How Much Does It Cost To Be Losing By 35 Points?
Well, let’s check the math:
Giving your own campaign $1.34 million to buy a congressional seat, including $375,000 this quarter.
— Elizabeth Titus (@emtitus) July 15, 2014
Investing millions into local companies to fabricate a reputation as a job creator:
Soon after, Eldridge set up a venture capital firm, Hudson River Ventures, that has provided millions in loans and equity lines to local companies. And now the first-time candidate, who’s running his first business, is touting the jobs he’s created in the blue-collar district. (Politico)