Advanced Search

Topics
Media Types
States
Races
Candidates
Type

Posts by Brynna

Accountability | Maine

Collins Invites Extremist Maine State Legislator to State of the Union

By Brynna Quillin on February 5, 2019.

U.S. Sen. Susan Collins of Maine, who is widely regarded as one of the last remaining moderate Republicans, invited an extremist right-wing politician from her home state to the annual State of the Union address Tuesday night.

Accountability | Nevada

Nevada’s Republican Governor Laughs at Thought of Voting for Would-be Republican Successor Adam Laxalt

By Brynna Quillin on September 13, 2018.

Nevada's incumbent Republican governor laughed at the thought of voting for his Republican successor in the race to replace him.

Accountability | California

Woof: Rohrabacher Launches Into Bizarre Comments About Chinese People Eating Dogs When Asked About Chinese New Year

By Brynna Quillin on September 12, 2018.

Rep. Dana Rohrabacher had an odd message for the Chinese people when asked about Chinese New Year: It’s OK that you eat dogs.

Accountability | Pennsylvania

After Employee Died on the Job, Scott Wagner’s Company Was Fined for Workplace Safety Violations

By Brynna Quillin on August 30, 2018.

Pennsylvania state Sen. Scott Wagner’s company was fined for workplace safety violations last year after an employee died on the job, according to previously undisclosed records obtained by American Ledger.

Accountability | Nevada

Heller’s Campaign Hasn’t Had Legally Required State License for 5 Years

By Brynna Quillin on August 28, 2018.

Sen. Dean Heller’s reelection campaign has been operating without a legally required state license since 2013, leading to mounting fines and raising questions about whether his campaign is authorized to exist in Nevada.