Democrats are stirring the pot after statements by 2014 hopeful Steve Daines raise questions about the depth of his connections to the Treasure State.
Dingell could become the first non-widowed woman to immediately take over a spouse’s seat in Congress.
The Michigan Congressman has served with 2,448 U.S. Representatives to date including 24 named ‘Smith’ and 86 percent of all women elected to the chamber in U.S. history.
One announced his retirement last September. Another died in October. One resigned last week. A dozen members of Congress that aren’t running for reelection still have active campaign websites – that accept financial donations.
Negrete McLeod is one of just two U.S. Representatives out of the more than 210 California freshmen elected to the chamber since World War II not to run for a second term or seek a U.S. Senate seat.
Will Democrats eclipse even the 20 percent mark in 2014 with an unknown nominee taking on a popular GOP incumbent?
Mitt Romney told America this weekend that he would not run for president a third time in 2016; was his rationale persuasive?
Jimmy Carter and Walter Mondale have lived 30 percent longer than any other presidential and vice-presidential pairing since the end of their joint political service nearly 12,100 days.
A political party losing control of the governor’s mansion has picked up a U.S. House seat in just three cycles in Minnesota history.
“It is very important for us, if somebody has served their time, for them to be able to participate in their democracy.” – Barack Obama, August 15, 2011