Congressional Elections

Republican state Sen. Renee Unterman, who shepherded the abortion ban through her chamber, said Thursday she's running in Georgia's 7th District.
“I want to serve my country again,” says the former CIA operative turned Democratic candidate from New Mexico.
“Mia Love gave me no love. And she lost,” the president said. “Too bad. Sorry about that, Mia.”
A top ally of President Donald Trump lost her New York congressional seat after one term.
The state has never had more than two women in Congress at any time during its history, but after the midterms, it will have at least four.
Progressive newcomer Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is one of several barrier-breaking women of color headed to Congress.
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Freeman, 54, had been running in the state's 17th Congressional District.
More women won their primaries for the House and Senate than ever before.
New Mexico state Rep. Janice Arnold-Jones suggests Democratic rival Deb Haaland isn't Native American because she didn't grow up on a reservation.
With Andrew Gillum’s primary victory in Florida’s gubernatorial race, progressives have a chance to prove they know how to win in the midterms.
The party filed a lawsuit to block Shaun Brown amid an investigation into suspicious signatures collected on her behalf.
Rep. Bob Goodlatte's son is hoping to help turn Virginia blue in November.
Republican Troy Balderson is ahead in the 12th District, but the race has not been officially called.
Erotica writers consulted about the alleged obsession of a GOP congressional candidate in Virginia agree that Bigfoot is, well, big. But not racist.
The Trump factor figures in upcoming GOP primaries. Democrats, meanwhile, are testing the Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez playbook for progressive victory.
John Cardillo tried to discredit the congressional candidate and Twitter went wild.
“Vote her in next, Massachusetts,” the 28-year-old House candidate tweeted about Pressley.
“I think that we have the grounds to do it,” the 28-year-old House candidate said.
State Sen. Jeff Van Drew’s positions on guns and other social issues rankled activists.