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Air War in North Carolina Tops Super Tuesday Congressional Races

The $20 million onslaught in North Carolina kicks off the first and largest congressional primary day of the year with an advertising bang.

Issa’s Congressional Comeback Comes Down to Trump Loyalty Test

Darrell Issa‘s comeback bid hits a critical hurdle on Super Tuesday following an expensive, rough-and-tumble primary waged over presidential loyalty.

Jason Altmire on How to Fix Congress (Podcast) (1)

Former Rep. Jason Altmire, a Pennsylvania Democrat who served three terms in the House, joined Bloomberg Government’s Kyle Trygstad and Greg Giroux on this week’s Downballot Counts.

Sanders, Ocasio-Cortez Fracking Ban Roils Swing-State Races (1)

House Democrats from districts reliant on oil and gas production are distancing themselves from a new bill to ban fracking even though the measure is unlikely to gain any traction in Congress.

Top-of-Ticket Mystery for Democrats Will Shape Every Senate Race

The Senate campaign playing field is set, save for one big piece: the Democratic presidential nominee.

Abby Livingston on Action-Packed Texas Politics (Podcast)

Abby Livingston, the Texas Tribune’s Washington bureau chief, joined Bloomberg Government’s Kyle Trygstad and Greg Giroux on this week’s Downballot Counts.

Romney Returns to Policy Passions After Impeachment Vote Furor

A week after his contentious vote to convict President Donald Trump on one article of impeachment, Sen. Mitt Romney headed to Europe with Senate colleagues for high-level meetings on international security, including the rising threat posed by China.

Cuellar Cites Abortion, Oil-and-Gas Stances in Texas Primary Ad

Rep. Henry Cuellar, a centrist Blue Dog Democrat, is drawing sharper contrasts with a liberal challenger ahead of their March 3 primary clash in Texas.

Problem Solvers Caucus to Push for Senate-Passed Bills Package

House Democrats frequently reference the hundreds of bills they passed that sit stagnant in the Senate. Now a group within the chamber is preparing to suggest an alternative: The House should take up bipartisan bills the Senate has passed.

Casey Phillips on How Election Ties Are Broken (Podcast)

Republican media consultant Casey Phillips, a founder of RedPrint Strategy, joined Bloomberg Government’s Kyle Trygstad and Greg Giroux on this week’s Downballot Counts.
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