Bob Menendez

Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) was indicted on corruption charges last month.
Rep. Andy Kim (D-N.J.) is the first to announce a primary challenge against Menendez, who is refusing to resign while facing a federal bribery indictment.
“Whatever kind of procedure that could bring about getting rid of him, I’m all for it,” the Pennsylvania Democrat said of his indicted colleague.
The majority leader broke with many of his Democratic colleagues who are demanding that the newly indicted senator step down.
On issues ranging from Iran and Taiwan to Latin America, the New Jersey senator wielded immense influence while being out of step with most others in his party.
The newspaper's editorial board explained why Menendez "should resign."
The New Jersey Democrat has said he's confident he will be exonerated of bribery charges and has no intention of leaving the Senate.
The House speaker wanted the New Jersey senator to resign, but he changed his mind after someone asked why he hadn't asked Santos to do the same.
Tom Cotton said Menendez should be judged by jurors and voters, "not by Democratic politicians who now view him as inconvenient to their hold on power.”
"I believe stepping down is best for those Senator Menendez has spent his life serving," Booker said of his fellow New Jersey Democrat.