Those who represent the most racially diverse swing districts have a choice: Push back on Donald Trump’s divisive rhetoric, or keep quiet and wait for this to wash over.
The details of the New Hampshire Republican’s settlement with the FEC aren’t particularly sensational, but some local Republicans say his reelection bid has been derailed entirely.
The state Supreme Court accepted a new congressional map after nearly four years of legal battles. That leaves several incumbents with tough reelection bids.
He's one of five Republicans vying for the nomination to replace Rep. John Kline.
Mills is still making his way through the text and says the math doesn't add up when Nolan says he's read the entire deal thoroughly.
Rouzer beat White by 13 points in the 2014 primary.
State Sen. Bill Perkins says the historically African-American district is "not the seat that Adam Clayton Powell represented."
Outside conservative groups are working to oust moderate Republican congressman Richard Hanna.
Florida outlawed partisan gerrymandering but left redistricting to legislators. After years of litigation, that's likely to change.
The freshman is returning money to the Treasury for a second time after questions over taxpayer-funded airline tickets.
Advocacy groups and plaintiffs pushing a Wisconsin lawsuit, as well as political scientists around the country, hope to establish a standard for just how much politicians should be allowed to gerrymander political maps.
Richard Hanna was already one of hardline conservatives’ top targets, even before accusing the GOP of playing politics on Benghazi.
Confusion over who the next speaker could be is throwing a wrench into Republicans’ plans to protect the party’s less conservative members, many of whom represent battleground districts.
Both of the Florida Democrats representing “Romney districts” and two of the three Republicans in “Obama districts” could be on their way out in 2016.
The American Action Network and Congressional Leadership Fund were established early in John Boehner’s tenure as speaker to support the party leadership. Now they’ll have to defend a huge Republican majority with a new speaker.
The Florida Republican has grown in popularity among the GOP’s antiestablishment wing, but his chances at reelection appear slim.
But while tea-party candidates are preparing campaigns, rank-and-file Republicans expect the outgoing House speaker to be involved in backing a successor.
By the numbers, Love represents one of the safest-looking Republican House seats in the country. But recent controversy over taxpayer-funded flights has highlighted a distinct lack of safety, which even her campaign acknowledges.
Val Demings has unique appeal as an African-American former police chief running for Congress. But the department she ran has a history of excessive-force complaints now coming under scrutiny.
Democrats targeted Kline to no avail in past elections.