Times are tough.
Millions are without jobs.
Businesses are shuttered.
Stock values are plunging.
As the American economy sputters amid the coronavirus pandemic, the political show goes on as candidates delicately raise money in a difficult climate.
In the last month, fundraising efforts — in federal and state races — moved forward as candidates raced to fuel their campaigns for the upcoming election season.
It makes candidates — Republicans and Democrats alike — carefully balance how to solicit money while being sensitive to the difficult times that the coronavirus pandemic presents.
Take 2nd Congressional District hopeful Jake LaTurner, for instance, who shut down raising . . .