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Republican Pennsylvania Congressman Bows Out of Re-election Bid, Boosting Democrat Hopes of More Wins
Costello's announcement comes on the heels of a Democrat upset in a special congressional election March 13, in an area handily won by Trump in 2016.
Democrats believe they have a shot at the two Wisconsin seats after Democrat Patty Schachtner in January won a special election in the state for a Senate seat that had long been in Republican hands.
Major party support has never been more different. Women leaving Republicans in droves. Educational attainment another key divide, according to a Pew study.
The victory for moderate Democrat Conor Lamb is an ominous sign for Trump's Republicans eight months before national midterm elections.
Dan Lipinski is among more than a dozen congressional Democrats who face credible challengers, mostly from the left, in nominating contests over the coming months that will determine the party's candidates for November midterm elections.
In a rare move against an incumbent, a half dozen national groups advancing leftist agendas on gay rights, workers' rights and women's issues mounted a $1 million independent campaign targeting Lipinski.
Nancy Pelosi Looms as Impediment to Democrats’ Hopes in November Elections. Time for New Leadership?
Terrible approval numbers and poor reputation caused the Democratic upset winner in the Pennsylvania special election to conspicuously disrespect her.
Across the United States, Hispanics are expected to be a crucial constituency in the November general election.
The GOP lawmaker perpetuates right-wing conspiracy theories amid the Parkland, Fla., tragedy.
Leaders of U.S. intelligence agencies warned that Russia is trying to interfere in the 2018 midterm elections by using social media to spread propaganda and misleading reports, much as it did during the 2016 campaign.
Linda Belcher won by more than a 2-1 margin over Republican Rebecca Johnson.
Even Rep. Mark Meadows, a leading Republican conservative closely allied with Trump, took issue with the president's comments.
The win in Missouri was the latest for the Democrats who have ridden an anti-Trump wave to several special election victories in areas around the country.
Trump Tweets About Democrats Not Caring About the Military Provoke Devastating Response from Combat Veteran Sen. Duckworth
“I will not be lectured about what our military needs by a five deferment draft-dodger,” said Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill.), who lost both her legs while serving as an air assault helicopter pilot in Iraq.
His inability to cut a deal despite having a Republican majority in both houses of Congress marks arguably the most debilitating setback for his crisis-plagued administration.
The fledgling candidacy of Conor Lamb, a 33-year-old Marine veteran and former assistant U.S. attorney, has Pennsylvania Democrats dreaming of a Republican upset in a special congressional election.
Close to half of the state and federal lawmakers leaving their posts for sexual harassment are Democrats.
The tie-breaking drawing was Virginia’s first since 1971 but unprecedented in the state because of its impact on the House, election officials said.
The ruling was the first time that a federal court blocked a congressional map because of partisan gerrymandering.
Democrats trimmed Republicans’ edge in the chamber to 51-49 with the swearing in of two new lawmakers on Wednesday.
A victory by Democrat Shelly Simonds would shift Republicans’ slim control of the 100-member House of Delegates to an even 50-50 split with the Democrats.
Shelly Simonds’ election means that the 100-member House of Delegates will have an equal number of Democrats and Republicans.
Stacey Abrams, 44, wants to become the first African American female governor in the United States by mobilizing solidly Democratic Black voters, who vote sporadically in elections, to form a winning coalition with white liberals.
Attitudes toward “net neutrality,” or rules that prevent internet providers from limiting customers’ access to certain websites or slowing download speeds for specific content, are largely split along party lines in Congress.