Republican Josh Hawley was declared the winner over Democratic incumbent Claire McCaskill in one of the most closely watched senate races of the cycle.
CHESTERFIELD, Mo.—Claire McCaskill wants voters to know she had nothing to do with the gauntlet her Senate colleagues put Brett Kavanaugh through. She voted against his confirmation, she says, but only because of his views on dark money in politics. The senator insists she decided to oppose Kavanaugh before she even knew of the sexual assault allegations against him. She’s “not one of those crazy Democrats.”
Two dark money mailers sent to thousands of voters without any disclosure of who paid for it, a likely illegal act, were sent by the same St. Louis printing company, which has been used by many Democratic campaigns in the state this cycle.
Democratic senator Claire McCaskill, who is engaged in a fierce re-election battle in her home state of Missouri, is touting herself as a champion of men and women in uniform, despite her congressional record.
Sen. Claire McCaskill’s (D., Mo.) husband, Joseph Shepard, invested in properties designed for military veterans that then tried to evict homeless veterans over unpaid rent as low as $233.
One of Sen. Claire McCaskill’s (D., Mo.) final ads of the 2018 campaign sets her apart from “those crazy Democrats” in her party.
Democratic senator Claire McCaskill kicked off a “Fighting for You” tour across Missouri on Monday. Her Republican opponent Josh Hawley says the slogan was lifted from Hillary Clinton’s failed 2016 presidential campaign. The Clinton campaign failed to truly embrace a slogan, but “Fighting for You” was one of the first it ever trotted out, using …