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Latest Eric Cantor Items
Virginia tea party candidate David Brat, who upset former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in last month's primary, is now racking up support and donations, raising nearly $400,000 by the end of June.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor's stunning primary loss has left a bit of a mess in Virginia's seventh congressional district, with Democrats weighing whether to invest in the race and allies of GOP nominee David Brat alleging that Mr. Cantor's backers are pulling money away from his campaign.
Economics professor Dave Brat, who bested House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in a GOP primary a month ago in Virginia's 7th congressional district, has hired his third campaign manager of the race.
He's an upstart Republican working his plain-spoken charm in a state chock-full of tea party support, accusing his well-known establishment opponent of running from his moderate record, ignoring his constituents' wishes and supporting amnesty for illegal immigrants.
Wall Street was not happy when House Majority Leader Eric Cantor lost his primary earlier this month.
A top adviser to President Obama said Friday that Rep. Eric Cantor's election loss creates an opportunity for House Republicans to approve comprehensive immigration reform.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said that when Sunday dawns, she is more a praying woman and far less a partisan politician.
House Republicans chose Rep. Kevin McCarthy of California to be their new majority leader Thursday and elected Rep. Steve Scalise of Louisiana to succeed him as majority whip, giving conservatives a staunch advocate on the GOP leadership team.