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Updated 4:20 p.m. | Former state Rep. Pat Murphy, D-Iowa, will announce a bid for the Iowa House seat he lost in 2014, according to a source with knowledge of Murphys plans.
Arizona State Sen. Barbara McGuire, a Democrat, said Monday she is considering a run for the Democratic nomination in the states 1st Congressional District.
Mondays big election law news came from the Supreme Courts penultimate decision of the term upholding Arizonas congressional districts.
Sen. Ted Cruz is suggesting current Majority Leader Mitch McConnell misled him about the objectives of the National Republican Senatorial Committee last cycle.
Updated 11:20 a.m. | The Supreme Court upheld Arizonas congressional map Monday, declaring in a 5-4 ruling the use of an independent redistricting commission that drew House district lines in the 2012 cycle did not violate the Constitution.
Vermonts Democratic Rep. Peter Welch announced Friday morning that he will run for re-election to his at-large district and not return to the Green Mountain State to run for governor.
Republicans are eager to use former Sen. Russ Feingolds signature issue against him in 2016, as the Democrat wages a comeback bid in a Senate contest key to his partys quest for the majority.
Republicans have a new defensive responsibility in their quest to maintain their House majority.
As political parties pick up the pace of recruiting candidates ahead of next years congressional elections, Democrats are searching for a candidate in NYs 24th Congressional District to challenge what they see as a vulnerable incumbent.
Updated 11:40 p.m. | Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Fla., will run for the Sunshine States open Senate seat, according to a source with knowledge of Millers plans. A second source said the announcement could come next week.
The senator hurries into the recording studio on the fourth floor of the Hart building, now 30 minutes behind after getting held up at votes.
Former North Carolina Sen. Kay Hagan will not be mounting a challenge to her former GOP colleague, Sen. Richard M. Burr.
At least four current senators have announced their intention to run for president in 2016. And a couple more are considering getting into the race. Along with a number of former governors, the field so far includes two candidates with medical degrees, one former tech CEO and a billionaire real estate mogul/TV host.