Little-known congressman launches early presidential bid
Less than nine months since the last White House election and more than three years before the next one, the race for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination has its first candidate: Maryland Rep. John Delaney.
Old faces, new races in a state shaken up by Pearce bid
New Mexico Rep. Steve Pearce's announcement two weeks ago that he plans to run for governor in 2018 (Greenwire, July 10) has already felled a set of dominoes in the Land of Enchantment — including ones that could have a significant impact on public land use and utility policy.
Rep. Gomez headed to Natural Resources, Oversight panels
New California Rep. Jimmy Gomez (D) appears to be headed to the House Natural Resources and House Oversight and Government Reform committees.
Who will be more bummed out by Ga. special election result?
As Georgia voters head to the polls today to elect a replacement in Congress for Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, here is one incontrovertible fact: Special election results are almost always overinterpreted.
Cardin: Green programs will survive Trump push to kill them
A senior Democrat on the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee told a gathering of environmentalists last night that he's been pleasantly surprised by how key environmental programs have survived despite Republican majorities in Congress.