| Sami Gilkes

March Monthly Roundup

In March, Senate hearings began for President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Judge Neil Gorsuch.

We started out March with the news that we had our best off-year February ever, raising $5.1 million. Later that month, we also found out we outraised the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) by over a million.


On March 20th, hearings began to confirm President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Judge Neil Gorsuch. There were four days of hearings, so we rolled out a new Snapchat filter for each day:

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Despite Judge Gorsuch’s unquestionable qualifications and impressive testimony during his confirmation hearings, Democrats began plans for an unprecedented filibuster of Judge Gorsuch’s nomination, which editorial board after editorial board came out opposing.

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An NBC News/SurveyMonkey poll found that a majority of Americans agree with the editorial boards and the Senate Majority and want to see Judge Gorsuch get an up-or-down vote, condemning Democrats’ partisan obstruction tactics.

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In the POLITICO/Morning Consult poll, Americans support confirming Judge Gorsuch by a double-digit margin.

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A Huffington Post/YouGov poll reinforced this, releasing another poll with similar findings.

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Missouri

Senator Claire McCaskill started off the month caught in a lie:

Then she closed out the month with this hypocrisy:

Pennsylvania

Also last month, Senator Bob Casey announced he will be choosing to oppose Judge Gorsuch, ignoring Pennsylvanians and Americans to cater to extreme liberal special interests.

Wisconsin

The Republican Party of Wisconsin released a new ad targeting Senator Tammy Baldwin’s inability to protect our veterans.

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Indiana

In Indiana, Concerned Veterans for America released an ad pressuring Senator Joe Donnelly to support Judge Gorsuch:

Looking Ahead

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