American Crossroads announced Tuesday it is endorsing Debbie Wasserman Schultz in Florida's 23rd Congressional District Democratic primary.
Redstate.com points out that in the last week, two different polls have shown the same thing -- 20 percent of Americans would vote for a generic, unidentified “independent” or third party candidate over Trump and Clinton.
As billed, likely Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton took aim at the National Rifle Association and Donald Trump Saturday, telling a Fort Lauderdale audience that Trump's cavalier attitude toward guns will only turn a violent America into a chaotic and deadlier one.
Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus announced late Tuesday the RNC and Donald J. Trump for President campaign have entered into joint fundraising agreements. Agreements will allow Trump's campaign to raise funds the national party will use to elect Republicans at all levels this cycle, according to a written statement from Priebus.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz's Florida faithful might swear by her fair play toward Bernie Sanders, but the Democratic National Committee chair has shown her stripes and is driving a wedge between both factions of the Democratic Party, according to a leading Bernie supporter.
It was a tweet about tacos that unleashed backlash for Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump earlier this month.
As Vice President Joe Biden, who authored the Violence Against Women Act, promotes Patrick Murphy at a private fundraiser Thursday morning, troubling new revelations about a major Murphy donor convicted of domestic assault are making headlines. In a story this same morning under the headline, "GOP Wants Senate Dem Candidate to Donate $100K," the Hill reports:
Florida's First Lady Ann Scott kicked off her annual summer reading tour on Wednesday in Tallahassee.
Gov. Rick Scott will meet with Congressional leaders on Zika preparedness Wednesday, according to a press release from the governor's office.
Suddenly I remember why I disliked Ted Cruz so much. Now that he's blaming other folks for his failure to deliver ("Cruz campaign: "We could have stopped Trump if Rubio became running mate"), it all comes flooding back.