The DSCC Decides the Louisiana Runoff Isn’t Worth $1.8 Million
One portion of the final Morning Jolt until November 17:
Surrender, Surrender, but Don’t Give a Seat Away
The DSCC abandons Mary Landrieu:
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee has canceled its advertising reservations for Sen. Mary Landrieu ahead of the …
Are Democrats Set to Win the Get-Out-the-Vote Fight in 2014?
Hmmm. The Atlantic’s Molly Ball takes a long look at the respective get-out-the-vote operations of Democrats and Republicans in Arkansas and sees a familiar disparity:
Republicans now have 11 offices open across Arkansas, party officials told me, all of them staffed …
The President’s Busy Day Continues
The poor man just can’t enjoy his vacation uninterrupted: “Obama, who arrived at Martha’s Vineyard on Saturday, headlines a late afternoon event for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee at a private residence in Tisbury, Mass.”
He will also make some …
The DSCC: The Affordable Care Act? What Affordable Care Act?
Give credit where it’s due; unlike back in December, the homepage of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee now prominently features a section dealing with Obamacare/The Affordable Care Act, entitled “Faces of Repeal,” contending “millions of Americans will be hurt …
Michelle Obama: Obamacare, Gun Control Require a Democratic Senate
In the interest of fairness, Michelle Obama taped some remarks to help the National Republican Senatorial Committee yesterday.
Democratic Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes was among the female candidates who gathered with the first lady for a Democratic Senatorial Campaign …
Patty Murray: I Can Talk Forever About GOP’s Obsession With Social Issues
“Republicans made a very calculated decision to change the focus away from our economic recovery and focus instead on divisive social issues,” said Senator Patty Murray, chair of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee.
The current top news items …
Let’s Help the DSCC Come Up With Some New Slogans!
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee is asking folks to help them come up with a slogan for their new car magnet. Among their current nominees:
We’ve Got Your Back, Barack
Repeal Republicans in 2012
Had Enough Tea?
Brick by Brick, …
Pennsylvania: The DSCC’s $9 Million Botched Investment
This is amazing:
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee has invested more than $4.7 million in the Keystone State to date, not including the nearly $1.2 million it spent on Sen. Arlen Specter ’s failed primary bid. The overall investment, expected to …
Grimes, Davis, and the Great Democratic Rural Hopes
It is the time of year when leaves fall from the trees and races fall from the national committee’s priorities list.
Republicans went through their sad moment a few days ago when the National Republican Senatorial Committee pulled their ads …
The DSCC Just Put $9 Million Behind Hagan. Your Move, Republicans.
Also in today’s Jolt, a clear indicator of where the DSCC thinks they absolutely must win in November:
Democrats Bet All Their Chips — Well, Almost All — on North Carolina
Here’s the bad news: The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee just committed …
After Denouncing Putin in Classroom, Obama Heads to Fundraisers
The following is from ABC News… and seems like the sort of thing the media might have given the White House a pass over, a few years ago:
This is awful, awful advance work on the part of the White …
What Issue Is Missing from the DNC, DCCC, and DSCC Home Pages?
Now that the Obama administration assures us HealthCare.gov is working smoothly, Democrats have no reason to run away from Obamacare, right? After all, House minority leader Nancy Pelosi and DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz both assured us Democrats will …
The DSCC Is Watching You, Komrade Donor!
Mickey Kaus spotlights the most Orwellian fundraising pitch ever:
Someone from the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee just sent me an email. It struck a jaunty note:
Hey friend — Our team is reviewing supporter records this weekend, and I noticed …
73% Approval Rating for Scott Brown?
Heading into 2012, Massachusetts senator Scott Brown appeared to be the most vulnerable Republican incumbent. He won in unique circumstances against a colossally flawed rival, and in a presidential year, Democrats are likely to come out in droves. But he may …
Attack Ads Are the Democrats’ Admission They Can’t Win on the Issues
There is this beautiful little fairy tale that liberals tell themselves. A version of it appears in the novel Primary Colors, by Joe Klein, and I’ll offer a cleaned up version.
“The point is — EAGLETON,” Libby said. “You …
In a Delaware Minute, Everything Can Change
Will the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee have to commit funds to help Chris Coons overcome his . . . (chuckle, giggle) imminent cash-on-hand disadvantage?
Chris Coons’s cash on hand, as of August 25: $944,230.
As of this writing, Christine O’Donnell appears to have …