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Latest Jim Matheson Items
Republican congressional candidate Mia Love easily won her party's nomination Saturday during the state convention, allowing her to bypass the primary election in her bid to take the seat of outgoing Rep. Jim Matheson.
When it comes to raising campaign cash, Republican Mia Love continues outpace her opponents in her bid to win the seat held by outgoing Democratic Congressman Jim Matheson.
Utah's seven-term Democratic U.S. Rep. Jim Matheson has brushed aside speculation that his decision to retire from Congress this year was spurred by fear he would lose his seat to a tough GOP challenger.
With a lead on name recognition and an established campaign team, political observers say former Saratoga Springs Mayor Mia Love is well-situated to lead the pack of eight candidates vying to replace longtime Democratic U.S. Rep. Jim Matheson.
Republican businessman Bob Fuehr has jumped into the race to replace longtime Democratic Rep. Jim Matheson in Utah's Fourth Congressional District.
Republican Mia Love on Monday officially filed to run for Congress in Utah's 4th Congressional District with hopes of replacing longtime Democratic Rep. Jim Matheson.
Republican Mia Love raked in half a million dollars at the end of last year in her bid to win the congressional seat being vacated by longtime Democratic Congressman Jim Matheson.
The son of a former Utah Democratic congressman has decided to run for retiring Rep. Jim Matheson's seat.
Two senior House lawmakers — one Democrat and one Republican — announced they won't seek re-election next year, opening up opportunities for both parties to win those seats and signaling that the 2014 elections could be more competitive than analysts had predicted.