The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee emailed its supporters this morning, asking for donations to help fight back against Donald Trump.
The email — which came with the obligatory “You’re fired” subject line — opens with a question about why Trump has been so focused on the president’s birthplace.
“It’s simple,” explains Robby Mook, the DCCC Read More
“I’ve got some wonderful news!” Senator Kirsten Gillibrand wrote in an email to supporters this afternoon, explaining that the Senate had just voted 65 to 31 to repeal Don’t Ask Don’t Tell.
The email landed in inboxes just a few minutes after the approval vote, which had been widely expected after the measure cleared the Read More
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is trying to help out two of her former colleagues in the House.
Gillibrand sent an email to supporters this morning, asking them to contribute to the recount efforts of endangered congressmen Dan Maffei and Tim Bishop.
“Dan and Tim have both taken courageous stands to get health care to people who Read More
The Working Families Party is out with an email today claiming that the party received 138,615 votes in unofficial election returns, 2,000 more the Independence Party and the WFP’s largest share of a vote total in their history.
If the numbers hold–and the machines need to re-canvassed and paper ballots counted–it would be quite an Read More
One day before Democratic voters head to the polls, Senator Chuck Schumer is e-mailing his support for Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney.
In a fundraising pitch for volunteers being sent out by the Maloney campaign, Schumer calls the congresswoman “a strong and effective ally” and “a smart, forward-thinking and effective legislator.”
Schumer had previously discouraged Maloney from Read More
Along with the letters he’s mailing certain issue voters, Carl Paladino is also sending a couple of more traditional glossy mailers.
One of the mailers emphasizes his affinity for Ronald Reagan with a photo of the former president and the declaration that Paladino is a “Reagan Republican.” (His letters include an older photo of Read More
Carl Paladino’s ground offensive–part of a multi-million dollar ad “blitzkrieg“–is officially underway.
A source from Paladino’s camp forwarded a series of letters and glossy flats being sent to Republican primary voters.
One of the more interesting parts of the campaign is that Paladino is sending a lot of letters–in envelopes with a generic Read More
Here’s the latest piece of mail in the 33rd Senate District–this one courtesy of 32BJ.
The mailer–directed at prime Democratic voters–doesn’t even mention Pedro Espada Jr., focusing instead on the qualifications of challenger Gustavo Rivera. (As you can see, it makes a big deal out of the praise from former Bronx Borough President Fernando Ferrer.) Read More
The New Roosevelt Initiative is out with its latest piece of mail–this one going negative on Pedro Espada Jr. as a “Bad Apple.”
NRI opened a field office in the Bronx this week, and promised several new pieces of mail when I inquired about their plans for the race on Monday. A spokesman Read More
Senator Chuck Schumer isn’t giving up on the DISCLOSE Act, even though it failed in the Senate last month.
In an e-mail, with the subject “New life for the DISCLOSE Act,” Schumer encouraged his list to pressure their own senators into supporting the bill, which would impose new campaign finance disclosure requirements, in the wake Read More