Five news stories from yesterday that you may not have seen.
The June Fundraising Numbers Are In And…
I’ve got some good news for you. The reason why I like fundraising numbers better than polls, is that when people put their money where their mouth is, they are definitely going to vote. Any time a voter takes a… Read More ›
Biden and Obama Team Up For a Virtual Event for Supporters
Here’s a great chance for each of us to help make sure former Vice President Joe Biden beats Trump this November AND see President Obama in action again. Last night, Biden’s campaign announced a special event where he and President… Read More ›
Republicans Concede That the NRA is Weak
The news of the turmoil at the NRA has been met with excitement by left-leaning voters. Why? Well, one of the reasons is that the NRA is a powerful force for Republicans in elections, and their chaos might be our… Read More ›
Handy List of 2020 Candidate Donation Pages
Donations are the lifeblood of a campaign — it makes everything possible. Many of our candidates are relying solely on donations from voters like you and me. Please consider giving support to your favorite candidates to give them the help… Read More ›
The Johnson Amendment is What Stops the Republicans from Using Churches as ATMs
Guess what the Republicans are trying to get rid of next? The Johnson Amendment. The Johnson Amendment is part of the tax code that disallows public charities, including churches, from formally endorsing a political candidate or supporting/opposing candidates with political… Read More ›
It’s becoming clear who is fueling Midterms donations.
Several reports came out this weekend that show how starkly different the Republicans and Democrats are faring with campaign fundraising. There have been many reports already this year about how many Democratic candidates are seeing huge numbers of small donors… Read More ›
Take 3 minutes today to help your candidate look good. It has to be today.
How do you feel when fundraising numbers come out and your candidate outraises their GOP opponent? I feel pretty good. It tells me that my candidate has a lot of support from a lot of voters, and by extension, the… Read More ›
Midterms 2018: Good Fundraising News
Excited citizens donate to candidates, which is why fundraising headlines make news. They are one of the indicators as to whether or not things are going well in a campaign. Fundraising reports for the second quarter (2Q) of the year… Read More ›
Political Fundraising Headlines are Totally Misleading
There are a lot of headlines out there about political fundraising, and none of them really give a clear picture of what’s going on. Fundraising is critically important to campaigns–maybe someday it won’t be, but for now it is–so let’s… Read More ›
Are There Any Safe GOP Seats in 2018?
There is a lot of time between now and the November 2018 midterm elections. That said, I read an interesting article that is making me wonder what a safe seat looks like, at least in Congress, in 2018. In Politico’s… Read More ›
Midterm Election News Roundup
There was quite a lot of midterm election related news these last few days. Here’s a recap of some of the bigger stories plus a note about what it all means. Democrats expand the midterm battlefield: To take control of… Read More ›