As courts and GOP legislators in three states look at redrawing congressional districts, some of the speaker's antagonists could be in big trouble.
Shawn O'Connor is the only Democrat currently running for Rep. Frank Guinta's seat, in one of the most high-profile House races of the 2016 election cycle. But he hasn't made much of an impression.
John was an NRA board member. Now Debbie is working closely with a gun-control group. "Let's just say we don't talk about this a lot," she says.
With new district boundaries, Democrats as a whole stand to gain, but that's cold comfort for first-term Rep. Gwen Graham.
Scott Rigell's district is likely to become more Democratic and more African-American after court-ordered redistricting, upping the stakes in an outreach program he has been working on for years.
The state court ordered the Legislature to redraw eight congressional districts in a Thursday decision, including battlegrounds held by Reps. David Jolly and Carlos Curbelo.
Election-reform advocates will push for more independent commissions after they were judged to be constitutional. But it's not easy to take redistricting power away from legislators.
In an opinion by Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Court ruled that independent redistricting commissions are constitutional.
A Supreme Court decision could strike down political boundaries in states where independent commissions draw the lines. Here's an example of how partisan legislators could benefit.
The small community of redistricting aficionados in Arizona and California have been rising with the sun in recent weeks expecting a Court decision that hasn't yet come.
The court called for new districts by Sept. 1, but a lawyer for state Republicans says a Supreme Court appeal is coming.
A pending Supreme Court decision on Texas's congressional maps could prompt another African-American-versus-Latino standoff in one district.
It's a quintessential swing district and Heck might not run for reelection, but all the big names are flocking to a congressional district on the other side of town.
Democrats hold only five seats Mitt Romney won in 2012, and now two of those incumbents are aiming for the Senate.
Democrats had their candidate to succeed Patrick Murphy. Then her fellow county commissioner jumped into the race.
With two races in a single cycle, the frontrunners in two special elections already are raising money for the next race.
Lawsuits in Florida, North Carolina, Texas, and Virginia could put Republican members of Congress in tougher districts to defend, while the Supreme Court could cause trouble for some Arizona Democrats.
Rep. Cresent Hardy's opponents hope to tie him to the controversial rancher, highlighting his district's divide between urban and rural constituencies.