NRSC to Democrats: Just Try to Defend Picking Klain for Ebola Czar!
The Tuesday Morning Jolt features my last update from Oregon, a surprise about who’s paying the minimum wage in Kentucky, and then this news from the National Republican Senatorial Committee, seen here first:
NRSC to Senate Democrats: Just Try to …
NRSC: Look Who Else Is Skipping Official Duties to Attend Fundraisers!
From the first Morning Jolt of the week, a first look at a new NRSC ad hitting the opposition – both President Obama and several Senate candidates – for attending fundraisers and missing official duties:
NRSC: Look Who Else Is …
NRSC: Obama’s Job Rating Is Lower in Michigan Than in Some Red States
The National Republican Senatorial Committee is feeling optimistic about next year’s open-seat Senate race in Michigan. From a new memo by Ward Baker, NRSC political director:
If someone would have told me a year ago that the Michigan Senate seat …
Happy Three-Year Anniversary, Stimulus.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee reminds us that the stimulus passed three years ago today, in a web video that represents a beautiful example of using lawmakers’ own boasts and promises against them:
Among the quotes that Obama and Senate …
NRSC Reminds Us of Democrats’ ‘Welcome to the Recovery’ Comments
The National Republican Senatorial Committee marks the one-year anniversary of Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner’s “Welcome to the Recovery,” op-ed, as well as a slew of other comments from President Obama, Harry Reid, Claire McCaskill, Jay Carney, Tim Kaine, Joe …
NRSC: ‘Actions Speak Louder Than Words, Mr. President.’
The National Republican Senatorial Committee is responsible for the content of this brutal kick to the solar plexus in video form:
Dare I say this is the Chuck Norris of party committee created web videos?
NRSC: We’re Doing Quite Well for an Off Year
The National Republican Senatorial Committee has their best off-year fund raising month since 2005:
Receipts for March 2011: $5.0 M
Receipts Cycle-To-Date for 2011: $11.2 M
(compared to $9.6 M by March 2009, and $6.9 M by March 2007)
Debt: $2,750,000 (down from $6.5 million in January and lowest of …
NRSC Says Tim Kaine Is a Leader, Sort Of
The National Republican Senatorial Committee prepares the ground for a Tim Kaine senatorial bid, with a pretty funny web ad:
The expectation has been that Kaine would run since Webb announced his retirement last month. And yet, Kaine is, at …
Californians Will Hear More of Robert Davi’s Ominous Narration
The NRSC’s $2 million coordinated ad buy with the Fiorina campaign begins with this one:
The NRSC chuckles, “this represents roughly $2 million more dollars than national Democrats have put behind their candidates in Ohio, New Hampshire, Indiana, Arkansas, North Carolina, …
Hey, look who’s in the new NRSC web video: Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Sharron Angle, Christine O’Donnell, Joe Miller, Linda McMahon — Tea Party, establishment, they’re all there.
It’s all in, which is a good metaphor …
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 …
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 …
NRSC: Hey, Look at What Folks Are Saying About Akin!
The NRSC is not exactly quiet about its desire to see Todd Akin withdraw and another candidate, one not damaged by a horrific statement that implies he believes that there are “legitimate” rapes and not legitimate ones, to take his …
NRSC: Why Is New Yorker Bob Kerrey Thinking of a Nebraska Run?
The National Republican Senatorial Committee would like to remind Nebraskans that Bob Kerrey, currently contemplating a bid to return to the Senate, has been living in New York for the past decade.
With Ben Nelson suddenly retiring, Democrats are desperate …
NRSC Picks Up Candidate From Zaniest Major-Party Campaign in 2010
Okay, okay, Carly Fiorina is joining the team at the National Republican Senatorial Committee . . .
National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) Chairman U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) today announced that businesswoman and civic leader Carly Fiorina will join the organization as …
Finally, Combining ‘Hydrochloro-Bullhockey with Lithium-Di-Yeswecan.’
Wow. The NRSC continues to hit it out of the park on their web videos — funny, and hitting the target really hard.
This car commercial-style ad salutes the government research that discovered the most readily available natural resource known …
Democrats Lacking Top-Tier Challengers In Most Senate Races
It’s obviously early in the 2012 cycle, but the good news for Republican chances to retake the Senate is that they already have big-name, experienced candidates gearing up in just about every state that is expected to feature a …
Happy Anniversary, Stimulus. Look What You’ve Done in Two Years.
Today is the two-year anniversary of the stimulus bill becoming law, and the National Republican Senatorial Committee has a one-minute web ad spotlighting the claims of the senators who voted for it and how their states are doing. It’s …
NRSC: We Will Win in November, Far and Wide
From a very confident memo from the NRSC:
Every Republican incumbent running for reelection will win, as there is not a single state in which an incumbent Republican nominee is facing a substantial threat: In Arizona, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Idaho, South …
Now We Know When the Recovery Starts.
This is another pretty darn good web video from the NRSC — not as good as their last one, asking who the extremists really are, but still pretty good.
The tag-lines are the double whammy:
How was your summer?