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- Kelly Wins Runoff for Mississippi House Seat
- DNC's Mo Elleithee Leaving Politics for Georgetown
- Rematches Invite 'Retread' Label, Familiar Themes
- Party's History of Establishment Picks Could Be Over
District Attorney Trent Kelly, a Republican, rolled to victory in a special-election runoff in Mississippis 1st District Tuesday night, The Associated Press reported.
Mo Elleithee, communications director for the Democratic National Committee, announced in a post on Medium Tuesday that hes leaving the DNC to serve as executive director of the newly created Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service at the McCourt School of Public Service.
Its a good thing neither former Rep. Joe Sestak nor Sen. Patrick J. Toomey has grown a mustache in the past six years.
Colorado 6th District Rep. Mike Coffman will not challenge Sen. Michael Bennet for Senate, The Denver Post reported Monday afternoon.
West Virginia Rep. David McKinley plans to announce Monday that hes not running for governor in 2016, according to two sources with knowledge of McKinleys plans. McKinley plans to make the announcement at a 3:30 p.m. Eastern conference call with reporters.
Updated 2:42 p.m. | Just hours after Sen. Rand Paul claimed a temporary victory in his quest to rein in the National Security Agency, the leader of what the Kentucky Republican blasted as the eye-roll caucus threw his own hat into the 2016 presidential ring.
EMILYs List put 15 GOP incumbents On Notice for their re-election bids Monday, naming its top GOP targets for 2016, according to a release provided first to CQ Roll Call.
Exactly two years ago, a crop of Democratic House recruits were in Washington, D.C., being fêted by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.
Former Democratic Rep. Carol Shea-Porter of New Hampshire told supporters in an email Thursday she is ready to win back the seat she was ousted from in 2014.
Some jobs are too good to risk. Even for a Senate bid.
Ken Morley and Philip de Vellis, two longtime Democratic political operatives, have joined forces to launch Beacon Media a Democratic media consulting firm based in Washington, D.C.
After two consecutive cycles of trying and failing to oust Republican Rep. Mike Coffman from his Colorado swing district, Democrats are searching for the right candidate to take him out once and for all.
Updated, 2:05 p.m. | Arizona Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick will challenge Republican Sen. John McCain, according to a source with knowledge of Kirkpatricks plans, giving Democrats a top recruit and a potential pickup opportunity.
Freshman California Republican Steve Knight promises hell do much better raising campaign money in the second quarter than he did in the first.
Republicans are trying to recruit Rep. Mike Coffman to challenge Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet in Colorado. If he stays put in the House, that gives the GOP a crop of candidates who could have a harder time in what will be one of Republicans few offensive opportunities in 2016.