Top Progressive Senator Shares What It's Like to Fight Against $15 Million in Right-Wing Election Money

Senator Sherrod Brown's race has become emblematic of post-Citizens United politics.

It doesn't pay, after all, to be on the side of the workers. The big money's on the side of the bankers, the businessmen who've outsourced Ohio jobs and want to keep doing so, the union-busters who tried (and failed) to take away public employees' right to collective bargaining. It's on the side of 34-year-old Ohio State Treasurer Josh Mandel, the Republican who wants to take Brown's job from him after serving less than two years in statewide office. Full Story »

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