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Joshua Miller covers House and Senate campaigns and elections for Roll Call, focusing on races in the southeastern states, New York and Massachusetts. He came to the newspaper after two years at ABC News, where he was a producer at the Sunday public-affairs program "This Week." He began his career in Washington, D.C., as an intern at the Atlantic. A native New Englander, Joshua grew up in Massachusetts and received his B.A. from Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine.
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Maine Sen. Susan Collins is a Republican in a state that’s not. She’s moderate and bipartisan in a party that’s not.
The National Republican Congressional Committee on Wednesday released a list of the top seven Democratic-held House seats the committee plans to target in 2014, as it moves to go on offense despite having to defend the second-largest GOP House majority since World War II.
This much is clear: There’s not a great deal of affection between Georgia Republican Rep. Paul Broun and the Peach State’s senior senator, Republican Saxby Chambliss.
UPDATED 5:40 p.m. | Republican Mark Sanford will launch his comeback bid for Congress on Wednesday, a move he has telegraphed for weeks and which will make him the immediate front-runner in a crowded special election primary.
Massachusetts Democratic Rep. Michael E. Capuano announced Tuesday that he will not run in the Senate special election to fill the seat expected to be vacated by Democrat John Kerry.
After a hard-fought and highly charged presidential battle in 2012 — not to mention Congressional races and redistricting — one might hope that 2013 would provide a respite from campaign politics. No such luck.
Mark Pryor and Mary L. Landrieu begin the 2014 election cycle as two of the most vulnerable Democratic senators. Each faces re-election in states where President Barack Obama and national Democrats are deeply unpopular.
Sanford vs. Sanford? Not going to happen.
Massachusetts Democratic Rep. Edward J. Markey is staffing up in anticipation of a Senate special election and has hired Sarah Benzing as his campaign manager.
Updated 12:30 p.m. | The League of Conservation Voters Action Fund — a well-funded environmental group — on Friday endorsed Massachusetts Democratic Rep. Edward J. Markey in his bid for the Senate as a potential primary rival decided against a bid.
Rabbi Jonah Pesner sounds a lot like a man who is about to launch a bid for the Senate.
Former Massachusetts Rep. Barney Frank amped up his push to be appointed interim senator Wednesday night, arguing that his experience made him uniquely qualified for the position.
South Carolina state Rep. Chip Limehouse said Friday that he was quickly moving toward a bid for the state’s open 1st District.
Charleston, in the heart of South Carolina’s 1st District, is a long way from the Appalachian Trail.
Missouri Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder is officially angling to become the GOP nominee for the Show-Me State’s open 8th District seat, a local media outlet reports.
Massachusetts Democratic Rep. Stephen F. Lynch said Wednesday night that he is still considering a special election run for the Senate, eyeing the seat expected to be vacated by Secretary of State nominee John Kerry.
National Democrats have done their best to clear the field for Rep. Edward J. Markey in the expected Massachusetts Senate special election, but as the 113th Congress opens Thursday, there are other Democrats still eyeing the race.
The Massachusetts Democratic Party has retained Northwind Strategies — the firm that advised Sen.-elect Elizabeth Warren’s 2012 campaign — to help with its coordinated effort in the expected Senate special election this year.
For embattled Rep. Scott DesJarlais, the political fight of his life begins today.
South Carolina Republican Gov. Nikki R. Haley on Wednesday signed an executive order setting a May special election to fill the soon-to-be-open 1st District seat.
It was wintertime in Kentucky when Thomas Massie got the call from the county jailer.
Updated 10:30 p.m. | Louisiana Rep. Charles Boustany Jr. defeated freshman Rep. Jeff Landry in Saturday’s GOP member-vs.-member runoff in the bayou forced by redistricting. The four-term lawmaker’s victory marks the last House race of 2012 to be decided.
South Carolina Republican Gov. Nikki R. Haley will not be a candidate for a U.S. Senate seat this cycle. “The governor will not run for the Senate in 2014,” spokesman Rob Godfrey told CQ Roll Call. “She absolutely loves the job she has.”
South Carolina Republican Gov. Nikki R. Haley will “quickly” appoint someone to fill the seat of resigning Sen. Jim DeMint, she said Friday morning.
GOP Sen. Jim DeMint’s surprise announcement that he will resign in January set off an intense game of speculation Thursday about who will be appointed to succeed him in the South Carolina seat and the musical chairs that could follow.