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The 2019 Fuse Progressive Voters Guide

Get the facts before you vote!

Ads from independent group urging Pakootas write-in called ‘stunningly misleading’

Spokane Spokesman-Review

Collin Jergens, spokesman for the organization, said it is “absolutely not” calling for a write-in campaign against Lewis. It has endorsed her in this year’s Progressive Voters Guide. “This is a stunningly misleading attack,” Jergens said. “This is a desperate tactic for someone who must think Jessa Lewis is about to win.”

Fuse audio of Devin Nunes featured on The Rachel Maddow Show

The Rachel Maddow Show on MSNBC

In a secret audio recording obtained exclusively by The Rachel Maddow Show, Rep. Devin Nunes is heard at a private fundraiser for Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers remarking on Donald Trump's cringe-worthy tweets, and explaining to donors that the impeachment of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has to wait so it doesn't interfere with Senate confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

Spokane County GOP Chair apologizes for hosting controversial speaker, as groups organize protest


Spokane County Republican Central Committee Board Chairwoman Cecily Wright is now apologizing for inviting James Allsup to speak at a Northwest Grassroots meeting earlier this month, as social justice groups from across the county are calling her out for giving James Allsup a platform to speak.

Protestors target GOP backlash to Russia probe at Devin Nunes fundraiser for Cathy McMorris Rodgers

Spokane Spokesman-Review

The Spokesman-Review asked that a reporter be allowed to attend and report on the the fundraising lunch, which cost $250 a plate or $500 to meet with Nunes. McMorris Rodgers declined the newspaper’s request. More than 100 protesters gathered outside, many of them holding signs alleging a link between Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Others criticized McMorris Rodgers for her ties to Trump that – while strained on issues involving trade – have been largely conciliatory regarding the president’s policy positions.