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Past articles by Zach:

Senate GOP May be Key to Driving Compromise in Divided Congress

Senate Republicans say they’re ready to talk. → Read More

Durbin Undiminished in Senate as He Reaps ‘Rewards of Seniority’

Some of the most powerful Democrats in Congress are stepping away from leadership. Not Dick Durbin. → Read More

McCarthy’s Speaker Struggles Hamper Fast Start for New Majority

Kevin McCarthy isn’t the only one sweating his bid to be the next speaker of the House. → Read More

House Office Lottery Brings Fist Bumps, Frowns From New Members

Max Miller, a former Trump White House aide who won an Ohio House seat in November, had cause for more celebration Friday. → Read More

Narrow House Majority Empowers ‘Manchin Of The House’ Moderates

Rep. Henry Cuellar’s primary challenger cast the conservative Democrat as “the Joe Manchin of the House.” “I take that as a compliment, not as an insult,” Cuellar said in an interview after surviving his primary and then winning a toss-up race for re-election in a south Texas district last week. → Read More

Your Complete Guide to Election Night—and Beyond (Podcast)

Election Day is finally here! With so many competitive races, and control of the House and Senate up for grabs, there will be a lot to watch on Tuesday and the days that follow. → Read More

Gun-Toting Boebert Escalates Attacks in Colorado Political Duel

Democrat Adam Frisch’s quest to unseat Rep. Lauren Boebert makes him a target for the curious and the hostile. → Read More

Utah Senate Race Between Lee, McMullin Scrambles Partisan Lines

In a midterm election largely divided along clear partisan lines, the Senate race in deep-red Utah stands out as an exception. → Read More

Palin’s Bid for Congress Hinges on Voters Liking Her Second-Best

Sarah Palin has a third shot at getting a job in Washington as she tries again to get to Congress. → Read More

Late New Hampshire Senate Primary Divides Republican Voters

The last primary in this year’s marquee Senate races is also among the most unsettled. → Read More

Oversight Panel Opening Spurs Competition Among Democrats (1)

The race to lead Democrats on the House Oversight and Reform Committee next year has already begun with Reps. Gerry Connolly and Stephen Lynch both announcing they will run, and Jamie Raskin considering joining the mix. → Read More

Democrats Point Finger at Major Food Companies for Higher Prices

Democrats are blaming major food producers for passing along inflation to consumers while recording profits — a strategy they hope can blunt the political impact of rising prices ahead of the midterm elections. → Read More

Democrats View Biden as Campaign Asset Despite His Unpopularity

Many Democrats are cautiously welcoming President Joe Biden on the campaign trail, banking on his assets outweighing his unpopularity in the party’s bid to retain control of both chambers of Congress. → Read More

Schumer Grasps for Democratic Unity With Majority on the Line

Chuck Schumer began his second year as majority leader staring down the possibility that it may be his last. → Read More

Voting Rights Rules Changes Floated to Overcome GOP Resistance

Senate Democrats are considering modest rules changes to advance voting rights legislation though are unlikely to abolish the super-majority threshold that has been the biggest obstacle to moving the election agenda. → Read More