Campaigns – USC PRSSA Government & Student Funding http://uscprssa.com/ Government & Student Funding Sat, 25 Jun 2022 11:06:48 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://uscprssa.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/default-150x150.png Campaigns – USC PRSSA Government & Student Funding http://uscprssa.com/ 32 32 Letter to the Editor: Beware of Misleading Energy Campaigns https://uscprssa.com/2022/06/25/letter-to-the-editor-beware-of-misleading-energy-campaigns/ Sat, 25 Jun 2022 08:00:29 +0000 https://uscprssa.com/2022/06/25/letter-to-the-editor-beware-of-misleading-energy-campaigns/ If you were at the polls on June 14, you may have spoken of a campaign called “No Blank Checks” also known as “Maine Affordable Energy”. They may have given you a compelling sales pitch for how voters should approve of any project over a billion dollars. Sounds like a good idea! But this land […]]]>

If you were at the polls on June 14, you may have spoken of a campaign called “No Blank Checks” also known as “Maine Affordable Energy”. They may have given you a compelling sales pitch for how voters should approve of any project over a billion dollars.

Sounds like a good idea! But this land is a Trojan horse used by CMP and their foreign parent company, Iberdrola, to obstruct and interfere with Maine’s democratic process!

Maine’s ballot initiative system is a hallowed form of direct democracy that not all states enjoy. Unfortunately, companies often abuse our system. They can quickly and easily pour millions of their corporate dollars into creating deceptive referendums to confuse the people of Maine about the true grassroots efforts. In the case of No Blank Checks, they are imposing an unnecessary law that exists solely to maintain their monopoly and massive profits. Our legislature and our infrastructure should not have to be punished just because some foreign company wants things to go as planned.

Please do not support or sign any No Blank Checks campaign petitions. They’re organized by a DC-based company that uses out-of-state petition collectors from faraway states like Texas and California who don’t know the history of these issues and won’t live with the consequences. Most frustratingly, No Blank Checks is funded by the profits CMP has made from Mainers’ price gouging for our electricity!

Keep corporate money out of our politics!

Guillaume Hardy
Sanford

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Audrey Henson raises $250,000 in first two weeks of HD 60 campaign https://uscprssa.com/2022/06/23/audrey-henson-raises-250000-in-first-two-weeks-of-hd-60-campaign/ Thu, 23 Jun 2022 17:24:34 +0000 https://uscprssa.com/2022/06/23/audrey-henson-raises-250000-in-first-two-weeks-of-hd-60-campaign/ Pinellas businesswoman Audrey Henson has raised $259,300 since launching its campaign for House District 60 just under two weeks ago. Henson’s campaign announced that the money raised comes without transferring funds from his campaign account to the previous Congress. Henson was previously a candidate for Florida’s 13th congressional district, but in early June, dropped their […]]]>

Pinellas businesswoman Audrey Henson has raised $259,300 since launching its campaign for House District 60 just under two weeks ago.

Henson’s campaign announced that the money raised comes without transferring funds from his campaign account to the previous Congress. Henson was previously a candidate for Florida’s 13th congressional district, but in early June, dropped their campaign to stream it in HD 60.

“Democrats assume Lower Pinellas is theirs, and for more than a decade Liberals have taken the greats of St. Pete and Pinellas Park for granted by using that seat as a springboard for higher political aspirations,” he said. Henson said in a statement.

“Their DC talking points will no longer work as out of touch politicians lead our country into a recession as inflation and gas prices continue to soar. Having raised over $250,000 in just two weeks, I have proven that there is not just the enthusiasm to overthrow this siege, but the resources to get our message across.

Henson’s campaign provided the latest fundraising update. More details will be available when applicants’ financial reports are due. At the end of March, Henson also had $212,687 in cash in his congressional campaign account, according to the most recent data available from the Federal Election Commission.

Henson will head straight into the general election against the Democratic nominee Lindsay To cross, environmental specialist. The district is analogous to that now held by Rep. Ben Diamonda St. Petersburg Democrat who also recently released the CD competition 13. The diamond has approved Cross as his preferred successor.

The Republican candidate will likely need a big war chest as she tries to tip the district red. About 54.92% of voters in the new district voted for president Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election, when only 43.51% supported donald Asset.

While Henson has made big gains in the fundraising game, Cross has always maintained a successful fundraising campaign. Since entering the race, Cross’s campaign has raised $160,904 and his affiliate political committee has raised $11,850, in addition to $16,951 carried over from a previous Senate race in 2018.


