Congressional elections 2008
The latest news on Congressional elections 2008
With two Democrats and a Republican, a political dynasty emerges from Colorado, New Mexico, and Oregon.
Party of FDR and Andrew Jackson must position itself as the advocate of the self-employed entrepreneur.
The Minnesota Senator comments on the Republican National Convention.
In Minnesota congressional race, a veteran of Iraq takes on a veteran politician.
Barack Obama could bring many new voters to the polls, but the length of his coattails is unclear.
Amid a favorable political landscape, Democratic leaders predict a "tectonic-plate election"
No joke: He will be first professional comic in Senate if Minn. voters chose him over Norm Coleman.
No presidential endorsement until democratic primaries wrap up.
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).
Despite Democratic expectations of picking up another four to five seats in the 2008 elections, the GOP claims that it may lose only two more seats, resulting in a 53-to-47 Democrat-to-Republican ratio.