Carly Fiorina has made clear she is anti-choice, and takes positions that would outlaw contraception as well as put women’s lives in immediate danger. Now she is lying about Boxer’s position.
Government by empty talking point. It’s a scene right out of Orwell’s 1984. Christine O’Donnell, who is actually running for Senate and espouses a “strict constructionist view” of the Constitution, does not appear to know the first thing about on what basis that construction stands. It’s hard to know what to say. Ya gotta watch the video.
A conservative advocate and political consultant with ties to Dick Armey, George Bush, and big business has produced a television ad that encourages Latinos in Nevada not to vote.
Republican candidate for Tennessee governor, Bill Haslam, says he’d oppose state funding of family planning services for his state’s lower-income residents because Planned Parenthood is a contractor, but in truth because he opposes the whole idea of providing state-funded family planning at all.
Does having more women in politics change the tone of politics? Two female gubernatorial candidates in a conservative state give it a try.
Despite being embroiled in a lawsuit in Ohio for false advertising, the anti-choice Susan B. Anthony List continues using the false charge of “taxpayer-funded abortion” to attempt to sway millions of voters.
As Carnahan gains on Blunt in Missouri, some analysts give her increasingly positive odds in the race for Senate, while others point to the fact that out-of-state Republican groups, including one run by Karl Rove, will spend well over $1 million to support Blunt in the last two weeks of the race.
According to reports this evening, Joe Miller’s private security firm–the one whose guards “arrested” a reporter–is a Survivalist/Security/Tactical Assault/Tea Party/Military Surplus type store in Anchorage.
The Wisconsin governor’s race could drastically effect all of the positive changes that have been made to address teen pregnancy, STIs, and general reproductive healthcare.
Rand Paul, a candidate for the U.S. Senate from Kentucky, argues his state has made Medicaid coverage of labor and delivery “too easy.” In reality paying for a pregnancy can be anything but easy.