In five Southern states that Republicans thought would be easy pick-ups, we’re leading! But Joe Biden warned us this morning: “these races are close — folks, they’re scary close.”
That’s why our Paint the South Blue Program is aggressively mobilizing voters to keep the lead. Will you answer Joe’s call to action and add your name? » www.dscc.org/paintthesouthblue
I can go see my doctor: Angele’s Get Covered Story
"I pay $17.42 for my medical and my dental insurance. I have a tax credit that helps me out a lot, being a single mother."
Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, millions of Americans like Angele from New Orleans, LA can enroll in new health insurance options in the Health Insurance Marketplace.
Deadline to enroll for coverage this year: March 31
ObamaCare was passed by Congress and upheld by the Supreme Court, but Republican governors keep trying to deny people the care they deserve. Tell Republicans to stop blocking ObamaCare! http://demgoverno.rs/mYVrK
Senate Democrats, facing election challenges to their majority, continued to stockpile campaign money during the second fundraising quarter of the year, new figures show.
At least two incumbent Democrats who could see tough re-election contests in 2014 – Minnesota Sen. Al Franken and Sen. Kay Hagan of North Carolina — collected about $2 million each from April 1 through June 30.
Three Democrats seeking re-election in GOP strongholds raised roughly $1 million or more. Sen. Mary Landrieu of Louisiana led the way, collecting $1.7 million compared with $1.1 million raised by her best-known Republican rival, Rep. Bill Cassidy of Baton Rouge.
Democratic Sens. Mark Pryor of Arkansas and Mark Begich of Alaska announced raising $1.2 million and nearly $1 million, respectively.