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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - U.S. House
As a former U.S. House speaker, I have long been concerned about our nation's security problems and their link to narcotics.
Montana voters will decide Tuesday the Democratic nominee in the campaign for U.S. House. Democrats see the open seat as their best chance in years of retaking Montana's only seat in Congress. Here are five things to know about the primary:
Nearly 20 Democratic candidates stood in front of the stump at one of South Carolina's oldest political gatherings Monday and made their case to voters. But unlike the Galivants Ferry Stump gatherings from generations ago, almost every one of them will be the underdogs in their races in November.
A newly formed political-action committee called Big Sky Freedom Fund already has spent more than $74,000 to support one candidate in the five-person Republican primary for Montana's open U.S. House race.
Candidates who were nominated and endorsed Saturday at the North Dakota Republican Party convention in Minot:
Republicans who used gerrymandering and geography to hold onto a majority in the U.S. House in 2012 despite widespread losses got help from an unlikely source: Pennsylvania Democrats.
Georgia is undoubtedly a conservative-leaning state.
Elements of the Republican Party remain divided and distrustful of one another despite the yearlong effort by the Republican National Committee to unify competing factions, former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum said in Iowa Wednesday.
Fargo banker and Democratic state Sen. George B. Sinner says he will seek his party's endorsement to run for the U.S. House.
Former Democratic Mississippi congressman Gene Taylor will stay on the Republican primary ballot opposing incumbent U.S. Rep. Steven Palazzo.
Members of Massachusetts' all-Democratic congressional delegation are stockpiling campaign cash as they head into another election year, with many relying heavily on contributions from political action committees as they try to hold off Republicans intent on breaking their grip.
Oklahoma's 2014 election cycle was thrown for a huge loop when U.S. Sen. Tom Coburn announced his early retirement last week. The move could knock over a series of dominoes in Oklahoma politics as some of state's most powerful GOP leaders mull jumping into the race.
The first day that candidates could file for elective office in West Virginia drew one candidate for the U.S. Senate and four for the U.S. House.
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Bill Marcy said Friday that he's changing party labels, but not his conservative beliefs, to run as a Democrat for the U.S. Senate in Mississippi this year.
In the absence of a clear agenda from a Congress widely labeled as dysfunctional, Republican governors used their annual meeting to identify broad policies they believe the nation needs to embrace, ranging from education, public employee-pension and tax reform to regulatory relief, transportation and energy infrastructure.