The PAC is announcing more endorsements this month, including candidates at the state level, such as Rasheen Aldrige, an incumbent state lawmaker in Missouri who is running in an uncontested Democratic primary in August, and Sybrina Fulton, who is running in Miami-Dade 1st District for County Commissioner against Miami Gardens Mayor Oliver Gilbert, the Miami Herald reports. Fulton's son, Trayvon Martin, was fatally shot by a neighborhood watch captain in Sanford, Florida, in 2012. … [Read more...] about New PAC aims to elect candidates who will focus on policy to end daily gun violence
The main pro-Biden super PAC – Priorities USA – along with Unite the Country and American Bridge, carried the load on TV during the three months Biden refrained from television advertising. The announcement of the first major general election ad blitz comes just days after the Biden campaign and the Democratic National Committee combined raised a whopping $81 million in May. … [Read more...] about Biden campaign launches first general election ad blitz
Republican Sens. Richard Burr of North Carolina, chairman of the Select Committee on Intelligence, and Chuck Grassley of Iowa, head of the Judiciary Committee, asked Comey to testify before their panels. Grassley also asked the FBI and White House for records “memorializing interactions with Mr. Comey relating to the FBI’s investigation” of both the Russian election interference and Clinton’s use of a private email server while secretary of state. … [Read more...] about Some Republicans start to edge away from Trump
But following the attacks law enforcement have come under following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody – and as many Democrats are pressuring their presumptive presidential nominee, Joe Biden, to embrace a more progressive agenda – Trump is hoping to secure the support of police unions nationwide as he looks to make up ground he’s lost in the polls to his Democratic rival. … [Read more...] about Trump hoping to get backing of police unions as law enforcement concerns mount over Biden
Others will wonder how he can work for Fox at a time when its workplace has been roiled by accusations of sexual harassment. O’Reilly was fired after an April New York Times report that he or the company had paid $13 million to settle five cases alleging sexual or other forms of harassment. (O’Reilly denied the accusations.) Less than a year before, Ailes left the company after several women alleged forms of harassment against him, which he denied. … [Read more...] about Could this San Francisco tech CEO’s show pull Fox to the middle?