Statements about Campaign Finance
Says Michelle Nunn has acknowledged allowing a convicted felon to hold a fundraiser for her.
Saturday Night Live executive producer "Lorne Michaels could be put in jail under this amendment for making fun of any politician."
"Big Oil gave Scott Brown $454,260."
"Scott Walker gave Wisconsin job creation money to his cronies: corporate friends who contributed to his campaigns" and got $570 million in job-development incentives
Says Rick Scott has "teamed up with a felon convicted of running a Ponzi scheme to smear Charlie Crist."
Rick Scott took $200,000 from a family that leased land for drilling "and now he is trying to hide from it."
Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein "gave hundreds of thousands of campaign cash to control Crist’s appointments of key state judges."
Says Ted Cruz "was just bribed by the Kochs to introduce a bill that would give them and their allies America’s national forests, parks, and other public lands and open them for mining, drilling, fracking and logging."
Austin mayoral candidate "Mike Martinez takes corporate money."
Says U.S. Rep. Ann McLane Kuster used $293,000 of taxpayer money to send campaign mail.
"The fundraising numbers are in, and our grassroots support is unmatched!"
Republican candidate for governor Ken Block was "fined and had to admit that (he) funneled money illegally to the Moderate Party."
Republican candidate for governor Allan Fung "donated to Democrats like Congressman David Cicilline, disgraced (House) speaker Gordon Fox and even Mr. Obamacare, Harry Reid."
When asked by a reporter whether he’s at the center of a "criminal scheme" to violate campaign laws, Gov. Scott Walker nodded yes.
"Candidates for governor routinely disclose" their spouses’ tax returns.
"I don't own a single stock or bond … I have no savings accounts."
Says the secret John Doe criminal investigation of his campaign has been "resolved" and two judges have said it is "over."
Under Wisconsin law, "anyone who knows anything about a John Doe" secret criminal investigation "can't talk about it."
"Cantor's campaign spent more at steakhouses than Brat spent on his entire campaign."
Says Mark Begich "has taken campaign cash from the Kochs" while Dan Sullivan hasn’t.
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