Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) made headlines Tuesday by saying low-income Americans may have to choose between health insurance and a new iPhone.
A Utah physician, who is considering a run against Chaffetz in 2018, is making hay of his remarks.
Kathryn Allen, a Democrat looking into a long-shot bid to unseat Chaffetz, has a Crowdpac fundraising page that’s been flooded with pledges of campaign cash since the Utah congressman’s gaffe spread across the web.
Allen raised $40,000 in just a day — and broke a record on the political fundraising platform Crowdpac. Read more (3/8/17 9:44 AM)