Minnesota congressional hopeful Dean Phillips chaired a health care company’s board that was criticized for ignoring pervasive sexual harassment and racist comments.
Tennessee Democrat Phil Bredesen is out with a new ad defending his handling of sexual harassment claims as governor with testimonials from women who worked with him, but Republicans immediately targeted it as part of a “cover-up” attempt.
New Yorker reporter Jane Mayer suggested in a new interview that she and Ronan Farrow reported on Deborah Ramirez’s uncorroborated accusation of misconduct by Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh out of eagerness to show a “pattern” of such behavior.
Several California Democrats running for Congress have lambasted Republicans for their handling of a 36-year-old sexual assault allegation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh this week while remaining silent about #MeToo charges women have leveled against three Democrats.
A decision by Illinois Democrat Brendan Kelly as state’s attorney to allow a 51-year-old man charged with criminal sexual abuse of two 14-year-old girls to walk free with just probation is spotlighted in the latest attack ad against him.
Senator Maggie Hassan accused Republicans of marginalizing victims of sexual assault, despite naming to her campaign committee a teacher who admitted to sexual misconduct with a student.