Georgia Democrat Jon Ossoff—who has attacked Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R., Ky.) for fundraising closely following the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg—is doing the same thing.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) said "everything is on the table" including court-packing if Republicans fill Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Supreme Court seat, but it looks like his 2020 crop of candidates could thwart those efforts.
Georgia Democrat Jon Ossoff has said he opposes efforts to pack the Supreme Court, but his Republican opponent is asking him to go a step further to prove he would not give in to demands from party leadership if elected.
Georgia Democratic Senate hopeful Jon Ossoff walked back an earlier pledge to not accept corporate PAC donations in a new ad, saying he does not accept "corporate donations," which are already illegal.
Georgia Democratic Senate hopeful Jon Ossoff came out in support for Speaker Nancy Pelosi's (D., Calif.) $3 trillion HEROES Act, which is opposed by many in Pelosi's own caucus due to included tax changes that only benefit residents of high-tax states like New York and California.
Georgia Democratic Senate candidate Jon Ossoff said in a new fundraising email that Sen. David Perdue's (R., Ga.) acceptance of corporate PAC money "kills," even as Ossoff has taken thousands from leadership PACs funded by corporate money.
The wealthy father of Georgia Democratic Senate candidate Jon Ossoff, who has given thousands to his son's campaign, took a Paycheck Protection Program loan of as much as $1 million as Ossoff argued that the program favors the rich.