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Jack Fitzpatrick is a staff correspondent at National Journal. He has previously written for USA TODAY, NBCNews.com, Slate, The Arizona Republic and other newspapers and websites. He graduated from Arizona State University with a master's degree in mass communication and a bachelor's degree in journalism.

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DCCC

DCCC Raises $2.1 Million in Four Days in Impeachment Fundraising Pitches

MASSACHUSETTS 06 (D -- TIERNEY)

Tisei Expenditures Blur Line Between State, Federal Campaigns

MICHIGAN

Detroit Free Press Endorses Amash, Trott, Conyers, Others

IMMIGRATION

SEIU Launches More Radio Ads on Immigration

CALIFORNIA 21 (R -- VALADAO)

Renteria Promotes Personal Background in Challenge to Valadao

PRIMARY ROUNDUP

American Chemistry Council Releases Ad for Pompeo; Gallego Leads Internal Poll

UTAH 04 (D -- MATHESON)

Democratic Poll Shows Love Leading Owens by Nine Points

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The Swing Seat at Stake in Arizona Republicans' Civil War

State House Speaker Andy Tobin wants to unseat Democratic Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick, but first he has to beat his "underfunded and loud" opponents.

Can the Club Turn Its Primary Season Around?

After a weak start, the conservative group aims to score in Alabama and Georgia.  

The Ugliest House Primary of the Cycle

Tea-party favorite Rep. Justin Amash is under assault by a GOP establishment candidate in Michigan, but still leads in the polls.

Clawson Hopes to Provide New Model for Tea Party

Florida lawmaker says the tea party could win more elections by marrying smaller government with a focus on economic competitiveness.

Race Called for Rangel but Espaillat Won't Concede

A racially split district, a heated race, and too many outstanding ballots for a concession.

Outside Groups Pour Campaign Cash Into N.Y. Districts

Three House GOP primaries this cycle have each drawn more outside money than all New York congressional primaries did in 2012.

Rangel Faces Another Tough Reelection Bid in Divided District

A rematch of a close contest in 2012 comes down to race and age.

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