The Washington Post fact checker on Wednesday gave Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin (Wis.) “three Pinocchios” for claiming in a recent campaign ad that a hedge fund in New York was responsible for shutting down a Wisconsin factory and making the town it was in go “bankrupt.”
Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D., Wis.) has accepted more than $120,000 in bundled lobbyist contributions this election cycle despite wanting to amend the Constitution to limit the influence of special interests, filings show.
Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D., Wis.) has not pledged to deny contributions from the political action committees of corporations, trade associations, law firms, LLCs, and LLPs despite being endorsed by the End Citizens United PAC, which is pushing for Democratic politicians to not accept contributions from the sectors.
Sen. Claire McCaskill’s net approval rating dipped by nearly 10 points in the past year, making her the least popular Democrat running for reelection in a state carried by Republicans in 2016, according to new polling data from Morning Consult.
A majority of the campaign contributions to Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin’s reelection campaign are coming from outside of Wisconsin, according to filings.
Democrats are quietly fretting over Sen. Tammy Baldwin’s Wisconsin senate seat, which could become a top priority for both political parties leading up to the 2018 elections, according to a report.
Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin’s (Wisc.) D.C. congressional office was the only office visited by the Tomah VA whistleblower that would not sit down and speak with him, he told the Washington Free Beacon.