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In reply to @danielmarans
One reason this kind of article gets written though is because Biaggi ran and won as a champion of fair workplace treatment. (I do think there’s no comparing exploitative management styles with harassment; she championed rules against the latter.)
Replying to @danielmarans
It seems not coincidental that these articles often get written about progressive lawmakers, candidates. Staff who work for progressives are more likely to hold their bosses to high standards and value a political ideal over loyalty. Some would say they’re sometimes whiny though.
 
In reply to @danielmarans
Stories about bad bosses in politics often focus on the line between being a hard driving boss and being genuinely exploitative. It’s a difficult line to discern.
Replying to @danielmarans
One reason this kind of article gets written though is because Biaggi ran and won as a champion of fair workplace treatment. (I do think there’s no comparing exploitative management styles with harassment; she championed rules against the latter.)
 
In reply to @danielmarans
Oh the other hand, a friend who has worked in the legislature tells me it would be pretty odd for a senior aide to take time off at the end of session — or even be out of pocket on a weekend however briefly. pic.twitter.com/tdqx6XIJVN
Replying to @danielmarans
Stories about bad bosses in politics often focus on the line between being a hard driving boss and being genuinely exploitative. It’s a difficult line to discern.
 
Interesting profile of Alessandra Biaggi that airs serious complaints about her conduct as a boss. politico.com/news/2022/08/1…
Replying to @danielmarans
Oh the other hand, a friend who has worked in the legislature tells me it would be pretty odd for a senior aide to take time off at the end of session — or even be out of pocket on a weekend however briefly.
 
Interesting profile of Alessandra Biaggi that airs serious complaints about her conduct as a boss. politico.com/news/2022/08/1…
 
In reply to @CurtMills
O’Dea is a strong candidate.
Also there are a lot of socially liberal and fiscally conservative ticket splitters in Colorado. It’s the state that elected Hickenlooper and Polis for governor, Cory Gardner for one Senate term. I bet Gardner outperformed Trump in 2020.
 
Saw to interrupt the “Dark Brandon” programming… it is, however, weird that Colorado is this close— especially Trump’s performance. His brand of conservatism has struggled in the Mountain West, the most optimistic and functioning part of the country (but that’s another story)
Replying to @CurtMills
O’Dea is a strong candidate.
 
In reply to @RossBarkan
It's complicated because that's still my position but also I really want to roll my eyes at Republicans who are coming around to that position right now - sort of like getting really into prison abolition right after you murdered someone
Rand Paul has been pretty good on this for a while
 
Tokuda, the candidate backed by the Congressional Progressive Caucus, won and it wasn’t close.
New: An influx of national super PAC money has turned a Democratic congressional primary in Hawaii into an ideological proxy war.

A preview of the Saturday contest between @tokudaforhawaii and @votebrancohi to succeed Kai Kahele in Hawaii's 2nd: huffpost.com/entry/jill-tok…
 
Daniel Marans Retweeted ·  
.@danielsgoldman earns backing of major Orthodox voting bloc in Boro Park in #NY10 race.

“Dan Goldman… understands our needs and is a strong supporter of the Orthodox Jewish community,” Rabbi Joel Rosenfeld, a Bobov community leader said in statement.
 
In reply to @danielmarans
I’m not speculating about the reasons or motives but one way or another it’s quite a snub!
Replying to @danielmarans
Ironically, NY Times’ endorsement of @MondaireJones in 2020 is the last time I remember a snub this glaring. The editorial omitted Adam Schleifer, a self-funder, entirely. This time they endorsed a self-funder against Mondaire. nytimes.com/2020/06/12/opi… nytimes.com/2020/06/12/opi…
 
It is notable that in its #ny10 endorsement, the Times declined to mention two elected officials running competitive campaigns for the seat.
Replying to @danielmarans
I’m not speculating about the reasons or motives but one way or another it’s quite a snub!
 
It is notable that in its #ny10 endorsement, the Times declined to mention two elected officials running competitive campaigns for the seat.
The @nytimes endorsement of Dan Goldman does not even mention @yuhline or @CarlinaRivera as OPTIONS. There is no explanation of why either of these two accomplished, elected women of color fail to "stand out" in comparison with Goldman. Insane!
 
