As of October 5, Grijalva still owed the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee $140,000 in DCCC dues, possibly resulting in the DCCC not yet officially jumping into the race to support Grijalva, but McClung has a feeling they will be supporting him soon.
“We’re out there fighting, we’re neck and neck. The progressives are coming out to defend him and the conservative grassroots are coming out to defend me.”
UPDATE: News broke this week that Grijalva helpedsecure diplomatic courtesy letters for the anti-Iraq war group Code Pink to visit Fallujah back in 2004. Code Pink gave $600,000 worth of humanitarian aid to America's enemies on the trip.
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