Sen. Bill Nelson (D., Fla.) made waves Wednesday when he asserted Russians had compromised voting systems in his state, but elections officials said Thursday they haven’t seen any sign of interference.
The Senate Leadership Fund super PAC ripped Florida Sen. Bill Nelson (D.) as “no longer dealing from a full deck” on Wednesday in its latest attack on the 75-year-old lawmaker as out of touch and confused.
Sen. Bill Nelson (D., Fla.) has decried dark money in politics and castigated Republican candidates for benefitting from outside groups, but his reelection campaign has been bankrolled on TV almost entirely by outside groups.
Entering the final quarter of the midterm election cycle, Florida Democrat Bill Nelson’s reelection campaign was still not employing full-time staffers, it’s newest filing with the Federal Election Commission shows.
Florida’s Republican governor Rick Scott slammed Sen. Bill Nelson (D., Fla.) after a Washington Free Beacon report revealed the incumbent senator’s campaign had been avoiding expenses such as health insurance and payroll tax by using only contract labor. “He’s been a hypocrite,” said Scott, who is running to take Nelson’s seat in the Senate. “Here’s …
Democratic senator Bill Nelson (Fla.) has been avoiding common campaign expenses such as paying payroll tax and providing benefits such as health insurance by staffing his reelection effort solely through contractors, a rarely used and frowned-upon tactic.
Earlier this month, Florida senator Bill Nelson (D.) rallied a group of supporters in Pasco County by telling them it’s their county that will tell him whether he will win reelection.