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As Congress heard testimony from Flints mayor about the water crisis there, some House and Senate candidates sent out fundraising pitches to their email lists mentioning the Michigan citys troubles.
In Florida, where a court imposed a new map in December, two lawmakers who had their safe seats swept out from under them have yet to announce their electoral plans ahead of a June 24 filing deadline.
With the presidential circus having left their backyard, New Hampshires Senate candidates lost little time this week digging into each others commitment to limiting spending in whats expected to be one of the most competitive and expensive Senate races in the country.
The Indiana Democratic Partys decision to challenge Rep. Todd Youngs petitions to be on the Senate primary ballot amounted to voter deprivation, the chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee said Thursday.
Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga., hit Vermont Sen. Bernard Sanders past activism during the civil rights movement while throwing his support behind former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee announced Thursday its first round of 2016 candidates in the Red to Blue program, which highlights strong Democratic candidates running in open seats and districts held by Republicans that the DCCC hopes to flip.
The mayor of Flint, Mich., appeared on Capitol Hill on a panel Wednesday that received a standing ovation before House Democrats. The governor of Michigan is facing a recall campaign back home. And lawmakers from other states are realizing that the contaminated water crisis in one community could have political costs elsewhere.
Ted Cruz and Donald Trump have demonstrated anew to conservatives how to take on and defeat the GOP establishment. If theyre not careful, Republicans might soon feel the consequences of their victories beyond the presidential race.
The Congressional Black Caucus PAC has voted to endorse Hillary Clinton for president and will make an official endorsement Thursday, CBC Chairman Rep. G.K. Butterfield, D-N.C., said Wednesday.
Presidential campaign signs are piling up at New Hampshires transfer stations (more colloquially known as dumps), their temporary place of rest until called up for their next mission a deployment to Massachusetts or Maines nominating contests, perhaps, or a repeat Granite State tour in November.
And then there were seven. The results of another presidential nominating contest Tuesday night in New Hampshire brought with them another round of suspended campaigns.
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By moving up all its primaries from May to March 15, North Carolina thought it would be playing a more pivotal role in this years presidential election. But a recent federal court ruling invalidating two of the states congressional districts threatens to delay this years earlier-than-normal primary and upend elections in which early voting is already under way.
Donald Trump and Sen. Bernard Sanders scored big wins in New Hampshire but the campaign for each partys nomination turns south and west, where the real race begins, according to political analysts and strategists Roll Call asked to analyze the Tuesdays results.