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Updated 3:57 p.m. | Rep. Jo Bonner, R-Ala., will resign from Congress later this year to take a job at the University of Alabama, CQ Roll Call has confirmed.
National Republicans have dispatched staff to Massachusetts to assist with the Senate special election that has become tantalizingly close.
In Hawaii politics, if at first you dont succeed, try, try again. And again. And again.
Updated 2:43 p.m. | The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee will host a reception Wednesday night for its best recruits, according to an invitation obtained by CQ Roll Call.
Veteran GOP operative Dick Wadhams has signed on as general consultant for the leading candidate in one of the GOPs top Senate pickup opportunities.
Rep. Sander M. Levin endorsed state House Democratic Floor Leader Rudy Hobbs on Wednesday in the Democratic primary for Michigans 14th District.
Ten Democrats in Californias congressional delegation announced their support Wednesday morning for Redlands Mayor Pete Aguilar for the 31st District.
Democratic Rep. Gary Peters has a campaign manager and a lead in the polls but hes still awaiting a GOP opponent for the open-seat Senate race in Michigan.
What do the presidents half sister, actor Kal Penn and Star Trek legend slash Facebook celebrity George Takei have in common?
Note: Every year, scores of congressional candidates visit the CQ Roll Call offices to meet with reporters and Contributing Writer Stuart Rothenberg. This new feature, The Candidate, will ask these congressional hopefuls five questions about their campaigns. Responses have been edited and condensed.
Former National Republican Senatorial Committee spokesman Brian Walsh has joined Singer Bonjean Strategies, the public affairs firm announced on Tuesday.
Missouri Speaker Pro Tem Jason Smith picked up the endorsement of the Tea Party Express on Tuesday, less than three weeks before the special election in the Show Me States 8th District.
Strategy Group for Media CEO Rex Elsass will announce on Tuesday that he has hired Rick Tyler as his companys new president.
Heres what you may have missed At the Races on Monday
To many on Capitol Hill, the burgeoning scandal dogging the IRS looks like a simple case of partisan political targeting by an overbearing federal agency.