House News & Analysis

Podcast Episode 25: Virginia Races + Women’s Softball Game w/ Laura Vozzella + Atalie Ebersole

June 13, 2024 · 2:01 PM EDT

Nathan Gonzales and Jacob Rubashkin analyze the upcoming Virginia primaries and general election with Laura Vozzella of The Washington Post and talk about the upcoming annual congressional women’s softball game for breast cancer research with Atalie Ebersole of the Pet Food Institute. 

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Primary Results in Maine, Nevada, North Dakota, and South Carolina, and Ohio 6 Special

by Jacob Rubashkin June 12, 2024 · 12:46 PM EDT

Two more House Republicans survived spirited primary challenges this week. Elsewhere, Republicans picked their nominees in takeover targets in Maine and Nevada, and nearly got a shock in GOP territory in Appalachian Ohio.

Voters in four states – Maine, Nevada, North Dakota, and South Carolina – cast primary ballots on…

New York 19: Riley vs. Molinaro Rematch

by Jacob Rubashkin June 7, 2024 · 2:29 PM EDT

At the confluence of New York’s Hudson Valley, Southern Tier, and Capital Region, Democrats are hoping a rematch of one of 2022’s closest House races is not just a replay of last cycle’s outcome.

Armed with better fundraising and unburdened by the lack of a gubernatorial slugfest at the top…

House: Key Primary Results from Iowa, Montana, New Jersey and New Mexico

by Jacob Rubashkin June 5, 2024 · 11:06 AM EDT

Earlier in the cycle, June 4 looked like a must-watch primary night with marquee Senate primaries in New Jersey and Montana. But most of the drama dissipated long before voters went to the polls on Tuesday, and the remaining notable races played out as expected. 

Voters in five states cast…

Podcast Episode 24: Nevada Races with Gabby Birenbaum of The Nevada Independent

May 30, 2024 · 12:37 PM EDT

Nathan Gonzales, Jacob Rubashkin and Gabby Birenbaum of The Nevada Independent look ahead to key races in Nevada including upcoming primaries and a handful of consequential races that will help determine who sits in the White House and which party controls Congress. 

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North Carolina 1: Tar Heel Target

by Jacob Rubashkin May 23, 2024 · 2:30 PM EDT

North Carolina has been at the center of the House battlefield for much of the last decade, with the evenly divided state often hosting multiple competitive races.

Not so in 2024.

A Republican takeover of the state Supreme Court in 2022 cleared the way for the GOP-controlled state legislature to…

House: Key Primary Results from Georgia, Oregon, Idaho, and Kentucky

May 22, 2024 · 1:04 PM EDT

By Nathan L. Gonzales & Jacob Rubashkin

Primary voters cast their ballots in four more states, clarifying a key general election race and nominating a likely new member of Congress in a key primary. 

Even with Georgia, Idaho, Kentucky, and Oregon now in the rearview mirror (except for a Georgia…

Podcast Episode 23: Oregon primaries with Dirk VanderHart of OPB

May 16, 2024 · 12:45 PM EDT

Nathan Gonzales, Jacob Rubashkin and Dirk VanderHart of Oregon Public Broadcasting (OPB) look ahead to key House primaries in Oregon and look back at consequential results in Maryland, Nebraska, and West Virginia.

Listen to the podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or Pocket Casts here.

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Maryland, Nebraska, West Virginia Unveil Key Primary Results

by Nathan L. Gonzales May 15, 2024 · 12:30 PM EDT

Three small-ish states hosted more than a handful of consequential primaries. Results in Maryland, Nebraska, and West Virginia either clarified key general election contests or offered nominations to candidates who will likely be coming to Congress next year because they are running in solid states and districts.

Maryland. 
Senate.…

Report Shorts (May 9, 2024)

May 9, 2024 · 2:25 PM EDT

Indiana’s 3rd District. Former Rep. Marlin Stutzman prevailed in a crowded and competitive GOP primary with 24 percent, finishing ahead of businessman Tim Smith (23 percent), judge Wendy Davis (19 percent), state Sen. Andy Zay (16 percent), contractor Grant Bucher (10 percent), and others. The Fort Wayne-area seat is comfortably…