He was due beer and travel money and many experiences!
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By Matea Gold, Published: June 22
"Charlie Spies knows how to raise money. The Republican lawyer helped rake in $153 million for Restore Our Future, the pro-Mitt Romney super PAC.
But hes had a harder slog with one of his latest projects, Republicans for Immigration Reform, a super PAC that aims to be a dominant force in the fight over revamping the countrys immigration laws. So far, the organization has made just a tiny ad buy in South Carolina and financed a poll with two other advocacy groups.
It has been a challenge to get donors on the Republican side to reengage, Spies said.
Seven months after the 2012 election, a lingering hangover among conservative donors has stalled efforts by right-leaning independent groups to fill their coffers."
Whole article here:
From the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Rob Rogers
"The EPA has released results of a survey showing that $384 billion in improvements are needed for the nations drinking water infrastructure through 2030 for systems to continue providing safe drinking water to 297 million Americans"
The assessment shows that improvements are primarily needed in:
Distribution and transmission: $247.5 billion to replace or refurbish aging or deteriorating lines
Treatment: $72.5 billion to construct, expand or rehabilitate infrastructure to reduce contamination
Storage: $39.5 billion to construct, rehabilitate or cover finished water storage reservoirs
Source: $20.5 billion to construct or rehabilitate intake structures, wells and spring collectors
Whole article here:
From Jen Sorensen's "Slow Poke"
From Tim Chamberlin's "Our Valued Customers"
From Washington Post's John Sides, Published: June 4, 2013.
"Republicans and Democrats dont seem to agree on very much these days. Theyre divided on the kinds of television shows they watch, cars they drive and beers they drink. And now new research by political scientists at the University of Chicago adds one more thing to that list: baby names."
Whole article at:
Interesting read, but not sure what can be drawn from it.
From Brian McFadden
From the Washington Post: Presidential trips cost a lot.
while waiting for the far "left" to start their outrage too.
Only had a choice for Lieutenant Governor and Attorney General.
I voted at 2:30 pm on my way back to the office. I was voter # 79 for the day.
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