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Florida Rep. Ron DeSantis announced Wednesday he is running for Floridas open Senate seat, becoming the first well-known Republican to enter whats expected to be among the most competitive races of the cycle.
Former West Virginia Democratic Party Chairman Nick Casey is considering challenging freshman Republican Rep. Alex Mooney, who narrowly beat him last year for the open seat long held by GOP Sen. Shelley Moore Capito.
Republican Dan Donovan easily won a special election in New Yorks 11th District Tuesday night, solidifying his role as the successor to disgraced ex-Rep. Michael G. Grimm.
Republican Daniel Donovan is expected to cruise to victory Tuesday in the special election to replace disgraced former Rep. Michael G. Grimm, R-N.Y.
Illinois state Sen. Darin LaHood raised more than $500,000 in five weeks since entering the special election to replace Republican Aaron Schock, according to figures provided first to CQ Roll Call.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee endorsed Florida Rep. Patrick Murphy for Senate Monday, perhaps trying to head off a primary as a second candidate prepares to enter the race.
Scott Howell doesnt remember Jan. 25.
ROCKVILLE, Md. Maryland Reps. Donna Edwards and Chris Van Hollen faced off for the first time Sunday, showcasing sharply different styles as they vie for the Democratic nomination for Senate.
Illinois Rep. Robin Kelly met with the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee about a possible Senate bid, according to a source with knowledge of the meeting.
A Koch brothers-backed group is making a new push to persuade Hispanics to vote for conservative candidates in the 2016 elections.
The National Republican Congressional Committee added eight more members to its Patriot program Friday, according to a list provided first to CQ Roll Call.
Railing against the influence of money in politics, Vermont Sen. Bernard Sanders laid out a blueprint for a presidential campaign in his first press conference since announcing his candidacy for the Democratic nomination.
Updated 10:55 a.m. | Running for president is hard. But its even harder to do while balancing the ethics rules of your day job on Capitol Hill.
Virginia Rep. Barbara Comstock was the only Republican among the nine Washington, D.C.-area members who issued a joint statement Wednesday expressing their disappointment with a proposal for deep funding cuts to the Washington Metropolitan Area Transportation Authority.
If Democrats can turn out millennial voters for the presidential race in 2016, their downballot candidates may just get the boost theyre looking for from the 18- to 29-year-old crowd.