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Little is known about the details of the events held somewhere in southeastern Arizona, as both the Peterson campaign and a spokesman for Ryan declined to discuss details. [Read More]
The brother of Wisconsin congressional candidate Randy Bryce says it is "unconscionable" that the Bryce campaign released a letter from his elderly mother. Bryce's mother Nancy Bryce on Wednesday denounced a campaign ad featuring her son James Bryce in which he endorsed the Republican in the race, Bryan Steil. The winner will replace House Speaker Paul Ryan. James Bryce said Thursday on "The Jay Weber Show" that he had spoken with his mom and "it's unconscionable a campaign would take advantage of a vulnerable and elderly mother and use her as a pawn in an ad... [Read More]
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The brother of Wisconsin congressional candidate Randy Bryce says it is "unconscionable" that the Bryce campaign released a letter from his elderly mother. Bryce's mother Nancy Bryce on Wednesday denounced a campaign ad featuring her son James Bryce in which he endorsed the Republican in the race, Bryan Steil. The winner will replace House Speaker Paul Ryan. James Bryce said Thursday on "The Jay Weber Show" that he had spoken with his mom and "it's unconscionable a campaign would take advantage of a vulnerable and elderly mother and use her as a pawn in an ad like that." Nancy... [Read More]
Milwaukee Police Sgt. James Bryce is featured in an ad endorsing his brother's opponent in a congressional race. Randy Bryce is a Democrat, running to replace House Speaker Paul Ryan in Wisconsin's 1st Congressional District. [Read More]
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The mother of a Wisconsin congressional candidate Randy Bryce doesn't like to see her sons fight. Nancy Bryce, in an open letter Wednesday, called for an attack ad featuring Randy's brother James to be taken off the air. "My family deserves better than this," she wrote. "All families deserve better than this." Randy Bryce, known by the colorful nickname "Iron Stache," is a Democrat running to replace House Speaker Paul Ryan, who is leaving Congress. Bryan Steil, a former Ryan aide, is the Republican running in the southeastern Wisconsin district. [Read More]
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The mother of Wisconsin congressional candidate Randy Bryce doesn't like to see her sons fight. Nancy Bryce is calling for an attack ad featuring Randy's brother James to be taken off the air. The ad was unveiled Tuesday by a Republican super PAC linked to House Speaker Paul Ryan. Randy Bryce is... [Read More]
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There are bad apples and then, says a Republican-allied PAC, there's Democrat Joe Radinovich. His troubles run so deep that "he's spent his life running from the law," says an ad from the Congressional Leadership Fund, a super PAC with ties to U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan."Charged with... [Read More]
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and it features the candidate's own brother saying he will vote for the GOP candidate. [Read More]
In the latest sign that Republicans are growing confident embattled Northern Virginia Rep. Barbara Comstock is poised to win reelection, Republicans are doubling down on their support, including a fundraising visit by House Speaker Paul Ryan next month. [Read More]
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Randy Bryce, a Democrat running for the Wisconsin congressional seat being vacated by House Speaker Paul Ryan, is being attacked by his own brother in a new GOP ad. James Bryce, a police officer and Republican who also considered running for the House seat, argues that his brother is hostile toward law enforcement.  Randy Bryce's mother was featured in her son's viral campaign ad last year, in which she discusses her struggle with multiple sclerosis.  Randy Bryce, a Democrat running for the Wisconsin congressional seat being vacated by House Speaker Paul Ryan, is facing a particularly brutal attack ad... [Read More]
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The brother of Democratic House candidate Randy Bryce endorses his brother's Republican opponent in a new campaign ad in the race to replace House Speaker Paul Ryan. [Read More]
There are bad apples and then, says a Republican-allied PAC, there's Democrat Joe Radinovich. His troubles run so deep that "he's spent his life running from the law," says an ad from the Congressional Leadership Fund, a super PAC with ties to U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan. "Charged with 18 crimes," the ad's announcer says of Radinovich. "Thirty traffic violations. Five times, Joe Radinovich had his driver's license suspended. The cops even charged Radinovich with possession of drug paraphernalia. Fast times. Broken laws." Does this sound like a guy fit for Congress? Before you answer, let's look at the... [Read More]
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A Republican super PAC aligned with House Speaker Paul Ryan is launching an attack ad against the Democrat running in the retiring speaker's southeast Wisconsin district. The Congressional Leadership Fund …... [Read More]
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House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., delivered remarks at the Ronald Reagan Institute on Thursday afternoon praising U.S. leadership in the world. How he — one of President Donald Trump's most... [Read More]
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House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., does not like identity politics. He said as much Thursday at an event in the Capitol, and has made similar comments before.At a Q&A with Jeff Mayers of Wisconsin political news site WisPolitics, Ryan said: "Twenty-first-century technology has proven that tribalism and identity politics is effective. More to the point, which is even worse, people make money off of it. Internet, money has proven identity politics and tribalism works. It's politically effective. [Read More]
incorrectly. We know this because we were on the Senate floor next to Sen. Collins on the day in March that Democrat Sen. Patty Murray blocked Sen. Collins from adding to a must-pass spending bill the bipartisan health care stabilization package... [Read More]
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Americans like House Speaker Paul Ryan should be worried about tribalism, not identity politics... [Read More]
Randy Bryce's Republican opponent whacked him this week for peddling far-left policies in their southern Wisconsin district — the same district that retiring House Speaker Paul Ryan has represented for two decades. [Read More]
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House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) said Thursday that he has no reason to dispute a report that said close to 3,000 people died in Puerto Rico from Hurricane Maria, despite President Donald Trump's claim that the Democrats falsely revised the number upward to make the president look bad. [Read More]
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House Speaker Paul Ryan was the highest-ranking Republican to comment on President Donald Trump's tweets this morning questioning the death toll in Puerto Rico. [Read More]
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