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In Ohio’s 18th Congressional District, the race is quickly heating up between Pelosi Puppet Zack Space and Republican Bob Gibbs.
Although many think of Florida as a state of beaches and amusement parks, the area around the state’s capitol is a unique combination of lowland history and Dixie tradition.
In Upstate New York lies New York’s 20th Congressional District, a largely rural district currently held by vulnerable freshman Democrat Scott Murphy.
With the political environment turning toxic for Democrats, a Congressional seat in Southern Minnesota is moving towards a GOP pick-up opportunity.
Locked in perhaps the toughest reelection battle of his career, longtime incumbent Democrat Sanford Bishop is trying to pull out all the stops to stunt the momentum of Republican Mike Keown.
This year, Republicans are doing what it takes to win back a seat in a traditional Republican stronghold.
Republican Jaime Herrera and Democrat Denny Heck both emerged from a crowded primary of six as the top two vote-getters.
As one of the few Democrats in America who is actively campaign on their voting record, Democrat Tom Perriello has made his votes for the Pelosi/Obama agenda a cornerstone of his campaign in Virginia’s Fifth Congressional District.
One of the most hotly contested races in the country lies in the northern plains: North Dakota’s At-large Congressional District.
Illinois might be the home state of Barack Obama, but those who call its 17th Congressional District home have lost confidence in our President’s agenda—and the lawmakers who vote in support of it.
This November, voters in Mississippi’s Fourth Congressional District have a prime opportunity to take back a Republican seat in this traditionally conservative district.
In one of the more interesting and fastest developing House races to watch this fall, former Republican Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick is taking on Rep. Patrick Murphy, the Democrat who ousted the freshman Fitzpatrick by just over 1,500 votes in the 2006 wave.
In southwestern Arizona, newly vulnerable Democrat incumbent Raúl Grijalva is locked in an unexpectedly tight race against rocket scientist and Republican candidate Ruth McClung.
Nestled in the northeast corner of Arkansas, the first district stretches eastward from the borders of Missouri, Tennessee and Mississippi towards Little Rock.
New Hampshire’s 1st Congressional District is shaping up to be a tight race that is sure to call into question Democratic rubber-stamp Carol Shea-Porter’s ability to effectively represent her constituents.
Following a spirited GOP primary in NY-23 this September, Republican Matt Doheny emerged to challenge Democrat Bill Owens this November.
In a futile attempt to fool voters on his reckless habits in Washington, Democrat Ben Chandler finds himself between a rock and a hard place.
Disturbing news has hit the race for Ohio’s Sixth Congressional District.
With less than three weeks until Election Day, the campaign for Colorado’s Third Congressional District is in full swing. Recent polling show Republican Scott Tipton leading incumbent Democrat John Salazar by eight points.
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