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The fight over a broad religious exemption in the Employment Nondiscrimination Act is all but over. The question is whether the House minority leader Nancy Pelosi, D-San Francisco will attempt to force the bill to a vote in the House this year. Pelosi has said all options are on the table. The Senate Wednesday approved [Read More]
House minority leader Nancy Pelosi will announce on Wednesday morning in Washington whether she will run again to lead Democrats in the minority, after failing to win the net 25 seats she needed to regain the Speaker’s gavel that she lost in 2010 after four years as the highest ranking female politician in U.S. history. [...] [Read More]
Millions of dollars are poured into tight Congressional campaigns in the hopes that more money, and in turn more advertising, will help candidates win elections. Although a few financial underdogs managed a win this election, overall the big spenders remained on top.
Here’s a breakdown of the most expensive campaigns and the top Senate and House spenders who won, or didn’t.[Read More]
We haven’t seen New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo make any endorsements in the Empire State’s slew of competitive congressional races, but he’ll attend a fundraiser Tuesday evening in New York City alongside House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-San Francisco, to raise money for the Super PAC boosting Democrats as they try to re-take the house. [...] [Read More]