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Hochul campaign declares ‘imminent victory’ in primary https://uscprssa.com/2022/06/21/hochul-campaign-declares-imminent-victory-in-primary/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 22:21:28 +0000 https://uscprssa.com/2022/06/21/hochul-campaign-declares-imminent-victory-in-primary/ ALBANY — Gov. Kathy Hochul’s campaign said a week before the Democratic gubernatorial primary that her “imminent victory … was not a downhill course.” The prediction that she will win the primary was made in a press email the day after a similar outburst was sent to campaign supporters with the caveatous subject line, “We […]]]>

ALBANY — Gov. Kathy Hochul’s campaign said a week before the Democratic gubernatorial primary that her “imminent victory … was not a downhill course.”

The prediction that she will win the primary was made in a press email the day after a similar outburst was sent to campaign supporters with the caveatous subject line, “We can’t take this race for granted”. He asked supporters to contribute financially to the campaign because “any amount will help Kathy Hochul win this primary (and) prepare for our upcoming challenges”.

In the press email sent Tuesday night by Hochul’s campaign, he boasted that the governor had “raised a historic $34 million in 10 months” and that she had “$12.7 million cash towards the home stretch of the primary and a solid war chest to help kick off the general election.”

Hochul’s campaign has garnered nearly twice as much as all other campaigns, including Democratic and Republican candidates, since entering the race.

The lengthy email detailed Hochul’s campaign spending across a wide range of paid advertising, including TV, radio and digital platforms.

“With one week to go, Governor Kathy Hochul is on course for a dominant victory in the New York gubernatorial primary and will enter the general election with momentum and broad support thanks to her decisive leadership and ability to solve the problems of New Yorkers in a collaborative way,” reads the campaign email, attributed to campaign manager Brian Lenzmeier.

Jason Elan, spokesman for U.S. Rep. Tom Suozzi, one of Hochul’s Democratic challengers, said Hochul’s campaign memo “reads exactly like his term; ‘insiders to raise $30 million from those who do business with the state, while serious issues like crime, taxes and affordability are barely mentioned.’

“Tom Suozzi has built a core of supporters across the state who are excited to vote for him because they know that not only is he the only Democratic candidate with the experience and executive record to fight the crime and taxes, but he’s our best bet to defeat any of the Republicans in November,” Elan added.

Early voting in the race began on Saturday and continues through Sunday. The results of these declarations are not yet public. The official gubernatorial primary for both parties is June 28 and also features candidates for lieutenant governor and some Assembly races if a voter is registered with a major party.

Hochul is also facing a Democratic challenge from New York public attorney Jumaane Williams, D-Brooklyn. Suozzi took the moderate route in the race while Williams is the progressive candidate for the Working Families Party.

The campaign email explosion came hours after the New York Times published an article with the title: “Will Kathy Hochul’s low-key primary come at a cost? Allies fear it will.” The story details concerns about voter outreach for Hochul’s campaign by influential Democrats in the state, including former U.S. Representative Charles B. Rangel of Harlem.

The Times story also noted concerns among political insiders about Lt. Governor Antonio Delgado’s viability of winning the election after he left Congress weeks ago to accept Hochul’s nomination to be his new lieutenant governor. following the indictment and resignation of the former lieutenant governor. Brian Benjamin. Progressive activist Ana Maria Archila of Brooklyn is considered a legitimate candidate for lieutenant governor and has been campaigning for months.

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.hack franchise 20th anniversary trailer; Celebration Campaigns and Merchandise https://uscprssa.com/2022/06/20/hack-franchise-20th-anniversary-trailer-celebration-campaigns-and-merchandise/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 06:24:40 +0000 https://uscprssa.com/2022/06/20/hack-franchise-20th-anniversary-trailer-celebration-campaigns-and-merchandise/ Bandai Namco has released the 20th anniversary trailer for the .To hack franchise, pointing to several celebratory campaigns including the following: .To hack 20th Anniversary Book – July 19, 2022 release date; contains visuals and developer interviews covering the entire series alongside the original manga .To hack 20th Anniversary Exhibition from August 9, 2022 to […]]]>

Bandai Namco has released the 20th anniversary trailer for the .To hack franchise, pointing to several celebratory campaigns including the following:

  • .To hack 20th Anniversary Book – July 19, 2022 release date; contains visuals and developer interviews covering the entire series alongside the original manga
  • .To hack 20th Anniversary Exhibition from August 9, 2022 to August 28, 2022 to Yurakucho Marui residing in Chiyoda, Tokyo
  • .To hack 20th Game Art Works Book – December 2022 Release Window
  • .To hack 20th best -3 albums released in December 2022; More than 30 titles + new ones

Several publication sales will also take place exclusively in Japan, visible via the official site. Moreover, the 20th Anniversary Twitter account will share new information.

