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March 1

Quote of the Day

It sounded like the Donald Trump that’s maturing into a president.”

— Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV), on the president’s address to Congress, Washington Post, 3/1.

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DEMOCRATS

The Obamas Sign a Book Deal

Former Attorney General Eric Holder said Obama will return to the political circuit soon.

REPUBLICANS

Alabama Republicans Re-Elect State Chair

Few states have had contested GOP chairmanship fights in 2017.

Senate Stories
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BATTLE FOR THE SENATE | ND-sen | IN-sen | MT-sen | WV-sen

Red-State Dems React to Trump Speech

Manchin spoke glowingly of the address.

MASSACHUSETTS | MA-sen

Computer Scientist Announces Warren Challenge

Shiva Ayyadurai says he has opened a campaign office.

MISSOURI | MO-sen

McCaskill Promises Town Halls

She criticized the head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

NORTH DAKOTA | ND-sen

Heitkamp Praises Trump’s Executive Order on Water Rule

She appeared at the signing of it.

House Stories
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Trump Adopts Milder Tone in Speech to Congress

The president laid out big plans but with few details to back them up.

COMMITTEES

Stivers Downplays Town Hall Protests

Stivers: “organic movements don’t happen 10 days into a new administration.”

RACE FOR THE HOUSE | FL-18 | NJ-5 | FL-7

AAN Runs More Anti-Obamacare Digital Spots

Democrats found some things to praise in Trump’s address.

REDISTRICTING | UT-4

Holder: Obama “Ready to Roll” on Redistricting Effort

A Utah legislature committee killed a bill that would create a bipartisan redistricting commission.

Governor Stories
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CALIFORNIA | CA-gov

Newsom Backers Form Super PAC

The PAC, hoping to raise $10 million, hired a bevy of strategists.

FLORIDA | FL-gov

Gillum Launches Gubernatorial Run

Republicans targeted him for using state resources to campaign.

IDAHO | ID-gov

Ahlquist Invokes Romney in Campaign Launch

The GOP businessman dismissed calls for Democratic support.

ILLINOIS | IL-gov

Trippi Joins Pawar Campaign

The veteran Democratic strategist will be his chief strategist.

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