AD08 (East Sac Cty): moved from Leans Democrat to Safe Democrat
AD44 (Ventura): moved from Toss-Up to Likely Democrat
Sorry that some of you received a cut off version of The Nooner yesterday. It was due to a network timeout in saving the daily message part (the headlines are automatically added to the daily message). Anyway, I'll try to add the content that got cut off to today's message. I've repeated the contributions to state and local party committees after the classifieds. It's the same info that I sent out seperately yesterday afternoon. Again, these committees may receive up to $32,500 per donor, and can then give unlimited amounts to candidates, exempted from the normal $4,200 per election limit (listed on Saturday). Donors to party committees can give up to $32,500 to multiple party committees.
GOOD NEWS FOR OUR VETS: The news about the Department of Defense's "clawback" of granted bonuses and education loan forgiveness has reached bipartisan political heights rarely seen these days. While Congress has known about it for two years, the snowball of national attention began with an LA Times article on Friday.