Van Hollen, Chris
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Toss it or fix it? Backers of Obama's health care overhaul law see a flicker of hope.
Republicans cite Charles Djou's victory as evidence of steadily increasing election-year strength.
Democrats' family feud could result in Hawaii electing its first Republican congressman in decades.
Test your knowledge of current members of the House of Representatives.
Not paying for their bill is also a moral issue.
Republican Scott Brown rode a wave of voter anger to win the seat held by the late Sen. Ted Kennedy.
Rep. Chris Van Hollen is making sure his team isn't red-carded on the House election field.
They're scared, but House Democrats don't think they'll lose control next year like they did in 1994.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee today unveiled the names of 13 challengers for House seats who will get special attention—and cash—as they try to oust Republican incumbents. They are Kay Barnes (Missouri 6), Anne Barth (WestVirginia 2), Darcy Burner (Washington 8), Robert Daskas (Nevada 3), Steve Driehaus (Ohio 1), Jim Himes (Connecticut 4), Christine Jennings (Florida 13), Larry Kissell (North Carolina 8), Suzanne Kosmas (Florida 24), Eric Massa (New York 29), Gary Peters (Michigan 9), Mark Schauer (Michigan 7), and Dan Seals (Illinois 10).
The money race is on for congressional campaigns.