Rand Paul: Sen Rand Paul (R) plans to launch his Presidential campaign today at the Galt House in Louisville, Ky. Just like Hillary opening her campaign HQ on Clinton Street, the symbolism of the Ayn Rand loving Paul having a campaign kickoff at the Galt House is probably just a coincidence.Share on Facebook
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Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest 4/3/15… Democrat Pete Gallego is back for a rematch in Texas swing seat
• TX-23: On Thursday, former Democratic Rep. Pete Gallego announced that he would seek a rematch with freshman Republican Will Hurd. While the DCCC began recruiting Gallego almost immediately after his 2014 defeat, his comeback bid was no sure thing.
While the GOP will mock Gallego as a retread, his decision is good news for Team Blue.Share on Facebook
MT-Gov: Republicans are planning to target Gov. Steve Bullock, a red state Democrat who only narrowly won his first term. No one serious has jumped in yet, but the Bozeman Daily Chronicle tells us that state Democrats are preparing to face wealthy businessman Greg Gianforte…..Share on Facebook
NV-Sen: Gravis Marketing has the first early look at this race after the retirement announcement of Sen. Harry Reid (D). As expected, much centers on whether Gov. Brian Sandoval (R) decides to run. If he does, he would be a heavy favorite, leading potential Democratic candidates ex-AG Catherine Cortez Masto and Rep. Dina Titus by 16 and 18 points, respectively. If he doesn’t run, Democrats appear to be a slight favorite……Share on Facebook
Reposted from Daily Kos Elections by Jeff Singer attribution: REUTERS Democratic Senate candiate Tammy Duckworth Leading Off:• IL-Sen: As expected, Rep. Tammy Duckworth formally kicked off her campaign against GOP Sen. Mark Kirk on Monday, making her the first Democrat …Share on Facebook
Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest 3/30/15… Nevada institution Harry Reid announces surprise retirement
• NV-Sen: Despite spending the last few months saying he would run for re-election, Democratic Sen. Harry Reid announced on Friday that he would not be on the ballot in 2016. Nevada was already emerging as a major battleground for control of the Senate, and this move won’t change that.
It’s unclear if Reid’s departure will help or hurt his party’s chances at holding this seat.Share on Facebook
Political Roundup for March 30th, 2015…Will Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval (R) run for the Senate?… Red Racing Horses
NV-Sen: Governor Brian Sandoval (R) remains elusive as to whether or not he plans to run for the now-open Nevada Senate Seat. The Governor is massively popular, especially for a swing state, but the unexpected state Republican majorities swept in by the 2014 elections might convince him to stay in Carson City.Share on Facebook
“Secretary Clinton thinks we need to all work together to return the special U.S.-Israel relationship to constructive footing, to get back to basic shared concerns and interests, including a two-state solution pursued through direct negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians,”Share on Facebook