eric cantor loss

“You know, people are hurting,” Eric Cantor admitted last month, shortly after his humiliating defeat in a Virginia Republican
“You know, people are hurting,” Eric Cantor admitted last month, shortly after his humiliating defeat in a Virginia Republican
The great hullabaloo in Washington about the primary defeat of House Majority Leader Eric Cantor is producing entirely too much analysis, most of it ill-conceived.
House Republicans chose Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) as their new majority leader on Thursday, a week after Rep. Eric Cantor said he would resign from the post following his primary defeat in Virginia's 7th district.
"He's a very accessible guy, people like him," said Rep. Tom Cole (R-Okla.). "I think he's got a network through the conference
Scalise appears to be leading the race -- his allies frequently cite his votes at around 100. But Roskam supporters say those
One interesting issue to come out of Cantor's totally unexpected defeat is the feasibility -- or lack thereof -- of the delicate dance the majority leader tried to do: snuggle up real close to business and especially, in Cantor's case, financial markets on the one hand, and claim far right street cred on the other.
Conservative political commentator Laura Ingraham proved on Sunday she has no qualms about kicking House Majority Leader
Cantor will step down as majority leader at the end of July, and serve out the rest of his congressional term outside of
Everyone is still analyzing what the surprising primary loss of Eric Cantor means for the Republican party and American politics