In episode 41 of our podcast, we give you some highlights from our post-election conference on political advertising by outside groups. For more on this episode, see: Cash Attack Conference
On Monday, FactCheck.org hosted a post-election conference on political advertising in the 2010 election by outside groups. Our liberal and conservative panelists played some TV ads to illustrate their points […]
The Republican Jewish Coalition says it is spending $1 million in the Pennsylvania Senate race on an ad attacking Democrat Joe Sestak for wanting to hold trials of alleged 9/11 […]
Two independent groups are spending heavily in the Pennsylvania Senate race, and we find both are airing TV ads that go a bit too far: VoteVets.org, a left-leaning veterans group, is up with an ad that claims Republican Pat Toomey supports letting Wall Street …
A Republican/pro-growth-leaning group headed by a Republican media consultant.
In Alaska, a new group founded and financed by for-profit native corporations falsely charges in an ad that Republican Senate nominee Joe Miller’s proposals "would destroy a third of Alaska’s […]
Republican-leaning group formed by Iowa political figures.
Republican-leaning group that calls itself “the conservative alternative” to AARP.
Conservative-leaning group that focuses on federal spending.
Conservative group formed by political strategist and TV commentator Dick Morris.