The National Republican Congressional Committee suffered a major hack earlier this year, according to three senior party officials, raising concerns the intrusion may have been orchestrated by a foreign agent.
Colin Allred, the Democratic nominee for Texas’ 32nd Congressional District, promised in his latest ad not to be a “party-line politician,” despite accepting political contributions from House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) and her political action committee.
Wisconsin Democratic congressional candidate Randy Bryce, who is vying to replace House Speaker Paul Ryan (R., Wis.) in November, previously listed Joe Cardinali on his campaign website as an elected official who endorsed him, but that endorsement was recently removed after a volunteer for the Bryce campaign requested a restraining order against Cardinali for harassing and “intimidating” her.
Progressive protesters lined up along a fence on Tuesday to protest Rep. Jeff Denham (R., Calif.) as he exited a vehicle, prompting one female protester to denigrate his Hispanic wife by saying, “Shame on your Mexican wife.”
A New Jersey Democrat running for Congress told local reporters he isn’t in favor of a fast repeal of President Donald Trump’s tax reform law, but his website says otherwise as he calls for voters to take action against the tax reform law.
Republican Rep. Ryan Costello (Pa.) announced Sunday that he will not seek reelection in his suburban Philadelphia district, citing the level of hatred that has permeated the national political environment, especially “from the left.”
Rep. Ben Ray Luján (D., N.M.), chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, on Thursday announced the fourth round of candidates in the DCCC’s highly competitive “Red to Blue” program, which is aimed at unseating Republican lawmakers in districts across the country.