You can see the English and Japanese trailers for the .To hack 20th anniversary of the franchise below:


Developed by CyberConnect2, .To hack// is a multimedia franchise that includes several games, anime, manga, and novels. While the original PS2 quadrilogy was set in the fictional VRMMORPG The World:R1 and followed the adventures of Kite and Black Rose, the GU the games focus on Haseo’s search for Tri-Edge in the revised The World R:2.

Along with the new fourth entry, the remastered collection features improved gameplay, higher resolution graphics, and new character models. This includes a better frame rate and fixes for some systems that initially held back the experience, along with tweaks that have streamlined the experience and brought it up to more modern quality expectations.

.hack//GU last recode is currently available on PlayStation 4 and PC via Steam and Nintendo Switch.

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Govt. Mills campaigns with familiar Farmington faces https://uscprssa.com/2022/06/16/govt-mills-campaigns-with-familiar-farmington-faces/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 22:00:35 +0000 https://uscprssa.com/2022/06/16/govt-mills-campaigns-with-familiar-farmington-faces/ Gov. Janet Mills met with constituents, families and friends at a campaign event in her hometown of Farmington on Tuesday, June 14. Franklin County Democrats held the event at the Homestead Kitchen in downtown Farmington on primary election night where Mills and former Republican Gov. Paul LePage won nominations in their respective parties. Mills said […]]]>

Gov. Janet Mills met with constituents, families and friends at a campaign event in her hometown of Farmington on Tuesday, June 14. Franklin County Democrats held the event at the Homestead Kitchen in downtown Farmington on primary election night where Mills and former Republican Gov. Paul LePage won nominations in their respective parties. Mills said she wants “Franklin County to continue to be represented … in the governor’s office for the next four years.” Pictured, Governor Mills and George Doiron lead a vocal to Woody Guthrie’s ‘This Land is Your Land’. Doiron and Gov. Mills have previously sung together in parades.

Governor Janet Mills makes remarks during a gubernatorial campaign event hosted by Franklin County Democrats in downtown Farmington on Tuesday, June 14.

Governor Janet Mills laughs as George Doiron sings for her during a gubernatorial campaign event in downtown Farmington on Tuesday, June 14. Doiron sang a special rendition of “It’s Only a Paper Moon” by Ella Fitzgerald with altered lyrics pleading for Mills’ re-election in November. Mills will face former Republican Gov. Paul LePage for governor. Both won their respective parties’ nominations in Tuesday’s primary elections.

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Trump expected to campaign for Miller, but still hasn’t endorsed Illinois gubernatorial candidate – NBC Chicago https://uscprssa.com/2022/06/14/trump-expected-to-campaign-for-miller-but-still-hasnt-endorsed-illinois-gubernatorial-candidate-nbc-chicago/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 23:00:44 +0000 https://uscprssa.com/2022/06/14/trump-expected-to-campaign-for-miller-but-still-hasnt-endorsed-illinois-gubernatorial-candidate-nbc-chicago/ Former President Donald Trump is expected to hold a rally in support of Representative Mary Miller next weekend, but he has yet to endorse any of the candidates currently running for Illinois governor. According to Republican insiders, Trump is expected to appear in Quincy for a Miller campaign rally, as she seeks to bring down […]]]>

Former President Donald Trump is expected to hold a rally in support of Representative Mary Miller next weekend, but he has yet to endorse any of the candidates currently running for Illinois governor.

According to Republican insiders, Trump is expected to appear in Quincy for a Miller campaign rally, as she seeks to bring down fellow incumbent Rep. Rodney Davis.

Trump has already held a fundraiser for Miller at home during this year’s election cycle, and Miller is campaigning hard in hopes of bringing down Davis and keeping his redesigned seat in Congress.

According to Quincy Mayor Mike Troup, the former president is expected to appear at a June 25 rally, just days before the June 28 Illinois primary. The rally is scheduled to take place at the county’s fairgrounds, but no official announcement has been made. .

