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.
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
Janice Hahn became the newest member of the House of Representatives Tuesday night, after defeating Republican Craig Huey in a special election to fill former Democratic Rep. Jane Harman's seat. The contentious race has been conside... Read Post