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November 02, 2006 10:49 PM UTC

It's got to gall Bush and Cheney to try to rescue the CFG endorsed candidates, now Walberg's turn.

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  • by: DemoGirl

Looks like the Club for Growth is actually “Growing” more Democrat elected officials into office and “Growing” more lawsuits against itself alleging illegal co-ordination. 
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WASHINGTON – Republican Tim Walberg seemed to have an easy shot at a congressional seat after he beat a more moderate GOP incumbent in a southern Michigan district that rarely elects Democrats.

The Washington-based Club for Growth, a conservative group, put more than $1 million into the race in support of Walberg, prompting Schwarz to file a complaint with the Federal Election Commission alleging illegal coordination between the Walberg campaign and the special-interest group.

Schwarz has declined to endorse Walberg in the general election, leading some to question whether independent and moderate Republicans may sit out the election or vote for Renier.

But in the closing weeks of the campaign, Walberg’s support has remained under 50 percent in polling against his largely unknown Democratic opponent, organic farmer Sharon Renier, while dealing with fallout from a campaign staffer who resigned after facing charges that he struck his 9-year-old foster son.

National Republicans are sending in reinforcements. First Lady Laura Bush is appearing in Battle Creek on Thursday to rally Republicans in the region, more than three weeks after Vice President Dick Cheney headlined a fundraiser in the Lansing area that helped Walberg’s campaign.
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