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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.
Miller no longer works for Roll Call.
The political question of the hour has become: Who will South Carolina Republican Gov. Nikki R. Haley appoint to fill the open Senate seat held by resigning Sen. Jim DeMint?
Sen. Mary L. Landrieu has one message for the Republicans salivating over her seat in 2014: Bring it on.
Former Democratic Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen didn’t rule out a bid for Senate, but he certainly didn’t sound like a man itching for a run.
Missouri Republican Rep. Jo Ann Emerson’s announcement Monday that she will resign from the House in February sets up what is likely to be the second special election of the 2014 cycle.
Missouri Republican Rep. Jo Ann Emerson announced Monday morning she is resigning from the House, effective in February 2013.
Louisiana Republican Reps. Charles Boustany Jr. and Jeff Landry face each other in a Dec. 8 runoff, and Boustany should easily win if his huge advantage in resources translates into a favorable turnout.
Sen. Lamar Alexander wants to make clear that all of Tennessee’s GOP establishment is behind his 2014 bid for re-election, sending abeacon flare to any ambitious Republicans who might consider taking him on in a primary.
Arkansas Republican Rep. Tim Griffin, who will serve on the Ways and Means Committee in the 113th Congress, will not seek higher office in Arkansas during the 2014 election cycle.
After a recount in North Carolina’s 7th District that left Republican candidate David Rouzer trailing by hundreds of votes, he has conceded to Democratic Rep. Mike McIntyre.
Roll Call’s initial Senate ratings outlook projects a potentially bullish cycle for Republicans, with an opportunity to recapture the majority for the first time in eight years.
Republican state Rep. Kevin Brooks confirmed to CQ Roll Call that he is seriously eyeing a bid against embattled Rep. Scott DesJarlais, R-Tenn.
Liesl Hickey has been appointed as the executive director of the National Republican Congressional Committee for the 2014 cycle.
Rep. Lynn Westmoreland of Georgia has been appointed deputy chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee for the 2014 election cycle by incoming NRCC Chairman Greg Walden of Oregon.
Rep. Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia announced Monday that she will run for the Senate in 2014, immediately putting a solid Democratic seat in play for Republicans and turning the spotlight on incumbent Sen. Jay Rockefeller.
Republican Rep. Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia will announce a bid for the Senate on Monday, taking aim at Democratic Sen. Jay Rockefeller, Roll Call has confirmed.
Florida Republican Rep. Allen B. West, one of the highest-profile and most-controversial members of the 2010 freshman class, conceded to Democrat Patrick Murphy after a nasty, brutish and long campaign.
The campaign of Rep. Mike McIntyre, D-N.C., begrudgingly accepted a recount of the vote in the 7th Congressional District but slammed Republican David Rouzer for requesting one. McIntyre currently leads the state senator by 655 votes.
Republican state Sen. David Rouzer, who trails North Carolina Rep. Mike McIntyre by 655 votes, is requesting a recount in the last House race yet to be decided after the Nov. 6 elections.
Sen. Saxby Chambliss is the opposite of a cable TV firebrand. With his thin white hair and restrained drawl, he has the look of a genteel Southern senator direct from central casting.
There’s no doubt national Democrats will have Georgia on their mind by the time the 2016 presidential race rolls around.
After a long-awaited recount of early voting ballots in St. Lucie County was completed Sunday, businessman Patrick Murphy, a Democrat, increased his lead over Republican Rep. Allen B. West and re-declared victory.
Florida Republican Rep. Allen B. West, trailing his Democratic opponent by about 1,900 votes, won a victory Friday evening when the St. Lucie County Canvassing Board agreed to retabulate all the early votes.
A St. Lucie County Judge ruled against Rep. Allen B. West, R-Fla., Friday, denying his request to force the county to recount all of the early ballots.
Republican leaders on Capitol Hill were largely silent as new revelations stemming from Rep. Scott DesJarlais’ messy decade-old divorce came to light Thursday.
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Chairman Steve Israel of New York announced Thursday that he has picked Kelly Ward as the committee’s executive director for the 2014 cycle.