By Rob Nikolewski │ New Mexico Watchdog
ALBUQUERQUE – The grudge match is on hold.
Michael Sanchez still hasn’t made up his mind on whether to run for governor in 2014.
The Senate majority leader, considered by many the most powerful Democrat in the Legislature and an arch-nemesis of Republican Gov. Susana Martinez, said he’ll announce his intentions by Labor Day.
Despite denials, docs show McAuliffe company asked feds to fast-track visa for investor tied to spy list
Part 56 of 70 in the series Terry McAuliffe, carmogul
By Tori Richards | Watchdog.org
Government documents contradict claims made by GreenTech Automotive officials that they did nothing to press federal officials to approve the visa application of Zhenjun Zhang, a foreign investor with ties to a Chinese company on a U.S. spy list.
Documents show that attorney Simone Williams and CEO Anthony Rodham, executives at [...]
By Eric Boehm | PA Independent
HARRISBURG — In 1865, Horace Greeley gave his famous advice of “go west, young man.”
In 2014, Pennsylvania Democrats hope to flip that message on its head.
They might as well be saying “go east, young woman.”
In this instance, it’s less a directive than it is a two-part strategy — look at the eastern [...]
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