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March 14

Quote of the Day

Nobody likes the bill. I don’t like it either. That’s why I think it’s so good.”

— Rep. Chris Collins (R-NY), on the House GOP’s health care plan, Politico, 3/13.

National

Trump to Hold Louisville Rally

The president is expected to talk about Republican health reform efforts.

DEMOCRATS

Reid Encouraged Warren to Run in 2020

Booker is making a trip to Los Angeles on Friday.

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BATTLE FOR THE SENATE | WV-sen | IN-sen | ME-sen | ND-sen

Dems Seize on CBO Report

The NRA is launching a nearly $1M buy to boost Gorsuch.

ARIZONA | AZ-sen

Flake Slams King’s Immigration Comments

The senator said he hasn’t studied the CBO report yet.

INDIANA | IN-sen

Rokita “Strongly Considering” Bid

He’s been citing polling he did last summer.

MASSACHUSETTS | MA-sen

Green Won’t Challenge Warren

He said the GOP should rally around a nominee.

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COMMITTEES

DCCC Raises Record $9.8M in February

The committee is using the CBO findings to attack GOP targets.

RACE FOR THE HOUSE

AAN Launches $1.5M Ad Buy to Tout GOP Health Care

It will air in the districts of some top Democratic targets.

CALIFORNIA 34 (OPEN) | CA-34

Local Group Raffles Cuba Trip in Exchange for Registering Voters

Anyone who registers 10 voters for the special election can enter.

CALIFORNIA 49 (R -- ISSA) | CA-49

Internal Poll: Trump Likely Hurt Issa’s Favorability

The congressman said he wasn’t prepared to support the GOP health care bill.

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IN THE STATES | NV-gov | NH-gov

NH, NV Dems Target 2018 Republicans on Health Care

Party spokesmen called on Sununu and Laxalt to weigh in on the GOP’s ACA overhaul.

CALIFORNIA | CA-gov

Newsom Previews Universal Health Care Policy

Villaraigosa benefited from a PAC meant to take down Trump.

CONNECTICUT | CT-gov

Lauretti to Skip Exploratory Phase

The GOP mayor will announce his campaign next month.

MICHIGAN | NJ-gov

EMILY’s List Backs Whitmer

She says she’d consider a $15 minimum hourly wage.

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