Today Terry McAuliffe will win the Democratic nomination for Virginia governor as America Rising hits him with an ad …
Underdog candidate for NJ governor Barbara Buono fights for some name recognition in new ad
In a satirical spot, Teddy Turner asks South Carolina to “break up” with career politicians like ex-governor Mark Sanford.
Former Gov. Mark Sanford appeals to the “God of second chances” in his bid for South Carolina’s first congressional district.
Robin Kelly, a former Cook County Administrator, gets a big boost from a billionaire for being on his side on the gun control debate.
The comedian endorses former City Council President Eric Garcetti in one of the funniest ads ever.
A new ad takes aim at actress Ashley Judd, who is reportedly considering a run for Mitch McConnell’s Senate seat in Kentucky
The American Future Fund charges that Hagel has a history of unethical behavior a week before his Senate hearing to become the next Secretary of Defense.
Crossroads GPS tries to stir up fear that the President revealed his true “liberal” self in his second Inaugural speech. If Obama loses his hold of the moderate vote he gained in the election, his use of the bully pulpit in the second term will be threatened.
Check out Coke’s new commercial to reduce the country’s waistband.
A gun control group led by Mayors Michael Bloomberg and Thomas Menino is running a nationwide ad on the two-year anniversary of the Tuscon, Arizona rampage.
PolitiFact has picked its lie of the year: Mitt Romney’s ad implying Ohio jobs would be shipped overseas because Barack Obama ”sold Chrysler to Italians who are going to build Jeeps in China.”
In the final weeks of the campaign, all the best–by which I mean, most vicious, least honest, most strident– advertisements get dropped on television screens. On YouTube, something similar has been happening.