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Tag Archives: Tom Steyer
Could Scott Brown Run for U.S. Senate in . . . California?
From our Late to the Revival Party desk It’s hard to believe that Downturn Scotty Brown (R-Girl Trouble) might ever run for higher office again, but then there’s this from yesterday’s New York Times First Draft: Boxer’s Retiring, and Ad Agencies … Continue reading
PAC-on-PAC Action in U.S. Senate Races!
It’s the Clash of the Titans (Political Fundraising Division) in swing-state U.S. Senate races these days. The latest thing is Super PACs attacking the opponent’s Super PAC in TV spots. Start with the Senate Majority PAC whacking Arkansas GOP Senate candidate Tom Cotton … Continue reading
Ask Dr. Ads: Seriously, Is Tom Steyer Crazy?
[Aditor’s note: As you might – or more likely might not – have noticed, Dr. Ads has been (in)conspicuous by his absence over the past several months. We’d rather not get into the details; let’s just say he’s been under … Continue reading
What Can Liberal Super PACs Undo for Brown?
Once and perhaps future Sen. Scott Brown (R-Elsewhere) is the target of a double-barrelled attack by Super PACs in the Granite State. First up: the Senate Majority PAC. From NH Journal: Reid’s Senate Majority PAC begins airing new TV ad … Continue reading
Markey/Lynch People’s Pledge: On The Ledge?
It’s starting to look like the People’s Pledge Ed Markey and Stephen Lynch authored – to bar third-party advertising campaigns from the Democratic primary for the Massachusetts U.S. Senate seat vacated by John Kerry – might be in danger of … Continue reading