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Tricia Miller

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Tricia Miller, an Iowa native, covers Midwestern Congressional campaigns for Roll Call. She came to the newspaper in 2008 and has also covered Capitol Hill life. Prior to joining Roll Call, Tricia worked as a campaign reporter covering former Sen. John Edwards’ second presidential campaign for NBC and National Journal and as a researcher for the Almanac of American Politics 2008.

Miller no longer works at Roll Call.

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Stories by Tricia Miller:

Iowa GOP Chairman to Run for Re-Election

Dec. 9, 2010

Iowa GOP Chairman Matt Strawn will run for re-election in January, a state party spokeswoman confirmed on Thursday.

Pollster Finds Debbie Stabenow ‘Vulnerable’ in Re-Election Bid

Dec. 8, 2010

Sen. Debbie Stabenow “could be vulnerable” to a strong Republican challenger in 2012, a new poll from the Democratic-leaning firm Public Policy Polling found.

Shop Talk: Campaign Hand to Private Sector; DGA’s New Faces

Dec. 8, 2010

Democratic Governors Association Chairman Martin O’Malley named Colm O’Comartun, his longtime aide in the Maryland governor’s office, as executive director of the DGA. O’Comartun takes over for Nathan Daschle, who is leaving after more than five years at the DGA to start a new firm with DGA Political Director Ray Glendening.

Poll: Amy Klobuchar Would Beat Bachmann and Rest of GOP Field

Dec. 7, 2010

Sen. Amy Klobuchar is in strong shape for her re-election campaign in 2012.

Jim Talent Leads GOP Senate Field in New Missouri Poll

Dec. 7, 2010

Former Senator would win a Republican primary to challenge Sen. Claire McCaskill, PPP found.

As Grayson Considers Political Future, He’s Keeping Tabs on Progressives

Dec. 7, 2010

Alan Grayson isn’t going away anytime soon.

Third Candidate Jumps Into RNC Race

Dec. 6, 2010

Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican Party of Wisconsin and member of the Republican National Committee, has formed a 527 to support his bid for chairman of the RNC.

DCCC Names New Executive Director

Dec. 6, 2010

Robby Mook, who handled independent expenditures for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee during the 2010 cycle, is being promoted to executive director.

Donnelly’s Win Could Lead to Statewide Bid

Dec. 2, 2010

Indiana Rep. Joe Donnelly’s unlikely victory on Nov. 2 stands in stark contrast to what happened in the rest of the country and the rest of the Hoosier State, and a new memo from Donnelly’s campaign spells out exactly how lucky he was.

DNC, RNC Raised Record Sums but Hold Debt

Dec. 2, 2010

Campaign finance reports show big spending in 2010.

Money Defines RNC Chairman’s Job, Panelists Say

Dec. 1, 2010

If a panel of four potential candidates for chairman of the Republican National Committee is any indication, the job at stake is all about money.

Shop Talk: Daschle, Glendening Form Grass-Roots Startup

Dec. 1, 2010

Democratic Governors Association Executive Director Nathan Daschle told Roll Call on Wednesday that he will be leaving to start his own venture after more than five years at the helm. Daschle said he will “launch a grass-roots social-political startup” at the end of the year, and he’s bringing along with him the current DGA political director, Ray Glendening.

Republican Announces Senate Bid Challenging McCaskill

Dec. 1, 2010

Former state Treasurer Sarah Steelman became the first Republican to announce she would run against Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) in 2012 on Wednesday morning. McCaskill, first elected over Sen. Jim Talent (R) in 2006, is one of the most vulnerable incumbent Senators this cycle. Roll Call Politics rates this race as a Tossup.

RNC Contenders Lining Up Against Steele

Nov. 30, 2010

Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele would be very lucky to keep his job after the RNC’s mid-January meeting. As Steele continues to waver on whether he’ll run for re-election, candidates for the RNC chairmanship are building up their own images by drawing a contrast with his.

RNC Candidates Attending Panel to Be Ranked by ‘13 Leadership Criteria’

Nov. 30, 2010

Roll Call gets a peek at how prospective RNC chairman contenders will be ranked during a Wednesday panel.

Ann Wagner Announces Bid, Says RNC Should Be ‘Relevant, Professional and Credible’ (VIDEO)

Nov. 29, 2010

Missouri Republican makes her RNC bid official in Web video.

Redistricting Advantage in Illinois Keeps Democrats in Play

Nov. 26, 2010

Republicans’ 2010 victories in President Barack Obama’s home state of Illinois may not be enough to stave off redistricting problems for the GOP in 2012.

After Upset in ‘Fowl Race,’ Texan Prepares for Washington

Nov. 26, 2010

Despite his low national profile and limited support from national GOP leaders, Farenthold managed to oust Democratic Rep. Solomon Ortiz from the southeast Texas seat he has held since its creation in 1982.

Cravaack Focuses on Knocking Back Health Care Law

Nov. 25, 2010

Defunding the health care law — and ultimately repealing it — will be Chip Cravaack’s priority when he joins the House in the 112th Congress, the Minnesota Republican told NPR on Wednesday.

Burris Keeps Open Possible Mayoral Run in Chicago

Nov. 23, 2010

Outgoing Sen. Roland Burris may join a long list of contenders for Chicago Mayor Richard Daley’s job.

Ortiz Concedes to GOP Challenger

Nov. 22, 2010

Rep. Solomon Ortiz conceded to his Republican challenger Monday night in in Texas’ 27th district. The Texas Democrat called challenger Blake Farenthold, a former radio talk-show host, as the last county in his district worked toward wrapping up its recount.

Two Women Vying 
for RNC Top Spot

Nov. 19, 2010

Maria Cino and Ann Wagner are both interested in the RNC chairmanship.

Defeated Rep. Phil Hare Eyes Running Again

Nov. 19, 2010

Democratic Rep. Phil Hare tells Roll Call Politics he’s ‘seriously’ considering another run for his seat.

Blue Dog Files for Re-Election in Tennessee

Nov. 18, 2010

Rep. Jim Cooper wasn't scared off by the number of Blue Dogs who lost their seats this month and will seek another term in 2012.

N.J. Supreme Court Rejects Tea Party Bid to Recall Menendez

Nov. 18, 2010

The New Jersey Supreme Court in a 4-2 opinion rejected a tea party-affiliated effort to recall Sen. Bob Menendez on Thursday, finding that an attempt to recall a federal lawmaker was unconstitutional.

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