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The two Senate campaign committees turned in nearly even monthly fundraising hauls in April, marking the first month this cycle the National Republican Senatorial Committee finished ahead.
Women on the Hill are making their presence known beyond the member ranks a group of female Senate chiefs of staff have organized a Monday evening fundraiser in support of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee.
House Democrats raised $300,000 more than their Republican counterparts in the month of April.
Former Ambassador Jim Cain is seriously considering seeking the Republican Senate nomination in North Carolina next year.
Former Georgia Secretary of State Karen Handel announced her campaign for Senate on Friday morning, as the states Republican convention was set to kick off in Athens.
Its hard to keep up with the number of Republicans vying for Georgias three open House seats.
EMILYs List, an organization that backs female Democratic candidates who support abortion rights, rolled out six candidates who made their On the List designation.
Thursdays installment of Roll Calls Farm Team tackled the long list of up-and-coming politicians in Georgia who are either running for Congress this cycle or who may do so down the line.
Minnesota Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann will begin flooding her 6th District with television ads next week, according to a filing with the Federal Communications Commission.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin endorsed Republican state Rep. Jason Smith in Missouris 8th District special election.
Retired Air Force Col. Rob Maness announced his candidacy this week for Senate in Louisiana, and now the PAC formerly associated with Heritage Foundation president Jim DeMint is considering supporting him.
As he contemplates a bid for Senate, the GOPs top recruit Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman is engaging some former governors who made the same transition.
Longtime Mitt Romney aide Lou Tavares is a new vice president at SCM Associates, a Republican direct marketing firm.
The list of Republicans lining up to challenge Democratic Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick, a Democrat in the marginally Republican 1st District of Arizona, is remarkably short. Among state and national Republican strategists, only one name emerges.