Montana Senate candidate Matt Rosendale made roughly $500,000 from the sale of his Maryland home he claimed on his federal taxes was sold at a loss, according to records reviewed by the American Ledger.
In 2016, DeWine was publicly accused by police chiefs of ignoring their concerns about a prescription-drug operation — a complaint that forced an investigation, resulted in a conviction and raised questions about DeWine’s relationship with law enforcement.
The new executive director of a conservative PAC supporting Martha McSally and Rick Scott has a long record of tweets degrading women.
Speaking at a men’s-only event earlier this year, Michigan Republican John James questioned women's capacity for leadership, alleging that “women want men who have been tested” and that men had a “charge to lead.”
Three years ago, on the 14th anniversary of 9/11, Rep. Scott Taylor was on a flight from Boston to Washington when he when he posted a selfie on Instagram suggesting he would be able to stop a terrorist attempting to hijack the plane.
A Trump administration appointee who recently resigned in the wake of a report outlining his ties to white supremacists is a campaign donor to Rep. David Brat, R-Va., according to campaign records reviewed by the American Ledger.