Former GOP rip to Jacobs for the first time. Chris Collins was chosen to replace the soon-to-be-elected 27th District in the 2020 special election when the latter resigned in 2019 before being convicted of insider trading. Just two weeks ago, there was little reason to think that Jacobs would have a hard time getting a GOP nomination in the new 23rd District as the June 10 filing deadline is fast approaching, but his guns The remarks provoked a strong reaction from local Republicans and conservative activists who quickly made it clear that they would support a primary challenge.
Prior to his comments on guns, Jacobs already had a major potential weakness if a major primary challenge arose: he represents only 36% of his new district after redistribution, and much of the remaining 64%. Sara is a rural area outside of her suburban Buffalo base. Where gun safety laws are vehemently opposed by Republican voters.
Before Jacobs left it on Thursday, one such primary challenge actually arose when Tompkins County MLA Mike Siegler announced he would run in the 23rd District again. Siegler was running in the 22nd District until a redistribution court order broke the lines and relocated Tompkins County, a heavily blue constituency, to the neighboring 19th District, which is much safer than the Red 23rd District. Is competitive. Although Siegler does not live in the improved 23rd, he says he already travels to work in the district in Tuga County and will move there if he wins.
Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. . Siegler, meanwhile, said he was looking to see what Langworthy does and could reconsider his decision if the party wins the presidency, while Republican Sen. George Borrelo said Jacobs didn’t refuse to run until shortly before he pulled the plug.
3 AZ-Sen: Businessman Jim Lemon has exposed a gruesome ad ahead of the Blackmasters who attacked the August GOP primary, the former chief operating officer of Thiel Capital, who won Trump’s support on Thursday. Called an adversary for the various writings of her college days dating.
Refers to trade points where the Masters once called World War II “unjust,” citing a conspiracy theorist who wears a century-old anti-Semitic hat that Zionist Jews are promoting a “new world order.” An article was shared on Facebook comparing Israel to North Korea. , Praised Unabomber, and quoted a “strong quote” from Nazi leader Hermann Goering. The ad did not mention new reporting on how the Masters had recently agreed with a podcast host in a May 25 appearance that the campaign’s financial disclosure law, like “CrystalNachat”, was a notorious Nazi genocide that set the stage for the Holocaust. Had decided
Meanwhile, a super PAC, a far-right tech billionaire backed by Peter Thiel, a major beneficiary of the Masters, has raised 13.5 million to support the Masters. Has launched its own ad The anti-Lemon attack on him … for the crime of doing business in China feeds the same anti-Asian-American sentiment that has contributed to the rise of hate crimes under Trump.
3 NC-SenSeveral TV stations in North Carolina have removed an NRSC attack ad over false claims about Democratic nominee Cherry Basley during her tenure as Chief Justice of the state’s Supreme Court. The place of the question refers to a “child porn criminal” and says that Beasley “voted for her release.” But Beasley did not. Instead, she joined the majority vote in 2019, which upheld the lower court’s decision that police had illegally discovered a USB drive belonging to the defendant, James Terrell. According to CBS, Terrell was not released as a result of the verdict and was actually in jail until the end of last year.
This is the second NRSC ad to shut down Airways for lies in the past two weeks: Recently, New Hampshire stations stopped broadcasting a site that falsely claimed that Sen. Maggie Hassan had been governor. Gas prices were raised. Such ads are vulnerable to dismissal demands because TV and radio stations can be held responsible for defamatory content when it comes to third parties, so outside groups generally try to be very careful in their claims. Do
This time, however, the committee reacted angrily to the threat as its delay led to another unknown mistake. A spokesman said: “This bizarre statement from a TV station that has yet to obtain or question our validity for our claim will be noted by our media buyers as they make future decisions regarding ad purchases.” A spokesman said. The danger is as lukewarm as it can be, however: if the NRSC stops purchasing future advertisements at stations that it dislikes, it will limit the number of voters it can reach.
3 NV-Sen, NV-Gov: A new poll from the University of Nevada shows Renault defeating the Democrats by a wide margin in state marquee competitions, but these differences are likely due to the identification of incumbents rather than their potential challenges.
In her bid for a second term, Sen. Catherine Cortez is ahead of former state attorney general Adam Lexault 48-27 and businessman Sam Brown 47-24, but only 41% of GOP primary voters say they are “too” or “too”. Too many “know. The same is said with Laxalt and only about 20% Brown. Meanwhile, Gov. Steve Sisolak leads Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo 43-31, former Sen. Dean Heller 44-21 and former professional boxer Joe Gilbert 43-17. Again, there is relatively little recognition among Republican voters, with 48% saying they know too much or too little about Lombardo and everyone below.
