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Democrat Harley Rouda will challenge GOP Rep. Dana Rohrabacher in the 48th Congressional District in November after his opponent Hans Keirstead conceded the second-place spot in the June 5 primary. [Read More]
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A Republican primary in New York's 11th Congressional District pits Representative Dan Donovan against Michael Grimm, a felon who once held the seat. [Read More]
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Republican Rep. Bob Goodlatte has invited White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders back to Lexington, Virginia, saying the rude reception she received at the Red Hen restaurant didn't reflect the "kind and caring people" of his district. Mr. Goodlatte, who represents the Sixth Congressional District, reached out Saturday to ... [Read More]
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The Democratic primary for the 7th Congressional District is heating up and will come down to on-the-ground support, said Ayanna Pressley, a Boston city councilor who is challenging U.S. Rep. Michael E. Capuano for the seat. "I am encouraged, I know we've run a very competitive race and things are very tight," Pressley said yesterday. "When we first stepped out the chasm was in double digits, and I have every reason to believe right now we're in single digits." [Read More]
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On Tuesday, voters will go to the polls for the first Democratic primary in the NY-21 Congressional District in recent history. [Read More]
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Democrats took to the most conservative congressional district in Nevada today for their state party convention as Republicans rallied in the heavily Democratic Clark County. U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren headlined the ... [Read More]
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Katie Arrington, a Republican candidate in a South Carolina congressional district, was in serious condition after a car crash late Friday, her spokesman said. [Read More]
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Katie Arrington, who upset Rep. Mark Sanford for the Republican 1st Congressional District nomination two weeks ago in South Carolina, was involved a fatal car accident late Friday, with Arrington sustaining serious injuries requiring surgery, the Post and Courier reports. Arrington, who received th... The post GOP candidate Arrington — who ousted Mark Sanford in primary — hospitalized after head-on car crash appeared first on Raw Story. [Read More]
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An independent state lawmaker believes Maine's new ranked-choice voting system will help his bid to unseat a popular Democratic congresswoman in the state's 1st Congressional District. Democrat-turned-independent Marty Grohman believes the voting system designed to reveal a consensus winner through ballot rankings and extra tabulations gives ... [Read More]
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Two Cabinet secretaries reappointed by Gov. Larry Hogan won their case in court this week while a group challenging Maryland's 6th Congressional District was not as successful. The Maryland Court o…... [Read More]
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Editor's note: This is the fourth in a series of profiles of candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives from Connecticut's 5th Congressional District. WATERTOWN - Longtime manufacturing leader Rich DuPont has spent a lifetime building things in Connecticut. His father was a tool and die maker in Waterbury, where he grew up and learned the machines in their small family shop. He went on to become an executive of Waterbury's Mirror Polishing and Plating for more than two decades before striking out on his own to build his consulting firm, Resource Development Associates. [Read More]
Democratic candidates in the 23rd Congressional District and Rep. Tom Reed have filed their last campaign finance reports before Tuesday's Democratic primary. [Read More]
As the Democratic primary campaign in the 23rd Congressional District enters its final weekend before Tuesday's vote, Eddie Sundquist raised questions of Tracy Mitrano's primary residence. [Read More]
Ian Golden, running for Congress in the five-way 23rd Congressional District Democratic primary attended a candlelight vigil in Jamestown Tuesday night to acknowledge the migrant children being forcibly removed from... [Read More]
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A two-time congressional hopeful is throwing his support behind a third-party candidate.Democrat Christian Cano announced June 14 that he is endorsing Libertarian Jeff Scott for North Carolina's 9th Congressional District seat currently held by lame-duck Republican Rep. [Read More]
Cops were called on constituents seeking a meeting with their Congressman. by Rich Smith "Get these...uh...middle-aged people off their Congressional representatives lawn!!!" Indivisible Washington 8 Thursday afternoon members... [Read More]
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U.S. Rep. Randy Hultgren announced that 11 students from the 14th Congressional District have been selected to attend U.S. military service academies as the Class of 2022. Hultgren hosted the selected students – including one from McHenry and one from Crystal Lake – at a formal reception at the Campton Hills district office. Factors such as academic achievement, strong character, leadership skills, physical aptitude and exceptional motivation are taken into consideration for... [Read More]
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By Justin Wingerter Staff Writer jwingerter@oklahoman.com On a recent Monday in northwest Oklahoma City, Elysabeth Britt stood in the garage of a political supporter as the man, after apologizing for being shirtless, discussed his car. "That's what people want," said Britt, a Democratic candidate for Congress, as she climbed back into her Jaguar after the conversation. [Read More]
All political candidates pound the pavement, but not many do it in running shoes. "Hi, I'm Michael DeVito. I'm literally running for Congress," DeVito says, greeting a surprised teenager named Justin Smith on a Staten Island Sidewalk, "and my team says that if I want to get my runs in every day I have to go out and introduce myself to the community. Do you see yourself voting?" The 45-year-old youth counselor, US Marine veteran and marathon runner has been crisscrossing Staten Island, breaking his stride to hand out flyers, talk to local residents about their concerns,... [Read More]
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