2012’s Last Campaign Is Resolved
Over the weekend, the final congressional race of 2012 was resolved: Representative Charles Boustany Jr. was reelected, defeating Representative Jeff Landry, 61 percent to 39 percent, in a runoff.
The AP summarizes:
The district design favored Boustany, a traditional Republican candidate allied with …
The Last House Race of 2012 and the First One of 2013
The Morning Jolt returns from its holiday hiatus, with a look at two House races — one not quite resolved, another coming soon in 2013 . . .
So, What Fun Can We Have With Chicago’s Upcoming Special House Election?
Moe Lane …
Wrapping Up Saturday’s Primaries
Saturday was Primary Day in two states.
West Virginia held its primaries for its special senatorial election; there were no surprises. Gov. Joe Manchin is the Democratic nominee, and John Raese is the GOP senatorial nominee.
Louisiana was a bit …