A fundraiser scheduled for Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D., Wisc.) with the attorney representing Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, who has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of committing sexual assault 36 years ago, has been canceled after media contacted the firm over the event.
The medical center where Kim Schrier, the Democratic candidate in Washington’s 8th congressional district, works as a doctor is continuing to come under fire for its practices.
A confidential memorandum sent to Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) in 2013 revealed that Scott Wallace, the wealthy Democratic candidate in Pennsylvania’s 1st Congressional district, is a partner in a secretive liberal club that was co-founded by billionaire George Soros.
Sen. Kamala Harris (D., Calif.), a likely presidential contender, has spent $2.3 million on digital advertisements this election cycle despite not being up for reelection until 2022, money that has primarily gone to a firm that helped boost Sen. Bernie Sanders’s dark horse campaign against Hillary Clinton in 2016.
Sen. Tammy Baldwin’s (D., Wis.) Republican challenger criticized the incumbent for ignoring abuses at a VA facility and for offering a severance package to a staffer fired over the incident that would have required her to remain quiet if she accepted.
Democratic congressional candidate Scott Wallace’s taxes suggest he was out of the country for more than two years while receiving tax credits in Maryland that require residency in the state for at least six months out of the year.
Sixty percent of Sen. Tammy Baldwin’s (D., Wis.) campaign contributions have come from individuals who live outside of Wisconsin, filings show.
Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D., Wisc.) attended a fundraiser at a K Street law firm that provides free services to the gun control lobby, according to an invite of the event obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
The medical practice of Kim Schrier, the Democratic candidate running in Washington’s competitive 8th congressional district, does not accept most poor children on Medicaid and Republicans are hitting the Democratic hopeful on the issue.
Scott Wallace, the Democratic candidate running in Pennsylvania’s 1st Congressional District, has hundreds of thousands of dollars invested in companies that produce opioids, including manufacturers that have been sued over the epidemic in the district he is seeking to represent, his financial disclosure forms show.