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Alabama Senate Runoff Next Week; Update on Other Fall Elections

2017 is an off year in advance of a busy 2018, but there are still a few races this fall worth noting

California Legislature Approves Earlier 2020 Primary; Awaits Gov. Signature

Moving the primary date up 3 months may enhance California's influence in selecting a democratic nominee and also help two prospective candidates from the state

Rep. Dave Trott of Michigan to Retire; District Moves to Toss-Up

The 2nd term Michigan Republican represents a potentially competitive House district in Detroit's western suburbs

Roll Call: House Passes Disaster Relief, Debt Ceiling Increase

A bipartisan vote of 316-90 sends the legislation to President Trump's desk

Charlie Dent Retiring From House

The influential leader of GOP moderates will not seek reelection in 2018






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