A TV ad says Rep. Tom Cotton was “paid handsomely working for insurance companies” and wants to transform Medicare in ways that would benefit the industry at the expense of seniors. But there’s no evidence Cotton did work for insurers.
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Republican-leaning group formed by Iowa political figures.
Americans United for Change is a liberal group whose message closely mirrors that of the Obama White House.
A 501(c)(4) founded by a former Republican senator and a longtime GOP fundraiser. It focuses on keeping the House in Republican control.
Affiliated liberal groups founded by a Democratic political strategist and heavily funded by labor unions.
A conservative super PAC that helped foster the tea party movement.
A super PAC focused on returning Democrats to the majority in the House.
Q: Does Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s husband, Richard Blum, own a company that has an exclusive contract to sell United States Postal Service property?
A: Blum has an interest in the CBRE Group, which won a competitive contract to sell postal facilities. He is its board chairman and owns an investment firm that holds less than 5 percent of its stock.