It’s also unclear if any Republican gubernatorial candidates will show up at the rally. Trump has yet to endorse the race, but several candidates, including State Sen. Darren Bailey, are still hopeful they will receive the former president’s backing.

“It’s a process, and when you get to that status, you wait,” Bailey said. “We’ve had some amazing opportunities to have conversations with him and seek that (support), and now we’re waiting.”

While Bailey and other gubernatorial candidates have indicated they would welcome Trump’s support, Aurora Mayor Richard Irvin, considered Bailey’s main challenger in the election, did not indicate that he was looking for that approval.

“I’m running for governor of Illinois,” he said in a televised forum in May. “I seek the approval of the voters of the State of Illinois.”

Some polls have shown Bailey leading Irvin in the gubernatorial primary race, including one recently conducted by the Chicago Sun-Times and WBEZ. Of Republicans polled in this poll, 67% say they did not believe Trump lost the 2020 election, despite there being no evidence of widespread voter fraud in President Joe Biden’s election.

Illinois Governor JB Pritzker ran ads criticizing Irvin, and the Democratic Governors Association also ran ads criticizing Bailey’s campaign platform as “too conservative” for voters in the US. Illinois.

Asked about Trump’s potential appearance in the state for a rally, Pritzker criticized the former president as unpopular in Illinois.

“This state has turned him down by 17 percentage points,” he said of the 2020 election. “If he wants to come here and thinks he’s going to be popular here, he’s got something else coming .”

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Campaign peacefully, Governor Bala tells parties and politicians https://uscprssa.com/2022/06/13/campaign-peacefully-governor-bala-tells-parties-and-politicians/ Mon, 13 Jun 2022 07:10:00 +0000 https://uscprssa.com/2022/06/13/campaign-peacefully-governor-bala-tells-parties-and-politicians/ Governor Bala Mohammed called on political parties and candidates for various elective offices to persuade their members and supporters to be law-abiding and peaceful in conducting their election campaigns ahead of the 2023 elections. He said the peaceful conduct of the recent political party primary elections was a testament to the entrenchment of democratic values […]]]>

Governor Bala Mohammed called on political parties and candidates for various elective offices to persuade their members and supporters to be law-abiding and peaceful in conducting their election campaigns ahead of the 2023 elections.

He said the peaceful conduct of the recent political party primary elections was a testament to the entrenchment of democratic values ​​and norms in the country’s political system, and expressed confidence that this attribute would be replicated in the upcoming general elections. .

The Governor, in a goodwill message to mark Democracy Day 2022 in Bauchi yesterday, June 12, happily noted that the primary elections for all political parties in preparation for the 2023 general election were peaceful.

He reiterated his administration’s commitment to deliver more democracy dividends to the people of the state, and called for their continued support and cooperation in achieving the noble goal.

On health service delivery, the governor keeps reiterating his approval nearly a year ago for hiring 100 doctors to run state health facilities amid staff shortages had continued to hunt witches in state health facilities.

Governor reportedly recently said his government recruited a number of medical staff but refused to accept appointments for low pay, when Health Ministry inquiries confirmed none had been recruited into the wards of State.

The approval of the recruitment of medical staff about a year ago was also accompanied by the commitment of 1,060 medical students / paramedics under an initial training program to fill the human resource gap for the health sector, an approval which has also not been implemented.

He, however, said in the Democracy Day message: “So our government has given great importance to health care delivery services. To demonstrate our commitment to the health sub-sector, our government has allocated 16.2% of the 2022 state budget to the sub-sector, which is above the Abuja declaration of 15%.

“We have built four new general hospitals in Azare, Dambam, Warji and Duguri. Primary health centers were built and renovated throughout the state, one in each of the 323 neighborhoods. Hospital equipment, furniture and electromedical equipment were also provided to health facilities across the state.

According to the governor, there is no better alternative to democracy as a form of government that gives the people the right to choose who rules them and how they want to be ruled.

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Suspicious campaigns target Qatar-ILO cooperation: Al Marri https://uscprssa.com/2022/06/11/suspicious-campaigns-target-qatar-ilo-cooperation-al-marri/ Sat, 11 Jun 2022 05:34:00 +0000 https://uscprssa.com/2022/06/11/suspicious-campaigns-target-qatar-ilo-cooperation-al-marri/ Geneva: The Ministry of Labor organized a meeting with representatives of the regional offices of the International Labor Organization (ILO), on the sidelines of the 110th session of the International Labor Conference currently being held in Geneva. The organization of the meeting was part of the strategy of the Ministry of Labor to communicate with […]]]>

Geneva: The Ministry of Labor organized a meeting with representatives of the regional offices of the International Labor Organization (ILO), on the sidelines of the 110th session of the International Labor Conference currently being held in Geneva.

