Even though William Smith (D) spent no money and did no campaigning to win the Democratic nomination in Ohio's 2nd congressional district, the Cincinnati Enquirer found a group calling itself the "Victory Ohio Super PAC" apparently made "robo-calls" touting Smith as the "real Democrat" in the race.However, the FEC has no record of the group so "it's not
clear who was behind the calls, or who paid for them.
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's super political action committee has spent at least $660,000 for 12 days of TV ads blasting Democratic congressional candidate Debbie Halvorson's past support from the National Rifle Association, r... Read Post
Matt Miller, a radio host, Washington Post columnist, and former Clinton administration aide who's running to replace retiring California Democrat Rep. Henry Waxman, released a campaign ad on YouTube Saturday in which appears to boa... Read Post
The Cincinnati Enquirer profiles the winner of the Democratic nomination in Ohio's 2nd congressional district. "William R. Smith is the invisible candidate. No one has seen him; no one has heard him speak.. There is no evidence that... Read Post