The UNR also asked about GOP primaries in both races, but it did not appear that respondents were allowed to say they were decisive. That’s the decent thing to do, and it should end there. For this reason, we do not report polls created this way.
3 PA-Sen: Wealthy former hedge fund manager Dave McCormick has finally accepted TV personality Mehmet Oz for the May 17 GOP primary, which will now face Democratic Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman this fall. With the ongoing primary recount due to end on June 8, Oz led McCormick by a margin of just 1,000 votes out of more than 1.3 million as of Friday.
Speaking of Faterman, the NRSC’s first ad attacking Democrats since his victory in last month’s primary is a predictable one. Spot, which allegedly backed the 1.5 million purchase, claims that Fitterman “supported the Socialists,” “supported the government’s healthcare takeover,” and “parts of the Green New Deal.” You have to spend Rs 50,000 a year. ” (This cites a recent study by a right-wing think-tank and, of course, reported by Fox News.) And then pulling out a bunch of stupid signs out of his back, including one that literally reads “Government Health Care” and is deliberately embellished with Cadusius.
3 WA-SEN: The Northwest Progressive Institute, which regularly appoints Democratic Polster Public Policy Polling to test Washington’s Senate race, has once again slammed Democratic Sen. Patty Murray for his anti-Republican, anti-Semitic rhetoric. Led by Murray has a 51-40 advantage over Smiley, which is equal to his 50-41 lead in February and according to previous PPP race elections.
3 WI-Gov: Donald Trump has backed wealthy businessman Tim Mitchell, who entered the GOP primary too late for governor but is spending heavily on self-promotion. Michelle’s main opponent to the Republican consensus, former Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Cliffish, responded by saying, “If there’s one thing I know about President Trump, it’s that he likes the winners, and I’m the only person in the race. Yes, he has won. Statewide ਨਹੀਂ not once, but four times. ” Er, okay, except he doesn’t like you?
3 FL-04Republican State Senate President Pro Tempore Aaron Bean has confirmed that he is running in this red-leaning open seat. Bean joins the August 1 primary, which includes state representatives Jason Fisher and Navy veteran Eric Aguilar.
3 HI-02Emily’s list supports former Sen. Jill Tokuda in the Democratic primary for Hawaii’s Open 2 congressional district.
3 NH-02Former Hillsborough County Treasurer Robert Burns has announced that he is running in the September GOP primary, which includes Kein Mayor George Hansel. Hansel, who recently joined the race with the support of Gov. Chris Snow, calls himself a favorite and is positioning himself as a relative moderate, including the Democratic rip. In the race against Anne Cooster, a reversal has been set with the hardcore conservative Burns. The blue-tilted seat this fall.
3 NV-02: Congressional Leadership Fund, the main super PAC of House GOP leadership, Allegedly spending 220,000 Rip. To help Mark Amodei with the eternal candidate Danny Tarkanian before the primary fight on June 14. In fact, the CLF’s advertising begins with the slagging of Tarkanian, who surprisingly managed to win the seat of Douglas County Commissioner in 2020, a six-time loser who never finished his public office. The expedition traveled from Las Vegas to northern Nevada. . It also harassed him on immigration, claiming that Tark had “attacked President Trump’s strong immigration policies.”
Earlier, there was little indication that Amodi was particularly weak, although nowadays, any Republican who has even the slightest glimpse of the founder-y-ness about him is at risk from another MAGA-based opponent. . However, the With Honor Fund, which supports military veterans of both parties, recently ran for about $ 250,000 to promote Amodei (who served in the Army JAG Corps), while the previously unknown United States First Voices cut ਮੇ 70,000 for the last time mailers attacked officials. Month CLF may be running it safely, or it may be seeing the real sign that Amodi is in trouble.
3 SD-AL: Republican Republican Rep. Dusty Johnson State Rep. Taffy doesn’t seem to be taking any chances in his fight against Howard and is running a pair of commercials shortly before the June 7 primary. The first ad shows Johnson how he helped pass several bills during his tenure and criticized Howard for failing to pass any of his bills in the state legislature. The second ad condemns the unwarranted attacks on Johnson and exposes how he opposed many of the “Biden Agenda” policies.
3 D.C.C.C.The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has made its first batch of Fall TV ad reservations featuring $ 21.5 million in bookings in 13 media markets across seven states. The purpose of the reservation is not to protect most of the Democratic-held seats. You can find in our tracking spreadsheet an assessment of which districts are likely to have these reservations, including bookings for the two major Super PACs, House Majority PACs on the left and pre-congressional leadership fund bookings on the right. . The arm of the GOP’s official campaign, the NRCC, is yet to enter the fray.
The dollar amount represents the reported size of ad purchases and can be large.