2010 Elections

Ken Buck: Too Extreme for Colorado

PFAW's latest ad shows that Senate candidate Ken Buck is too extreme for Colorado

Radio Ad Criticizes Rand Paul on Civil Rights, Economy

People For the American Way launched a new radio ad today, which will run on stations in African American communities in Kentucky.

Foreign Funded Chamber of Commerce Pours Money into U.S. Elections

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, which is spending millions of dollars supporting the GOP in the 2010 Elections, collects hundreds of thousands of dollars from foreign owned businesses.

The Rogues' Gallery

In our latest report, PFAW takes an in-depth look at 15 of the far right's most extreme candidates for Senate, and it isn't pretty.

Response to GOP Win In Massachusetts Should Be Renewed Focus on Values—Ours and Theirs

In Massachusetts last night, candidate Scott Brown defeated Martha Coakley in the race to succeed Ted Kennedy in the United States Senate. In response, People For the American Way President Michael B. Keegan called for progressives to respond with a renewed focus on shared values.
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