Daniel Marans Retweeted ·  
It’s primary day in Hawaii! Two races under the national radar (gov and HI02) got pricey and bitter in the final stretch washingtonpost.com/politics/2022/…
 
Daniel Marans Retweeted ·  
Democracy Protection PAC, a dark money super PAC, has TV ads attacking Carolyn Maloney on her decade-ago vaccine skepticism. $206,000 spent so far, per source. #NY12. (1/2)
youtu.be/eKdUgxbTb7o
 
NYT endorsement of Nadler praises Carolyn Maloney, but says she “has a troubling history of promoting false information linking vaccines to autism.” via @NYTOpinion
nytimes.com/2022/08/13/opi…
 
Daniel Marans Retweeted ·  
An emotional John Fetterman returned to the campaign trail yesterday. Dispatch from @danielmarans in Erie, Pa. huffpost.com/entry/john-fet…
 
NY Times endorsed @spmaloney after criticizing the DCCC spending to prop up an election denier in Michigan via @NYTOpinion
nytimes.com/2022/08/13/opi…
Replying to @danielmarans
The editorial board praised Biaggi but said “she has only just moved into the district, and her politics are more progressive than those of many of its residents.”
 
 
Daniel Marans Retweeted ·  
Swing district Dems are eager to run on the IRA and Republicans are eager to tie them to it. Clearly someone is going to be wrong about this bill.
 
Also new: A New York City police union that endorsed Donald Trump is spending over $400,000 attacking a top House Democrat's progressive primary opponent.

I lay out the details and why it matters: huffpost.com/entry/pro-trum… via @HuffPostPol
Replying to @danielmarans
Biaggi asked Maloney to condemn the super PAC spending from NYC PBA. Maloney will not. “The Senator seems surprised that police unions were offended by her saying they have no souls."
 
Also new: A New York City police union that endorsed Donald Trump is spending over $400,000 attacking a top House Democrat's progressive primary opponent.

I lay out the details and why it matters: huffpost.com/entry/pro-trum… via @HuffPostPol
Pro-Trump Police Union Spends Big For Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney
huffpost.com
 
New: John Fetterman, a Democratic Senate nominee for Pennsylvania, held his first campaign rally since suffering a near-fatal stroke in May.

My report: huffpost.com/entry/john-fet… via @HuffPostPol
An Emotional John Fetterman Returns To Campaign Trail With Raucous Rally
huffpost.com
 
In reply to @danielmarans
He spoke slower than before the stroke and his remarks didn’t last much more than 10 minutes.
Replying to @danielmarans
Campaign provided a crowd estimate of 1,355 people.
 
In reply to @danielmarans
Fetterman gets emotional, thanking crowd and thanking Giselle for saving his life when she noticed the stroke pic.twitter.com/8wa16CToQX
Replying to @danielmarans
He spoke slower than before the stroke and his remarks didn’t last much more than 10 minutes.
 
In reply to @danielmarans
Giselle introduced him as a “stroke survivor and your next U.S. Senator.” pic.twitter.com/5UraBCt8PF
Replying to @danielmarans
Fetterman gets emotional, thanking crowd and thanking Giselle for saving his life when she noticed the stroke
 
Fetterman arrives to Back in Black pic.twitter.com/RERQus5Jn8
Replying to @danielmarans
Giselle introduced him as a “stroke survivor and your next U.S. Senator.”
 
Fetterman arrives to Back in Black
 
In reply to @danielmarans
Erie City Councilman Michael Keys says Fetterman’s experience leading Braddock shows he knows how to serve underserved communities. pic.twitter.com/lDx73dffkp
Replying to @danielmarans
Jack Lee, a roofer and head of Erie-Crawford Central Labor Council, says Fetterman will fight for working people.
 
Replying to @danielmarans
Erie City Councilman Michael Keys says Fetterman’s experience leading Braddock shows he knows how to serve underserved communities.
 
Fetterman’s team says this is bigger than expected and they had to make extra room by opening up the ADA section. pic.twitter.com/5fDAORl10T
Replying to @danielmarans
Other vantage point
 
Fetterman’s team says this is bigger than expected and they had to make extra room by opening up the ADA section.
 