The organization of the meeting was part of the strategy of the Ministry of Labor to communicate with international organizations to inform them of the latest developments in the labor sector in Qatar, in particular the reforms that Qatar has implemented. to improve the working environment.

During the meeting, the Minister of Labour, HE Dr. Ali bin Smaikh Al Marri, highlighted the latest fundamental reforms in the labor sector in the State of Qatar, noting that the progress made in improving the working environment is the result of fruitful cooperation with the ILO. .

He noted the need for more joint efforts between the Ministry of Labor and the ILO to see the mechanisms for implementing the labor reforms that have been approved, which has made Qatar a model in development and modernization of labor legislation.

The Minister added: “We are expected to see an increase in suspicious campaigns against Qatar in the coming period, particularly with the imminent hosting of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. “.

He explained that these campaigns are misleading and spread claims that have no basis or validity or are based on real data. The Minister said that these campaigns are aimed at joint technical cooperation between the State of Qatar and the ILO.

He stressed that the State of Qatar was and remains open to dialogue with various international organizations to achieve the desired goal within the framework of the Qatar National Vision 2030, improving the working environment and developing and updating permanent labor law.

He stressed that the State of Qatar appreciates the joint efforts made in the framework of the partnership with the ILO, which have led to real reforms in the country’s labor sector.

For their part, the representatives of the regional offices of the ILO affirmed that Qatar has made great progress in the development of legislation and laws in the labor sector, which have directly contributed to the improvement of the working environment. and working conditions of expatriate workers in Qatar. The meeting took place in the presence of the Deputy Director-General of the ILO, HE Moussa Oumarou, the directors of the regional offices of the ILO and a number of its senior officials.

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How LGBTQ+ TikTok Influencers Navigate Pride Month Campaigns https://uscprssa.com/2022/06/09/how-lgbtq-tiktok-influencers-navigate-pride-month-campaigns/ Thu, 09 Jun 2022 14:16:13 +0000 https://uscprssa.com/2022/06/09/how-lgbtq-tiktok-influencers-navigate-pride-month-campaigns/ TikTok audiences tend to support creators who work with brands to make money, wrote McTavish of Virtue Worldwide. “To look at Doja Cat and Taco Bellor more specifically, look at the comments from users applauding Doja for getting this branded bag,” she said. Another way to work authentically with queer creators is to hire them […]]]>

TikTok audiences tend to support creators who work with brands to make money, wrote McTavish of Virtue Worldwide. “To look at Doja Cat and Taco Bellor more specifically, look at the comments from users applauding Doja for getting this branded bag,” she said.

Another way to work authentically with queer creators is to hire them to consult on campaigns, even if they’re not part of the creative, said Jones of Digital Brands Architects. Veyssi, for his part, consulted certain brands with, what they call, a “problematic history”, to help course-correct.

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Depending on the brand, queer creators can also ask brands to donate a portion of a campaign’s sales to an LGBTQ+ organization. Veyssi asked Dolce Vita to donate to The Trevor Project, a non-profit organization that focuses on suicide prevention among LGBTQ+ people, as part of their Pride campaign. Mulvaney said she would donate everything she earns from the TikTok Creators Fund and the Instagram Reels Bonus Fund to the organization For the Gworls, which provides support for black trans women.

Veyssi also recommends brands ask queer creators they work with to recommend them to other creators in the community. “A lot of the industry is made up of referrals, but they’re often the same people,” Veyssi said. “I have so many creative friends that I would recommend, and it mutually benefits my community.”

Pride content is the same for year-round content when it comes to creator-trusted brands. “These LGBTQ+ creators have so many sides that resonate outside of the queer community — they’re parents, athletes, and small business owners,” Jones said. “Support them now and throughout the year.”

