If you ever wondered how if even Breitbart.com had a limit to its willingness to back Paul Nehlen, you now know the answer. After a week in which Nehlen; an Alt-Right darling, was littering his Twitterfeed with more and more off-the-wall tweets, the website which helped make him a national name has announced it has […]
Being an Alt-Right superstar isn’t paying what it used to. After being a cause celebre for much of the 2016 election cycle by challenging House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Janesville) to a primary by websites such as Breitbart.com, Paul Nehlen looks to be struggling raise money. In the most recently available financial reports from the Federal Elections Commission (FEC), Nehlen […]
Apparently losing by nearly 70 percent isn’t enough for some people. In an announcement on Friday; which doubled as a fund raising email, small business owner Paul Nehlen made clear his intention to primary Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-Janesville) for a second time in Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District. Ryan defeated Nehlen in August 2016 by an […]
Former GOP congressional candidate Paul Nehlen may have tweeted the most expensive tweet of the election cycle on the day of Wisconsin’s August primary.
Failed GOP candidate gets help from his ex-campaign manager to launch a scam PAC with a large social media presence.
Winners: Paul Ryan: Paul Ryan again proved that he has his finger on the pulse of Wisconsin’s 1st congressional district. Despite the effort to “Cantor” him, Ryan showed the importance of staying in touch with his district in crushing his challenger 84%-16%. Moderate Democrats: Though Senator Lena Taylor is extremely liberal on many issues she […]
Paul Ryan’s primary challenger has been in the national spotlight since Donald Trump tweeted appreciation to him for some “kind words” that Nehlen had shared with him. Unfortunately Nehlen has shown himself to woefully unprepared for that spotlight. On Monday, Nehlen made an appearance on Chicago radio and called for a debate on the deportation […]
Messed up abbreviation on campaign finance report places vendor in California when it should be Canada.
More than 95% of Paul Nehlen’s campaign contributions came from outside of Wisconsin. He has very little local support in the 1st Congressional District.
Anti-trade agreement candidate ran sweatshop factory in China, and shipping documents show how much product he shipped into US – products that were once made by American workers.