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TGP EXCLUSIVE: GOP Challenger Omar Navarro Calls Out Maxine Waters For Interfering in Haitian Elections

In an exclusive statement to The Gateway Pundit, Republican Omar Navarro, challenging Maxine Waters in the 43rd Congressional District of California, accused... The post TGP EXCLUSIVE: GOP Challenger Omar Navarro Calls Out Maxine Waters For Interfering in Haitian Elections appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

What early fundraising in California says about the race for Congress: Some incumbents are behind

California’s congressional races are pivotal to Democratic efforts to flip the House, and there are already more than 60 candidates in more than a dozen battleground districts for the 2018 election. Though it is 16 months before the 2018 general election and candidates have until March to file...

Ex-lawmaker Kirkpatrick running for McSally's House seat

Former U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick is entering a crowded Democratic primary race for the House seat held by two-term Republican Rep. Martha McSally in Arizona's competitive 2nd Congressional District. Kirkpatrick … Click to Continue »

Orange County’s field of Democratic congressional challengers grows to 17

The crowd of first-time Democratic candidates who think they can beat Orange County's four Republican Congress members continues to swell, thanks in part to optimism fueled by Hillary Clinton's wins in those districts last year. TwoShow More Summary

Judges criticize Maryland's congressional redistricting map

Federal judges reviewing Maryland's congressional redistricting map say there is convincing evidence the state's Democratic leaders drew the districts to gain a seat for their party. A three-judge panel heard … Click to Continue »

Judges to hear arguments in Maryland redistricting suit

A three-judge panel is scheduled to hear arguments in a federal lawsuit against Maryland's congressional redistricting map. The hearing is scheduled for U.S. District Court in Baltimore on Friday. The … Click to Continue »

Congressional Committee Votes Tomorrow on repealing DC Law Legalizing Assisted Suicide

On Thursday, July 13, Rep. Andy Harris (R-MD) is expected to offer an amendment at the full committee mark-up of the Commerce, Justice and Science and Financial Services appropriations bill. The amendment would repeal the District of Columbia’s dangerous assisted suicide law. If approved, the amendment would become part of the larger appropriations package. National […]

A New Challenger Enters the Race for Congressman Dave Reichert's Seat

by Rich Smith Let the congressional combat games begin. Alex Wong / Getty So far, the race to flip Washington's hopefully, finally, flippable 8th district has two serious contenders. (According to the Times, two others—Poga Ahn and Thomas...Show More Summary

Texas' GOP congressional gerrymander goes on trial in July. Here's how a nonpartisan map might look

From July 10 to 14, a three-judge federal district court panel will hold an expedited trial to determine whether the congressional (and state House) districts that Texas Republicans passed in 2013 are intentionally discriminatory racial gerrymanders. Show More Summary

GOP Rep. Steve Pearce runs for governor, will leave Congress

Republican Congressman Steve Pearce is running for governor of New Mexico in 2018 while giving up his firm hold over a congressional district along the U.S.-Mexico border. Pearce announced Monday … Click to Continue »

A reason to believe—and why this is important to the Democratic Party

I get that we can’t run Bernie Sanders in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District. I get that you have to start where people are rather than where you want them to be. I get that people don’t vote based on policy; instead, they tend to vote for who they like. Show More Summary

2 more Democrats to seek Oklahoma's 5th District seat

Two more Democrats are jumping into the race for Oklahoma's 5th Congressional District that includes most of Oklahoma City. Kendra Horn, the director of a nonprofit agency, and retired state … Click to Continue »

Georgia was not the bellwether; Virginia is

In June, many Democrats were humming “Georgia on my Mind” in a misplaced euphoria at the prospect of a major win in a Republican congressional district. The national media fed the narrative as it painted that House race — the most expensive in history — as a referendum on Donald Trump’s presidency. A far better […]

Getting Serious About 2018

(AP Photo/David Goldman) A worker updates a countdown calendar on May 11, 2017, in the Sandy Springs campaign office of Jon Ossoff, who ran for Congress in Georgia's Sixth Congressional District. D emocrats have one big chance for a comeback, in 2018. Show More Summary

Why This Congressional Candidate Refuses To Change His Name

2 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

California’s 45th congressional district has never elected a Democrat. Kia Hamadanchy wants to be the first.

Las Cruces activist eyes southern New Mexico Congress seat

A Las Cruces activist and veteran says he is running for New Mexico's 2nd Congressional District seat now held by Steve Pearce. The Las Cruces Sun-News reports (https://goo.gl/rrUhJ4) that Tony … Click to Continue »

Resistbot planning anti-Trump ‘flash mobs’ during congressional recess

Resistbot, a bot designed to oppose the agenda of President Donald Trump, has been used by more than 730,000 people and has at least 1,000 users in each U.S. congressional district, creators of the bot told VentureBeat. Launched in March, Resistbot began by sending users’ text messages as faxes to U.S. senators but has since […]

Many Troubling, Unanswered Questions about Voting Machinery in Georgia House Run Off

Opaque machinery raises questions about the vote count. The results from Georgia’s sixth district congressional race are odd. Jon Ossoff, the Democratic newcomer who ran against Republican former Secretary of State Karen Handel, won the absentee vote 64% to 36%. Show More Summary

Study highlights Democrats’ campaign hurdles in 2018

The Buzz is the Register’s weekly political news column. Ardent opposition to President Donald Trump is motivating veteran and first-time activists in Orange County’s four Republican congressional districts, but unseating the incumbents remains an uphill road. Three of those GOP members won reelection by more than 10 percentage points last year. And while polls show […]

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