Andrew Cuomo won a decisive victory on Tuesday night in the New York Gubernatorial primary. However, his closest opposition had a far better showing than expected.
Author: Charles Winters
In a new television commercial, a GOP Senate candidate from Oregon is coming out in favor of same-sex marriage. Dr. Monica Wehby released an ad Tuesday in which stands up for the gay plaintiffs who have sued the state over its gay marriage ban.
You can watch the ad for Monica Wehby’s Senate campaign here:
Wehby debuted the on Politico.com before it hit the airwaves Tuesday.
She told the website,
“My opponent keeps trying to paint me as an extreme right-wing Republican, and that’s actually not who I am,” she said in a phone interview. “I’m a very independent-minded person, like our state. I’ve always felt government should stay out of it. This isn’t a change in thought for me at all.”
The man who appears in the ad with Dr. Wehby is Ben West, a plaintiff in the lawsuit that successfully struck down the Oregon gay marriage ban earlier this year.
[Editor's note: This article contains Big Brother spoilers that won't air until Tuesday, September 8th at 8/7c on CBS.]
It’s week number 11 inside the Big Brother 16 house, and only five houseguests remain in the game. On Monday the Power of Veto ceremony was held for the week. In an unusual twist, the whole thing played out on the feeds that air live from the Big Brother house. It could have been a slip-up on their part, but chances are it wasn’t. The Power of Veto doesn’t really matter this week, because no one will be evicted on Wednesday night’s live episode. That’s because the Big Brother houseguests hit the #BBrewind button. They don’t know it yet, but this whole week will be rewound and replayed starting on Wednesday night.
In this Big Brother spoilers report, we’ll reveal whether or not the Power of Veto was used. Only keep reading if you want to know what has already happened in the Big Brother house but hasn’t aired yet on CBS.