Senate race this year, is running a controversial campaign ad in Spanish.