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Eric Swalwell’s campaign knocked nearly $60,000 off travel in six weeks, including hotels in Miami and Paris https://uscprssa.com/2022/06/07/eric-swalwells-campaign-knocked-nearly-60000-off-travel-in-six-weeks-including-hotels-in-miami-and-paris/ Tue, 07 Jun 2022 06:10:10 +0000 https://uscprssa.com/2022/06/07/eric-swalwells-campaign-knocked-nearly-60000-off-travel-in-six-weeks-including-hotels-in-miami-and-paris/ NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! California Democratic Representative by Eric Swalwell The campaign slashed nearly $60,000 in travel costs in just six weeks, including to a Miami Beach hotspot and hotel in Paris, France, campaign fundraising records show. The Swawell campaign choice posh hotels offer nightly prices between $400 and $3,700, and […]]]>

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California Democratic Representative by Eric Swalwell The campaign slashed nearly $60,000 in travel costs in just six weeks, including to a Miami Beach hotspot and hotel in Paris, France, campaign fundraising records show.

The Swawell campaign choice posh hotels offer nightly prices between $400 and $3,700, and the committee has also handed out large sums on plane tickets.

According United States Census Bureau According to the data, the $57,094 in travel expenses the campaign tallied between April 1 and May 18 was just $10,000 less than the median U.S. household wage in 2020.

SWALWELL SPENT THOUSANDS OF CAMPAIGN DOLLARS ON ALCOHOL AND LIMO SERVICES, $20,000 AT THE HOTEL WHERE HIS WIFE WORKED

WASHINGTON, DC – JUNE 17: Representative Eric Swalwell (D-CA) delivers remarks during House Judiciary Committee markup on HR 7120, the “George Floyd Justice in Policing Act of 2020,” on Capitol Hill on June 17 2020 in Washington, DC. The bill addresses police reforms in the United States and includes provisions to address police misconduct and excessive use of force.
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Swalwell’s campaign, which consists of two paid employeeslost thousands of dollars to luxury hotels in prime vacation spots, including $4,708 to Loews Miami Beachwhere rooms cost guests anywhere from $400 for the city view to $3,700 for the presidential suite, its website says.

The campaign also distributed $1,752 to the five-star La Maison Champs-Elysees hotel in Paris, France, where overnight rooms cost between $1,000 and $1,200 per night.

“La Maison Champs-Elysées in the heart of Paris’ “Golden Triangle” is an elegant marriage of contemporary lines and understated luxury, this very special nonconformist hotel teases our expectations, with theatrical elements, a subtle and relaxed atmosphere, and personal attention”, the The Hotel de Paris website reads.

Outside of swanky hotels that are far from his neighborhood, the highest spending came from United Airlines, where Swalwell’s campaign dropped $13,312 on flights. His committee also spent $7,815 on American Airlines flights and nearly $1,300 on Alaska Airlines tickets.

The Cadillac congressman also appeared to continue his luxury limo kick, spending nearly $6,000 on such services, according to the revelations. Swalwell’s campaign also spent $1,452 on Lyft rides and $1,055 on Uber rides.

Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., listens during a U.S. House Judiciary Committee hearing on political influence on law enforcement activities, including one who worked on the investigation Russian Special Counsel Robert Mueller, in Washington, June 24, 2020. Anna Moneymaker / Pool via REUTERS

Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., listens during a U.S. House Judiciary Committee hearing on political influence on law enforcement activities, including one who worked on the investigation Russian Special Counsel Robert Mueller, in Washington, June 24, 2020. Anna Moneymaker / Pool via REUTERS
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Swalwell’s committee, meanwhile, spent more on travel in six weeks than it did on “communications advice” and “fundraising services” combined, according to the filings.

The new spending follows a lavish spending pattern by the California Democrat. Swalwell’s campaign dropped tens of thousands of dollars on liquor and limo services last year, and he also spent more than $20,000 on the luxury hotel where his wife worked.

Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calf., votes to approve the second article of impeachment against President Donald Trump during a House Judiciary Committee meeting, Friday, Dec. 13, 2019, on Capitol Hill in Washington.

Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calf., votes to approve the second article of impeachment against President Donald Trump during a House Judiciary Committee meeting, Friday, Dec. 13, 2019, on Capitol Hill in Washington.
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The tens of thousands of campaign dollars include limo services, luxury hotels, high-end restaurants and liquor delivery services in the second quarter, according to FEC records reviewed by Fox News.

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More than $20,000 of campaign funds went to luxury hotels, including the Ritz Carlton, Half Moon Bay, where Swalwell’s wife was sales manager until 2019, according to her LinkedIn profile.

Swalwell’s campaign did not respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.

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