Democratic congressional candidate and millionaire Scott Wallace now repeatedly attacks money’s influence in politics despite the fact he donated large sums of money to former President Barak Obama’s campaign.
Pennsylvania congressional candidate Susan Wild touted her support on Twitter from a group that has previously advocated population control before ultimately deleting her tweet and calling the matter “a distraction.”
Scott Wallace, a Democratic candidate running in Pennsylvania’s 1st congressional district, has a suspended Pa. attorney’s license that reports him as being “out of state,” according to filings with the Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
A Democratic candidate running for Congress in a toss-up Pennsylvania district is a member of a deep-pocketed progressive millionaires group that wants to “fundamentally reset” America’s ideology and economy by 2026, according to documents obtained by the Washington Free Beacon at a secretive liberal donor conference last year.
A far-left candidate running for Congress in Pennsylvania has criticized a Supreme Court ruling that upheld laws meant to protect sexually abused children and opposed efforts to fund police and mandate minimum sentences for sexual harassment while serving as legislative director for a prominent criminal defense attorneys group.
Scott Wallace, a Democratic congressional candidate in Pennsylvania, donated millions of dollars to groups that advocated taxing families for “irresponsible breeding,” according to a report from Fox News.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) was spotted in the company of some less than savory characters while attending a fundraiser for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) in Philadelphia on Tuesday.
Congressional Democratic candidate Scott Wallace financed legal representation for several Guantanamo Bay detainees “just after 9/11,” according to an executive at the group Wallace supported.
Pennsylvania’s largest labor group threw its weight behind a moderate Republican congressman one year after its president warned that union officials may have grown too complacent with the Democratic Party.