Category Archives: House of Representatives

GOP primaries may have made GOP loses in November more likely

In South Carolina’s primary, ardent Trump backer defeats Rep. Mark Sanford. In Virginia, Trump supporter wins and promises to wage a “vicious” campaign against Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine. As predicted, President Donald Trump influenced yesterday’s primary elections, especially in South … Continue reading

Posted in Controversial, Donald Trump, Elections, House of Representatives, Politics, Republicans, Senate

Republican lawmaker: Rocks tumbling into ocean causing sea level rise

By Scott Waldman, E&E News The Earth is not warming. The White Cliffs of Dover are tumbling into the sea and causing sea levels to rise. Global warming is helping grow the Antarctic ice sheet. Those are some of the … Continue reading

Posted in Climate, Congress, Controversial, House of Representatives

What Do We Know With Just Under Six Months to Go Before the Mid-Term Elections?

By Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report Given the warped time-space continuum in which those of us in DC live – a flood of news, tweets and leaks makes each day feel like a week – it may be … Continue reading

Posted in Congress, Democrats, Donald Trump, Elections, House of Representatives, polls, Republicans, Senate, Thought-Provoking Analysis

Rating Changes in 19 House Races: All Toward Democrats

By Nathan L. Gonzales of Roll Call In total, 68 GOP-held seats are now rated competitive Despite forecasts of a blue tsunami, it’s still not guaranteed that Democrats will win back the House majority. But the playing field of competitive … Continue reading

Posted in Candidates, Democrats, Demographics, Elections, House of Representatives, Nathan Gonzales, Political parties, polls, Republicans, Roll Call, Thought-Provoking Analysis