Bill Scher

Campaign for America's Future / Politico / Real Clear Politics

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Bill Scher is the online campaign manager for the Campaign for America's Future, a progressive advocacy group and a contributor to Politico magazine and to Real Clear Politics.

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Matthew Spencer Petersen is up for a seat on US District Court for the District of Columbia, but at a hearing Wednesday he failed a legal quiz when he couldn't answer straightforward…

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