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  • Scott will use his fraud $$ to try and buy reelection

    Back in 2012, Rick Scott said that he wouldn’t have to self-fund in order to win reelection. But after spending roughly $60 million – mainly on false, personal attack ads –  he finds himself trapped in the low-40s and behind in a tight race against Charlie Crist. So now, the governor is changing his tune. The Miami […]

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  • SHOCK: Baker Won’t Ask Christie to Release Pay-to-Play Finding

    In last night’s debate, Charlie Baker was pressed by Jim Braude on whether he thought RGA Chair Chris Christie should release the findings of a New Jersey pay-to-play investigation involving Baker instead of waiting until after the election. Baker had the opportunity to be transparent and call on Christie to release the findings, but instead […]

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  • Charlie Baker Tries To Hide From His Outsourcing Record

    In tonight’s debate Republican Charlie Baker continued to make false claims about his “jobs” record. Here’s the truth: Baker outsourced jobs and was so good at it that he won the Outsourcing Excellence Award at the “Oscars of Outsourcing.” Baker was pressed on this record by moderator Margery Eagan, asking what he was he thinking getting […]

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  • Times are tough for Chris Christie

    Chris Christie is really struggling. In a DC speech to the Chamber of Commerce just now, the Chair of the RGA had the following to say about his devastating hardship: @reidepstein: Chris Christie: “I’m tired of hearing about the minimum wage. I really am.”  Our hearts break for the Chair of the RGA. They really […]

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  • RGA Chair Christie’s Administration Withholds Findings Into Baker Pay-to-Play Investigation

    According to a troubling new report, Republican Governors Association Chair Chris Christie has rushed to the aide of Charlie Baker, with his Treasury Department blocking the release of findings of a New Jersey pay-to-play investigation involving the Massachusetts Republican. The documents Christie’s administration is withholding involve Baker’s $10,000 contribution to the New Jersey Republican State Committee, which […]

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  • NEW TV AD: The Faces of Rick Snyder’s Wrong Priorities

    The Democratic Governors Association today released a new television ad in the Michigan governor’s race featuring the people who have been hurt by Governor Rick Snyder’s misplaced priorities. The spot, “Faces,” features Michiganders who have suffered under Snyder’s education cuts, higher property and retirement tax while Snyder’s administration officials got pay raises. “Governor Snyder punished students, seniors, and middle-class […]

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  • DGA Statement on Rick Scott Pleading The Political Fifth In Tonight’s Debate

    WASHINGTON, DC—Democratic Governors Association Executive Director Colm O’Comartun tonight issued the following statement regarding Rick Scott pleading the political Fifth in tonight’s debate: “For seven long minutes tonight, Rick Scott hid behind the stage rather than take responsibility for his record. It was the political equivalent of pleading the Fifth Amendment, but that should come […]

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  • NEW WEB AD: Charlie Baker, Award-Winning Outsourcer

    The Democratic Governors Association today launched a new web ad exposing how Massachusetts Republican Charlie Baker helped ship Massachusetts jobs overseas as a private executive as his own salary tripled. Just yesterday, Politico reported that Baker won the Outsourcing Excellence Award at the “Oscars of Outsourcing” for his work destroying jobs here at home. “Charlie Baker claims to […]

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  • DGA Announces Nearly $20 Million Raised In Third Quarter

    Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin, Chair of the Democratic Governors Association, today announced that the organization raised $19.7 million in the third quarter of 2014 across all of its entities, the most successful fundraising period in the organization’s history. The record haul is double the $9.8 million that the organization raised in the third quarter of […]

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  • Christie Joins Fung, Highlights Shared Record of Fiscal Mismanagement & Jobs Failure

    Governor Christie’s trip to Rhode Island to campaign for Rhode Island Republican Allan Fung served only to highlight their shared record of gross fiscal mismanagement and jobs failure.  Under Mayor Fung, unemployment increased even higher than the state level’s unemployment rate and Fung’s position on the Studio 38 bankruptcy would cost Rhode Island millions and […]

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