Back in 2006 when Claire McCaskill was in Josh Hawley’s shoes, challenging an incumbent senator, she said she couldn’t imagine being asked a question as a paid public servant and not having an answer.
The Missouri Democratic Party quietly launched its own “news” website this year to pump up Sen. Claire McCaskill (D., Mo.) and bash Republicans ahead of her reelection fight.
The nightmare scenario Sen. Claire McCaskill (D., Mo.) laid out last year when asked in private about whether Democrats should obstruct Neil Gorsuch’s Supreme Court confirmation is coming true with Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement.
A watchdog group on Thursday filed a complaint with the Senate Ethics Committee, requesting that it open an investigation into Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill (Mo.) for failing to disclose income earned from the private plane owned by her husband.
Missouri Democrat Claire McCaskill’s reelection campaign responded to a Wednesday report on her husband’s $1 million investment in a Cayman Islands hedge fund by pointing to her support nearly a decade ago for legislation targeting offshore tax havens, but congressional records show her name hasn’t been associated with the bill since her husband’s investment.
The San Francisco-based “resistance” group that mobilized earlier this month for Missouri senator Claire McCaskill (D.) has scheduled three more events to support her campaign.