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Public Data Analysis Shows Rep. Debbie Lesko is Vulnerable With Voters Inside the District
SUN CITY, Ariz. – February 25, 2020 – (Newswire.com) The Congressional campaign for Michael Muscato has released a meta-analysis from public sources that shows Rep. Debbie Lesko is vulnerable inside her district, as well as with women voters.
Researchers with the campaign culled through public data from the nonpartisan nonprofit OpenSecrets, as well as through the most recent FEC filing reports, to assess how Lesko is fairing with voters in her district, and with women.
The latest FEC filing report shows Lesko’s campaign is relying heavily on donations designated for different political campaigns, making her fundraising appear larger than it actually is.
Among the findings:
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By Mark Macias
I was approached last week by the editor of the Daily Caller to give my thoughts on the new White House communications director, Anthony Scaramucci. The editor wanted to know what I thought of Anthony. Would he be good? Was he qualified? How did a hedge fund guy become the top communications guy for a White House entrapped in scandal?
You can read my thoughts in the Daily Caller here. I elaborate on why I think Scaramucci is in over-his-head. But let’s bring this post back to you. Continue reading “Is your Communications Director Qualified?”
By Mark Macias
This story is a continuation of my political and media analysis for CNBC on the presidential campaigns. This week, we took a closer look at the official launch of Jeb Bush presidential campaign. What are his challenges and what can he do to improve his standing among voters who are losing interest?
Click here to read my analysis on CNBC.