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October 29, 2014

Press Release – American Future Fund Political Action releases new ad in support of Fred Upton

WARRENTON, VA – American Future Fund Political Action released a new television ad in Michigan’s 6th Congressional District in support of Congressman Fred Upton (R-MI).  The ad, which is running district-wide on both network and cable television, highlights Congressman Upton’s work in support of Michigan’s working families – including his leadership in approving the Keystone Pipeline and […]

October 29, 2014

Press Release – American Future Fund launches new television ad against Merkley in Oregon

WARRENTON, VA – The American Future Fund Political Action launched a new television ad buy against Senator Jeff Merkley in Oregon.  The first commercial highlights Merkley’s term of ineffectiveness representing the people of Oregon in the U.S. Senate. The ad asks voters if they can name a single accomplishment of Merkley’s, noting that Merkley has only […]

October 25, 2014

Press Release – American Future Fund Political Action releases new radio ad in Illinois Treasurer race

WEST DES MOINES, IA – The American Future Fund Political Action issued a new radio advertisement in support of Illinois Treasurer candidate Tom Cross. The ad focuses on Cross’ experience, bipartisan record, and reform-minded approach to clean up Springfield, stand up to the Governor’s deficit spending, and protect the hard-earned tax dollars of Illinois families. […]

October 14, 2014

American Future Fund Political Action Launches Two New Radio Ads In Iowa Senate Race

WEST DES MOINES, IA – American Future Fund Political Action has launched two new radio advertisements in Iowa highlighting Congressman Bruce Braley’s many insulting statements and actions toward Iowa’s rural voters. These insults include: saying that U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley was not qualified to serve as Senate Judiciary Chairman because of his farming background, endorsing […]

October 13, 2014

Washington Post – In Iowa, a dispute over neighbor’s chickens threatens Braley’s Senate bid

By: Phil Rucker The battle for control of the U.S. Senate could come down to a dispute between two neighbors in this heartland hamlet over four plump, wander-prone hens. This spring, Pauline Hampton’s chickens roamed onto Bruce and Carolyn Braley’s vacation property on tranquil Holiday Lake. Hampton said she did not know this until she […]

October 13, 2014

WCF Courier – More trade, less EPA, Blum tells farmers in Cedar Falls

By: Christinia Crippes Supporters see U.S. 1st District Republican Congressional candidate Rod Blum as right on the issues important to Iowa farmers. Those issues include stopping an overzealous U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and expanding international markets. “I have learned a tremendous amount in the last 18 months of traveling the 1st District of Iowa from […]

October 13, 2014

Washington Post – Mark Pryor on President Obama and Ebola: “Uhhhhhh”

By: Jaime Fuller MSNBC’s Kasie Hunt asked Sen. Mark Pryor (D-Ark.) whether he thought the Obama administration was doing enough to combat the Ebola crisis. “Uhhhhh,” he replied. He then said he wasn’t up to speed with the latest briefings. She then asked if he thought the response had been aggressive enough. “Uhhhh,” he said […]

October 13, 2014

TheIowaRepublican – First District Debate: Blum Offers Solutions

By: Kevin Hall First Congressional District candidates Rod Blum and Pat Murphy tangled on the debate stage for the first time Wednesday evening. The hour-long, televised event at Coe College revealed a sharp contrast between the Republican and Democrat. “It seems like every answer to every question that Murphy answered was another government program. Hopefully […]

October 13, 2014

POLITICO – How Sen. Hagan’s husband won stimulus cash

By: Manu Raju and John Bresnahan When Kay Hagan voted for President Barack Obama’s 2009 economic stimulus package, the Democratic senator hailed it as “the best way forward for working families across North Carolina.” One of the families that later benefited is her own. JDC Manufacturing, a company co-owned by the Democratic senator’s husband, Chip, […]

October 13, 2014

Denver Post – Cory Gardner for US Senate

Congress is hardly functioning these days. It can’t pass legislation that is controversial and it often can’t even pass legislation on which there is broad agreement. Its reputation is abysmal, and even its members rarely dispute the popular indictment. It needs fresh leadership, energy and ideas, and Cory Gardner can help provide them in the […]