Just a few months after Democratic congresswoman Jacky Rosen (Nev.) introduced legislation taking aim at her colleagues for using taxpayer money to aid reelection campaigns, Rosen used video from what she now admits was a taxpayer funded trip to the border in a campaign ad courting Hispanic voters.
New Jersey Democrat Tom Malinowski is defending himself from a new ad from a Republican Super PAC hitting him for work “lobbying for terrorists’ rights,” arguing that his lobbying work was in support of an anti-torture bill supported by Republicans such as Sen. John McCain (Ariz.) and Rep. Paul Ryan (Wis.).
Michigan Democrat Rashida Tlaib’s J Street endorsement is being reconsidered due to several policy shifts on Israel since she won her primary.
Indiana Sen. Joe Donnelly (D.), on the airwaves this week boasting of his support for funding a border wall with Mexico, received a helping hand from his New Jersey colleague Cory Booker, who was caught earlier this month calling for the elimination of all walls.
Democratic representative Keith Ellison (Minn.), now ensnared by a domestic abuse scandal of his own, was one of the only Democrats who didn’t return contributions from a Saudi Arabia-tied political donor after he was convicted of violently assaulting his wife.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) is asking his supporters to help defeat the Russians by helping his Missouri colleague Claire McCaskill (D., Mo.) win reelection.
Leah Vukmir came out victorious Tuesday night from one of the more hotly contested Republican primaries of the year in Wisconsin, and now plans to unseat incumbent Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D.) by focusing on her support for Medicare for All, according to a campaign memo released Wednesday morning.
For about a month, the Missouri Democratic Party was willing to accept voters with “differing positions on issues of personal conscience.” But over the weekend, party leadership decided to rescind the olive branch it extended to pro-life Democrats earlier this summer.
With Sen. Joe Donnelly (D., Ind.) scheduled to meet with Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh this week, his Republican challenger Mike Braun is challenging him to break with party leadership and get behind President Trump’s nominee.