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Democrats in the 2nd Congressional District nominated Paul Steury, an environmental educator from Goshen, to run in the special election on Nov. 8.
The election will be a bit trickier in LaPorte County since it's split between the 1st Congressional District, represented by U.S. Rep. Frank J. Mrvan, D-Highland, and the 2nd Congressional District.
The American Action Network currently is spending $450,000 to air cable TV and digital ads blaming U.S. Rep. Frank J. Mrvan, D-Highland, for high gas prices.
Jennifer-Ruth Green, of Crown Point, raised $561,329.50 for her campaign during the April 1-June 30 reporting period — more than any Republican who ever has run in Indiana's 1st Congressional District.
Mike Flood is sworn in as Nebraska's new 1st District congressman and Sen. Deb Fischer celebrates the arrival of her former state legislative colleague as he joins Nebraska's five-member congressional delegation.
LINCOLN — Former State Sen. Mike Flood of Norfolk was sworn in Tuesday evening as the 24th representative of Nebraska’s 1st Congressional District in Washington, D.C. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi administered the oath of office at the U.S. Capitol in a brief ceremony with Flood and his family members. There were no speeches […]
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"I am grateful for the ability to advocate for the needs of Indiana’s 1st Congressional District and deliver tangible projects that will have a positive impact for communities across our Region," Rep. Mrvan said.
Bereuter said it's important Trump never be elected again. "It is clear that he was not qualified to be president in terms of knowledge, temperament, judgment and the lack of a moral compass," he said.
Pansing Brooks told Kamala Harris that she and other supporters of women's abortion rights will continue to "fight with passion and determination."
LINCOLN — Will Jeff Fortenberry be sentenced to prison for lying and misleading federal investigators, or will a California judge be lenient, as 64 letter-writers have urged? The former congressman will find out Tuesday morning when he returns to the same Los Angeles federal courtroom where a jury found him guilty in March of three […]
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