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A Republican congressman, Mike Turner of Ohio, is seeking to have one of his most prominent GOP colleagues, Rep. Darrell Issa of California, deposed in his divorce hearing. Issa was a groomsman in Turner's wedding. Republican Rep. Mike Turner of Ohio is seeking to have fellow GOP Rep. Show More Summary
Trump budget rips apart the social safety net, Betsy DeVos tells trans kids to go outside, and Darrell Issa might be banging some other Congressman's wife? Your morning news brief.
“Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) was a groomsman in Rep. Mike Turner’s (R-OH) wedding to Majida Mourad in Dec. 2015. Now Turner is locked in a contentious divorce with Mourad — and he wants Issa deposed by his attorneys,” Politico reports. [...]
Rachel Maddow reports on protesters celebrating at the news of Darrell Issa's retirement from Congress and promising to follow him if he tries to run in a...
What is that rascal up to?
It's not a terrible idea, considering. The post Darrell Issa Contemplating Musical Chairs Run in Neighboring District Seat appeared first on RedState.
“Throughout my service, I worked hard and never lost sight of the people our government is supposed to serve,” Issa said in a statement.
Two veteran GOP congressmen representing California’s Orange County, Darrell Issa and Ed Royce, just announced their retirements, a hopeful sign for Democrats. But can they capitalize on it to flip the House?
Darrell Issa had the closest race of any member of Congress in 2016, beating his Democratic challenger in California’s 49th district by just 1,600. The announcement by Congressman Darrell Issa on Wednesday that he is retiring brings to 31 the number of open seats held by Republicans in the 2018 midterm elections. Show More Summary
Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA), who said he is not seeking reelection in California’s 49th district, has been discussing with colleagues the possibility of running in a neighboring San Diego district if embattled Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-CA resigns, The Hill reports.
Joining Rep. Goodlatte, Rep. Darrell Issa has also announced his retirement from the House of Representatives. For the past several years, these two have been the most active House members in the patent law area. I received a funny email from Paul Morinville’s US Inventor group stating that “Thousands of US inventors are applauding Rep. […]
Thursday: The governor plays down talk of his legacy, the death count from the mudslides grows, and Representative Darrell Issa is the latest G.O.P. retirement.
Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) announced Wednesday that he will not seek reelection this year, increasing Democrats' chances of flipping his swing district in their favor. Issa barely won reelection in 2016 by just over half a percentage point in a San Diego-area district that went for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton by about 7 points. Show More Summary
The announced retirement this week of two endangered Southern California congressmen, Republicans Darrell Issa and Ed Royce, could signal something larger. If a Democratic wave is building, the swell may be gathering along the Pacific Coast. California always stood at the center of this year’s...
SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. (AP) — Rep. Darrell Issa of California announced Wednesday that he will not seek re-election, the latest sign that Republicans could face another grim year at the ballot box in the nation's most populous state.
SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. (AP) — Rep. Darrell Issa of California announced Wednesday that he will not seek re-election, the latest sign that Republicans could face another grim year at the ballot box in the nation's most populous state. With...Show More Summary