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Washington Examiner: Liberal Groups Target Mnuchin Vote With Foreclosure Ad
Liberal groups opposed to the nomination of Steven Mnuchin to be treasury secretary are targeting senators on the panel voting on his confirmation with an ad featuring a borrower foreclosed on by his bank.
Broadcasting & Cable: Mnuchin Foes Use Cable to Target Nominee
Allied Progress Action and others have launched a six-figure ad buy on MSNBC, CNN and Fox News targeting Treasury nominee Steve Mnuchin.
FloridaPolitics.com: Progressives launch ad urging Marco Rubio, Bill Nelson to vote against Steven Mnuchin
A coalition of progressive organizations is hitting the airwaves to urge Sen. Bill Nelson and Sen. Marco Rubio to vote against President Donald Trump’s nominee for Treasury secretary. The Progressive Change Campaign, Allied Progress Action, and Demand Progress Action will air a TV spot Wednesday and Thursday in Florida, and several other states, targeting Steven Mnuchin, Trump’s pick for Treasury secretary. The ad is slated to air on MSNBC, CNN, FOX News, and in the Orlando and Tampa media markets.
Politico’s Morning Score: PCCC, Allied Progress, Others Expand Ad Buy Targeting Mnuchin
Three progressive groups are expanding an ad buy warning senators not to vote to confirm President Donald Trump’s treasury pick, Steve Mnuchin.
Washington Post: Lefty Groups Blast Trump Treasury Pick
A trio of progressive groups is going up on the air with a powerful ad hitting Steven Mnuchin, Trump’s pick for treasury secretary, with a tale of a woman who lost her home to foreclosure by a bank he owned.
Politico’s Morning Money: More Ads Hit Mnuchin
Via release out Wednesday morning: “PCCC, Allied Progress Action and Demand Progress Action are doubling down on pressure against senators to oppose Steven Mnuchin, expanding an ad campaign.
Nevada Independent: Ads Target Heller on Mnuchin
Progressive groups are continuing an ad campaign in Nevada targeting Republican Sen. Dean Heller over an upcoming vote to confirm Steven Mnuchin as Treasury Secretary.
Tampa Bay Times: TV Ads in Florida Ask Rubio, Nelson to Oppose Trump’s Treasury Pick Mnuchin
The ad is airing in Tampa, Orlando and Miami and is part of a “six-figure” buy that extends to markets in Missouri, Colorado, Delaware and Virginia. It is paid for by PCCC, Allied Progress Action, and Demand Progress Action, which had previously run the ad in Nevada, Arizona and Iowa.
Arizona Republic: Trying to Get a Message to Sens. John Mccain and Jeff Flake? Good Luck
Liberal groups are encouraging constituents to call Sens. John McCain and Jeff Flake about President Donald Trump’s Cabinet nominations. The result is that McCain and Flake’s voice-mail boxes are full.
Law360: Mnuchin’s Testimony Leaves Many Regulatory Questions
Liberal groups that oppose the new administration and its plans for potentially weakening Wall Street regulations were less sanguine about Mnuchin’s statements on Volcker. Any move to provide more definition to Volcker may be a way to make it less effective, said Karl Frisch, the executive director of Allied Progress. “I think it’s a way to help banks get around it,” he said.