ICYMI: Tammy Baldwin Paid Clinton Lawyer $90K For Crisis Control After VA Scandal
Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D., Wis.) paid Hillary Clinton's campaign lawyer $90,000 for crisis control following a Veteran Affairs facility scandal that engulfed the senator and her staff.
ICYMI: Scott Walker, Brad Schimel call on Tammy Baldwin to support Supreme Court nominee
Baldwin said earlier this month she would not provide one of the 60 votes needed for Judge Neil Gorsuch to overcome a Democratic filibuster in the Senate.
ICYMI: Tammy Baldwin Leaves VA Investigative Oversight Committee
After all the photo-ops and press releases during her very public tenure on the committee charged with investigating alleged abuses at the Department of Veterans Affairs, U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin has quietly stepped aside.
ICYMI: Tammy Baldwin Flip Flops on Supreme Court
Baldwin said during the Garland process the Senate should give him "fair consideration," and she pledged the same thing to Gorsuch in a statement issued the day of his nomination.
Two days later she announced plans to vote against Gorsuch, before meeting with him or participating in any hearing...
Reform America Fund Releases New Ad Campaign
Following another week of Hillary Clinton misleading the American people, Reform America Fund has launched a new ad campaign in Wisconsin titled “C is for Clinton.” The seven-figure ad campaign will reach voters on statewide television, radio and digital platforms.
Senator Russ Feingold Voted to Spend Billions On Foreign Companies
Today Reform America Fund launched a new ad campaign that highlights Russ Feingold’s vote for President Obama’s stimulus bill, which sent more than $2 billion to foreign companies based in places like China. The ad will reach voters on television, radio and digital platforms.
Reform America Fund Launches New Ad Targeting Russ Feingold for Supporting Iran Nuclear Deal
Reform America Fund launched a new television and radio ad campaign today targeting Senator Russ Feingold’s support for President Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran. The ad sequence begins with children counting down from ten in different languages. A mushroom cloud appears once the count reaches one.