Daniel Marans Retweeted ·  
Details on how IRA drug price negotiation will work, including a 95 percent tax of prior-year sales if a drugmaker walked away from negotiations.
politico.com/newsletters/fu…
How Democrats drug price negotiations would work
politico.com
 
Daniel Marans Retweeted ·  
This has happened over and over again in Democratic politics this cycle: There doesn’t seem to be much of an ideological gap between two candidates, but PACs in D.C. take sides anyway and create a battle.
 
New: An influx of national super PAC money has turned a Democratic congressional primary in Hawaii into an ideological proxy war.

A preview of the Saturday contest between @tokudaforhawaii and @votebrancohi to succeed Kai Kahele in Hawaii's 2nd: huffpost.com/entry/jill-tok…
 
Daniel Marans Retweeted ·  
Some pretty horrifying stuff in this AP story on euthanasia in Canada apnews.com/article/covid-…
 
 
In reply to @danielmarans
Idk about that one, seems like part of a long list of endorsements from colleagues, plus I don't think YLN is close with Ung. Rivera does have the support of some AA endorsers who have long supported YLN in the past
 
This seems random and also maybe petty, seeing that Niou is *from* Washington state 👀
Replying to @JCColtin
Throw in Sandra Ung and you start to sense a pattern
 
Daniel Marans Retweeted ·  
Sean Patrick Maloney has $2.4 million on hand in #NY17, and is also getting outside support from the NYC PBA, the National Realtors Association, and another dark money super PAC. cityandstateny.com/politics/2022/…
 
A lot of people are learning about the difference between 12-month ("year over year") inflation as of a *given month* and actual inflation in said month. It can be confusing.
 
A lot of people are learning about the difference between 12-month ("year over year") inflation as of a *given month* and actual inflation in said month. It can be confusing.
 
Daniel Marans Retweeted ·  
Hi Twitter, it’s me Marc Goldwein — the guy who has been screaming we are going to have/having high inflation for 14 months and pushing back against all the desperate “team transitory” arguments.

Inflation is July was 0%.
 
Out of context for sure. In context, it’s a funny spousal joke.
In reply to @SallyGold
Among the quotes in this piece that could be damaging if voters link them to @yuhline: "Last year, she jokingly invoked a white-nationalist mantra, tweeting: 'I hate to admit I’ve chanted ‘Jews Will Not Replace Us’ whenever my wife edits my work."
 
Sean Patrick Maloney's campaign releases full endorsement statement from prospective constituent, Bill Clinton.

The key line is on electability: "Sean has proved he can win tough elections and build coalitions to get things done for our communities and continue our progress."
 
In reply to @danielmarans
... There are proposals to dedicate part of the estate tax to shoring up Social Security. Via @socialinsurance: nasi.org/research/socia… Not sure if the chief actuary has ever scored it though.
Replying to @danielmarans @antoniogm and 1 otherfalse
I also recognize that I am probably more comfortable with government spending than you are.
 
In reply to @antoniogm
The most effective and popular taxes we have are ones that are dedicated for a clear purpose, like payroll taxes (notwithstanding their imperfections) ...
... There are proposals to dedicate part of the estate tax to shoring up Social Security. Via @socialinsurance: nasi.org/research/socia… Not sure if the chief actuary has ever scored it though.
Social Security Benefits, Finances, and Policy Options: A Primer - National Academy of Social Insurance
nasi.org
 
In reply to @danielmarans
What the government does with the cash may well be worse.
Replying to @antoniogm
The most effective and popular taxes we have are ones that are dedicated for a clear purpose, like payroll taxes (notwithstanding their imperfections) ...
 
And the generational wealth transfer to their millennial kids, rich but drunk on activist politics, will change the US for generations.

One, two…a million Mackenzie Bezos’s.
Replying to @antoniogm
Sounds like an IDW-friendly argument for finding new ways to tax inherited wealth -- higher estate tax, stepped up basis loophole, etc.
 
Daniel Marans Retweeted ·  
NEW: Chappaqua's own Bill Clinton says he'll vote for Sean Patrick Maloney in one NY's most contentious primaries and “urge all my neighbors to do the same.”

Hillary, who helped lead Biaggi's wedding, appears to be staying out of the contest for now.

nytimes.com/2022/08/10/nyr…
Sean Patrick Maloney Wins a Clinton Endorsement (Bill, Not Hillary)
nytimes.com
 
 
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