Former MSNBC host Dylan Ratigan announced Wednesday that he is running for Congress as a Democrat in New York’s 21st congressioal district because “the political class has built a corrupt system that rewards themselves.”
A Democratic congressional candidate in New York state has criticized his Republican opponent for not being a native of the district, despite having moved from another state to launch his own campaign.
She’s been mistaken for an intern, teased by Paul Ryan for not knowing what “Magnavox” is, and she was a fan of ’90s pop: Rep. Elise Stefanik (R., N.Y.), 30, is the voice of Republican millennials.
Stefanik on Tuesday began her duty as chairwoman for the first hearing of the Republican Policy Committee’s Taskforce on Millennials.
Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton is backing a rising generation of House Republican national security hawks who are facing primary races in 2016, his political action committee told the Washington Free Beacon on Wednesday.
At Harvard, Elise Stefanik, now the youngest woman ever elected to Congress, was a member of a rare minority group. She was a conservative.