The Democratic powerhouse is in New York City Thursday for Off the Sideline's kick-off funder. Gillibrand wants to double her 2012 haul for women candidates.
There are a few cable news folks out there who feel the need to mention Elizabeth Colbert Busch's brother before —and sometimes instead of— her name when talking about the Democratic candidate for South Carolina's 1st congressional district.
The comedian and television host headlined a $5,200-per-plate dinner Saturday at a private home. Roasted chicken and brussels sprouts were on the menu.
Elizabeth Colbert-Busch, an administrator at Clemson University, will file papers for the South Carolina special election. "Our best chance to beat Sanford."