Congressional Elections

"I don't know what we stand for. We stand for owning the libs," former congressional candidate Michael Wood told MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace.
A congressional race that got national attention at the last minute was dominated by local issues that benefited Rep. Richard Neal (D-Mass.) over a local mayor.
The race in Massachusetts’ 4th District shows the dangers of a divided field for the left.
Progressive Mayor Alex Morse’s bid to unseat Rep. Richard Neal, a top Democrat, could shift the balance of power inside the party.
With Omar's victory over Antone Melton-Meaux, an attorney, every "Squad" member has won her primary.
Greene overwhelmingly defeated her opponent in the heavily Republican 14th Congressional District.
Ballots in the Democratic primary are still being counted in Jamaal Bowman’s bid to unseat longtime Rep. Eliot Engel.
“If I didn’t have a primary, I wouldn’t care,” the congressman said while asking for the chance to speak at a news conference.
In an uphill fight to unseat Rep. Henry Cuellar, attorney Jessica Cisneros is banking on generational change.
Islam, the daughter of working-class Bangladeshi immigrants, is consolidating her hold on the left lane in the race for a suburban Atlanta seat.