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House Democrats are stockpiling cash, and some GOP strategists have expressed concern that Democrats could use their financial advantage to expand the playing field.
Former Massachusetts Sen. Scott P. Brown will headline the New Hampshire GOPs holiday party later this month, fueling more speculation over his political aspirations in the Granite State.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee on Tuesday swiftly moved behind former State Department adviser Bobby McKenzies bid to oust embattled Rep. Kerry Bentivolio hours after the partys top recruitment prospect declined to challenge the Michigan Republican.
State Sen. Steve Knight told the local press Tuesday that he will run for the 25th District if current Rep. Howard Buck McKeon, R-Calif., retires.
The first 2014 candidate filing deadline passed on Monday, solidifying a number of competitive primaries in the Land of Lincoln.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., will boost state Sen. Katherine Clarks special election bid next week with a campaign event in the 5th District.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is getting a little help from his friends on the airwaves as he fends off challenges to his re-election next year.
A second Republican state legislator who previously considered a Senate bid of his own in Louisiana has instead endorsed the campaign of GOP Rep. Bill Cassidy.
Former state Sen. Richard Rosen, a Republican, announced this weekend that he will not seek the GOP nod in Maines 2nd District, according to the Bangor Daily News.
The Alaska Republican primary ballot next year will be a tale of two Dan Sullivans, and only one is running against vulnerable Democratic Sen. Mark Begich.
Days after Rep. C.W. Bill Young, R-Fla., announced his retirement, GOP political consultant Nick Zoller was one of the first Republican candidates to jump into the race to replace the 22-term congressman.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott called on embattled Republican Rep. Trey Radel of Florida to resign Tuesday morning, according to The Fort Myers News-Press.
A fast-approaching, divisive GOP primary has kick-started the sprint to a high-stakes 2014 House special election in Florida.
Updated 12:09 p.m. | Mississippi Republicans are preparing for a Senate without Thad Cochran.
GOP state Rep. Jeff Gorell announced on Tuesday that he will challenge freshman Rep. Julia Brownley, D-Calif., in the 26th District a move that temporarily sets up a GOP primary in one of the states more competitive House seats.
New Hampshire state Rep. Marilinda Garcia announced Monday that she will enter the Republican primary for a targeted House race for the party.
The candidate: Republican state Sen. Julianne OrtmanThe member: First-term Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn. The state: Franken won by the smallest margin of any Senate race in 2008. He defeated then-Sen. Norm Coleman, a Republican, following a recount. The candidates team: Campaign manager Andy Parrish and media consultant Ed Brookover.
To avenge his defeat, former Rep. Pete Stark, D-Calif., has promised to put his financial means and political mettle toward ousting his successor.
Florida Republicans have started sizing up the political prospects of freshman Rep. Trey Radel, who said he will not resign after pleading guilty for a misdemeanor charge of cocaine possession.
The National Republican Congressional Committee announced on Thursday 36 candidates who have achieved the committees On the Radar status.
The League of Conservation Voters has launched a $1 million ad campaign across five states, including two battleground House districts and two competitive Senate races.
The Cheney family feud over same-sex marriage is unlikely to have a lasting, adverse effect on Liz Cheneys bid for Senate in Wyoming.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee raised at least $2 million more than its GOP counterpart in October.
Several high-profile House Democrats will host a top-dollar fundraiser Thursday for longtime Rep. Collin C. Peterson, D-Minn., according to an invitation obtained exclusively by CQ Roll Call.
A conservative outside group launched a new round of television ads on Wednesday targeting congressional Democrats for their support of Obamacare.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee raised about $7 million in October and will report more than $25 million in cash on hand, according to a DCCC aide.