Clinton and Priorities USA, the Super PAC that supports her, have spent $360 million on all types of advertising since the beginning of the campaign. That total blows away the $147 million spent on advertising by Trump and his two affiliated Super PACs during the same period.
Carson, in an interview with CNN after he announced that he would be dropping out of the race, said “We had people who didn’t really seem to understand finances, or maybe they did—maybe they were doing it on purpose.”
Mitch McConnell has been called a lot of names in his time as Senate Minority Leader — “RINO,” “bully,” “Machiavellian genius,” and “turtle,” to name a few — and on Tuesday, his re-election campaign added a new entry to the list: Hero. That’s the central claim of McConnell’s new campaign ad, which celebrates the Republican […]
Iowa Senate candidate Joni Ernst (R) released her second ad of the campaign on Sunday, and it’s almost as ridiculous as her first. Ersnt, a Tea Party-backed state senator, earned national headlines in March when she cut an ad threatening to castrate congressmen who don’t agree to reduce spending. But in her new ad, Ernst […]