Burlington County Times: Donald Norcross: Protecting the American people, and growing New Jersey’s economy

October 19, 2018

By: Donald Norcross/Democrat Party As a father and grandfather, I’m focused on securing a better future for the next generation of Americans. I hope to earn your support to grow South Jersey’s economy by fighting for good jobs and higher wages, affordable educational opportunities, health care and retirement security, a strong nation and safe neighborhoods. […]

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NJ Spotlight: WHERE DO MACARTHUR, KIM STAND ON ISSUES THAT MATTER TO VOTERS IN 3RD DISTRICT?

October 19, 2018

By: Carly Sitrin NJ Spotlight readers in 3rd Congressional District list their priorities. The big items: campaign finance, healthcare, taxation When it comes to policy issues, the two major candidates vying for Congress in New Jersey’s 3rd district could not be more different. Republican incumbent Tom MacArthur has aligned himself closely with President Donald Trump […]

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The Hill: Small-dollar donations explode in the Trump era

October 19, 2018

By: Max Greenwood An explosion of small-dollar donations has become an increasingly powerful force in campaign politics, reflecting the sharp partisan divide under President Trump. On the Democratic side, liberal fury with Trump and the Republican-controlled Congress has been reflected in the form of millions of low-dollar donations to Democratic candidates in House and Senate races. […]

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KPBS: Democrats Fighting For Congress Refuse Corporate Donors

October 17, 2018

By: Jill Castellano In San Diego’s most competitive races for Congress, the Democratic candidates are avoiding donations from corporations while outraising their Republican challengers. Democrats Ammar Campa-Najjar and Mike Levin are running in two of America’s most contested House races this November in districts that include parts of San Diego County. Both Democrats have refused […]

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CNN: Democrats still dominating the midterm airwaves

October 17, 2018

By: Aaron Kessler […] Where each party most active In terms of where each party and the super PACs supporting them were most prolific on the air during the newly released October week, Democrats by far most heavily targeted New Mexico’s 2nd District, which CNN rates as “Lean Republican,” and where their candidate Xochitl Torres […]

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Wyandotte Daily: 3rd District candidate calls for reform of campaign finance system

October 15, 2018

By: Mary Rupert Democratic congressional candidate Sharice Davids called for reform of the nation’s campaign finance system at a forum held Saturday. She said special-interest campaign funding – millions of corporate dollars flowing into campaigns – should be limited. There were some populist themes throughout the meeting. […] Davids joined in the panel discussion Saturday […]

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The Intercept: NEARLY EVERY MEMBER OF THE CONGRESSIONAL PROGRESSIVE CAUCUS STILL TAKES CORPORATE PAC MONEY

October 14, 2018

By: Rachel M. Cohen, Ryan Grim In April, the Congressional Progressive Caucus announced that it was going to be drawing a line: Its political action committee would no longer accept corporate campaign donations. “If we are going to end the influence of corporations and special interests in government, we have to start by not relying on their […]

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McClatchy DC Bureau: Sharice Davids wants to curb money in politics while she’s raising big dollars

October 12, 2018

By: Bryan Lowry WASHINGTON- Democrat Sharice Davids is hosting a panel Saturday about curbing the influence of special interest dollars in politics. She’s leading a letter-writing campaign involving 100 House Democratic candidates calling for Congress to address the “corrosive role money and special interests have played in shaking the American people’s faith in the system.” But […]

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