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Past articles by David:

House GOP steers clear of popular entitlements in debt ceiling fight

If House Republicans are going to use their new majority to rein in a $31.4 trillion federal debt that exploded during the coronavirus pandemic, they are going to have to go where the money is and convince voters to follow. → Read More

Mitch Daniels 'more likely' to run for Senate in Indiana after Club for Growth attacks

Republicans close to Mitch Daniels (R) say opposition from the Club for Growth is poised to push the former Indiana governor into the 2024 Senate race. → Read More

Democrats not waiting for Feinstein in California Senate race

California Democrats are not deferring to Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) or waiting for the 30-year incumbent to reveal her 2024 plans. → Read More

Katie Porter reveals fundraising haul and key endorsement for Senate bid

Rep. Katie Porter (D-CA) raised $1.3 million for her California Senate bid in the first 24 hours after launching her campaign, the Democrat announced. → Read More

Gallagher plans to call Disney's Iger, NBA's Silver to testify before new China select committee

Rep. Mike Gallagher (R-WI) plans to call Walt Disney Corporation CEO Bob Iger and NBA Commissioner Adam Silver before the new House select committee established to investigate China. → Read More

Porter leads Schiff in early look at possible California Senate primary: Poll

Rep. Katie Porter (D-CA) led Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) in a hypothetical 2024 matchup for Senate in California, according to a survey for Porter’s campaign. → Read More

DSCC chief Gary Peters is obscure no more

Sen. Gary Peters (D-MI) has agreed to helm the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee for a second consecutive election cycle, cementing his relatively new status as a prominent party leader. → Read More

Gary Peters agrees to run Senate Democrats' campaign arm for another cycle

Sen. Gary Peters (D-MI) has reluctantly agreed to helm the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee for another election cycle after Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) had struggled to find a willing campaign chief for his caucus. → Read More

Democrats keep memory of Jan. 6 alive as party looks ahead to 2024

The Democratic Party is keeping the memory of Jan. 6, 2021, from fading in a bid to cast Republicans as foes of good governance who would rather sow political chaos than deliver for voters. → Read More

Stabenow's retirement sparks bipartisan scramble for Michigan Senate seat

The Republican Party immediately declared a Michigan Senate seat a prime pickup opportunity after Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) announced plans to retire in 2024. → Read More

House Republicans fritter away negotiating leverage versus Democrats with speaker fight

House Republicans are squandering any ability to squeeze concessions from Senate Democrats and President Joe Biden in legislative negotiations as a protracted family feud rages over the election of a new speaker. → Read More

Paul Ryan back where he started with new book and crusade to reform government programs

Former President Donald Trump's teased "MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT" turned out to be a new Donald Trump Digital Trading Card collection. The former president made the revelation on Truth Social on Thursday, noting that the cards will cost $99 each. Portraying himself as one of the multitudes of billionaire superheroes that dominate comic book lore, Trump touted the digital cards as a way to make… → Read More

Trump threatens to do to his political career what GOP establishment can't — end it

Former President Donald Trump has been undermining his 2024 bid through a series of self-inflicted political wounds suffered both before and since launching his campaign, doing for his opponents inside the Republican establishment what they are powerless to do themselves. → Read More

Michigan Republican John James plots bipartisan path in polarized House

Rep.-elect John James (R-MI) presumed Congress was dysfunctional. The Michigan Republican is nonetheless bewildered by what he’s learning about the institution, and his new colleagues, as he prepares to be sworn into office. → Read More

Democratic field in Virginia special election thins as party moves to block GOP upset

Democrats are beginning to consolidate their support in the special election campaign to fill a vacant House seat in Virginia. → Read More

Trump now trails DeSantis in 2024 primary in multiple polls

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis tops former President Donald Trump nationwide in a hypothetical matchup in the 2024 GOP White House primary in yet another survey fielded this month, suggesting the former president’s slippage in the polls is more than fleeting. → Read More

'Brutal map' scaring away potential DSCC chairs to lead Democrats in 2024

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) is having a hard time landing a new person to chair the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee amid concerns preserving the party’s grip on the chamber in 2024 is an impossible task. → Read More

DeSantis leads Trump by double digits in 2024 primary head-to-head: Poll

Republican voters overwhelmingly support Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) over former President Donald Trump in a theoretical matchup in the 2024 GOP White House primary, according to a fresh poll. → Read More

GOP's 2024 primary season gets underway in Indiana

Neighborly Indiana is turning out to be the first hotbed of Republican internecine warfare in the 2024 election cycle as early contenders for governor and Senate begin jockeying for position in primaries roughly 18 months away. → Read More

Indiana Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch joins 2024 race for governor

Indiana Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch is running for governor in 2024, she announced Monday in a glitzy campaign video and a tour of the state she began in her hometown of Evansville. → Read More