Former Mayor and current Brady Campaign head Paul Helmke seems to be encouraging -- or at least delighting in -- one-issue voting. Guess which issue:
The Indiana primary . . . could result in some long-time NRA favorites in the GOP taking some serious hits.
Most prominently, the NRA seems to have taken an “anybody but Coats” approach to the Republican U.S. Senate primary for the open seat being vacated by Evan Bayh.
On April 22, the “National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund” sent out a mailer highlighting that “only one” of the three leading candidates for the GOP nomination had “cast anti-gun votes during his tenure in office.” In particular, the NRA is angry that “In 1993,