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Past articles by Chad:

How Redistricting Gives Republicans New Political Power

The GOP will start with a higher base of safe House seats than Democrats over the next five election cycles. → Read More

Big Tech Has Spent $36 Million on Ads to Torpedo Antitrust Bill

The legislation would block Amazon, Google, Facebook and Apple from favoring their own products. By contrast, supporters of the bill have spent less than $200,000. → Read More

Pennsylvania GOP Senate Primary Too Close to Call, AP Says

Former hedge-fund executive David McCormick and celebrity surgeon Mehmet Oz are locked in tight race; outcome isn’t likely until June. → Read More

Pennsylvania GOP Senate Race Might Be Headed for Recount

The outcome of Pennsylvania’s Republican U.S. Senate primary remained uncertain as election officials continued to count mail ballots a day after primaries in five states showed there are limits to Donald Trump’s grip on GOP voters. → Read More

New York Political Map Throws Wrench in Candidates’ Plans

A redistricting map drawn up by a court-appointed special master would add competitive House districts in the state. → Read More

Oregon Voters, Angry Over Crime and Inflation, Create Tough Race for Rep. Kurt Schrader

The seven-term centrist Democrat is facing a stiff primary challenge from Jamie McLeod-Skinner in a newly drawn district. → Read More

J.D. Vance, Tim Ryan Set to Battle for Ohio Blue-Collar Voters in November

Republican nominee J.D. Vance and Democrat Tim Ryan will be seeking the support of a crucial constituency in their bid for one of the state’s U.S. Senate seats. → Read More

Inflation Gets a Starring Role in GOP Congressional Campaign Ads

Republican candidates and conservative-leaning groups are eager to blame President Biden and other Democrats for rising prices. → Read More

Texans Kick Off Midterm Elections With Primaries for Governor, Congress

The contests will play an outsize role in deciding the general election because redistricting cut the number of competitive House seats. → Read More

Comcast, Goldman Sachs Resume PAC Giving to Republican Election Objectors

The companies joined others that are giving again to lawmakers who voted against certifying President Biden’s election win after the Jan. 6 Capitol riot by supporters of former President Donald Trump. → Read More

Trump Reports $122 Million Political War Chest as He Weighs 2024 Bid

The former president has the funds in cash spread across his post-presidency political operation and has made donations to dozens of Republican candidates for their midterm campaigns as he weighs another White House run, new Federal Election Commission filings show. → Read More

Unions, Pfizer and a Record Label Helped Biden Inaugural Committee Raise $61.8 Million

Pfizer, Uber and Lockheed Martin were among the dozen organizations that each gave $1 million to the largely virtual event. → Read More

Biden White House’s Ties to Big Tech Are Detailed in New Disclosures

National security adviser Jake Sullivan served on an advisory council for Microsoft last year, new federal disclosures show. → Read More

Biden Grants Waivers to Lobbyists to Serve On Transition

At least 40 people serving on President-elect Joe Biden’s transition team are or were once registered lobbyists, according to an analysis by The Wall Street Journal. The Biden transition team has sought to limit the influence of lobbyists in setting up the new administration. Its [ethics rules](htt → Read More

Biden Ended August With $141 Million More in Cash Than Trump

President Trump’s campaign cash advantage has evaporated as Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s team started the month with $466 million in the bank, about $141 million more than the president’s re-election effort. → Read More

Trump Calls Kamala Harris a ‘Madwoman’ in Latest Attack on Biden’s VP Pick

President Trump continued with a third day of name-calling to assail Sen. Kamala Harris, saying “she was so angry” in her questioning of now-Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh during his 2018 confirmation hearings. → Read More

Biden-Sanders Debate to See Candidates Go Toe-to-Toe on Key Issues

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders said this week that he plans to use the 11th Democratic debate to press front-runner Joe Biden on a series of liberal policy issues. → Read More

Super Tuesday to Test Whether Bloomberg’s Ad Presence Pays Off

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has been running the most TV ads in Super Tuesday states, which will show whether pouring millions into them pays off. → Read More

Iowa Democratic Caucuses Result? More Uncertainty

A breakdown in the Iowa Democratic Party’s system to report results led to hours of delays, cutting into the momentum of the eventual winner and raising questions about whether the caucus system would survive the snafu. → Read More

House committee approves guidelines for impeachment hearings

Impeachment has divided Democrats who control the House. → Read More