Wendy Long, the Republican Senate candidate trailing Kirsten Gillibrand by a wide margin, went out with one last media hit this morning, accusing a Manhattan poll worker of voter fraud.
Long appeared on Laura Ingraham's radio show for a brief interview about her experience voting in Manhattan this morning, where Long says a poll worker gave her instructions that would have registered votes for the Democratic candidates.(2)
Bob Turner isn't the only Republican challenger to Kirsten Gillibrand who is still struggling to excite donors.
Wendy Long, a former judicial activist and clerk to Clarence Thomas, raised $103,977 since the end of March, according to her pre-primary filing. (That's almost identical haul to Turner's haul, which came in just over $104,000.)(2)
Why Charlie Rangel's real mistake was going on Fox to address the 'plantation' idea in the first place
Charlie Rangel let himself get used by Fox News late last week, and he seemed to realize it about halfway through his appearance on “The O’Reilly Factor,” when he snapped at guest-host Laura Ingraham: “Bill O'Reilly told me he had a secret weapon. I didn't know it was just a pretty girl that he would bring in.”(1)