Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) said Thursday it is “very unlikely” that he will jump into another contest for a House seat after losing Tuesday in the first member vs. member contest of the year.
Kucinich, first elected to the House in 1996, lost Tuesday to Rep. Marcy Kaptur (D-Ohio) in a contest to represent Ohio’s redrawn 9th Congressional District. Ahead of the loss, he openly flirted with moving to Washington state and running for Congress from a Democratic-leaning district there.
Dennis Kucinich sent out a fairly frantic email to supporters, warning that his Congressional district could be eliminated for the 2012 election after a round of redistricting in Ohio. Read Post
A veteran politician who has been a West Hollywood councilman since the city incorporated more than 30 years ago is in jeopardy of losing his seat in an election that could reshape the City Council. Read Post
Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) told supporters he will not seek a House seat in Washington state this year after losing a primary to a fellow Democrat earlier this year, Roll Call reports. Said Kucinich: "After careful consideration an... Read Post