The budget proposal issued by Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) is still a hazard for Republican candidates, more than a year after the proposal’s initial release.
Republican candidates continue to find themselves on the defensive about what the plan will actually do, especially to Medicare, and Democrats continue to make claims about the dire consequences if it were to become law.
The Washington Post's Ed O'Keefe reports from central New York about Ann Marie
Buerkle getting questions on her vote for Ryan's budget. The scene he sets
at a town hall has her on the defensive, with liberal activists handing out
flyers accusing her of cutting funding to entitlements to give tax breaks to the
Read O'Keefe's story here.