Billionaire Michael Bloomberg has thrown his weight behind Pennsylvania Republican Senate candidate Pat Toomey less than a week after he took the stage at the Democratic National Convention to boost Hillary Clinton.
PHILADELPHIA—Democratic Senate candidate Katie McGinty had an opportunity to boost her image during this week's Democratic National Convention in her hometown of Philadelphia but a major gaffe and a lackluster speech have critics questioning whether the Democrats chose the best candidate to win Pennsylvania's crucial Senate election.
Incumbent Republican Senate candidates hold big leads over their Democratic challengers in the crucial states of Florida, Ohio, and Pennsylvania, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Thursday morning.
A former Department of Energy official who directed millions of dollars in grants to NRG Energy while Democratic Senate hopeful Katie McGinty sat on the company’s board held a fundraiser for her campaign on Thursday night.
Katie McGinty's campaign told the Washington Free Beacon that the comment made by its campaign chairman Ed Rendell regarding the number of "ugly women" in the country was "completely off-base and inappropriate."