Attorney and St. Petersburg native Jessica Ehrlich is ready for a rematch with GOP Rep. Bill Young, and this time, the congressman – who during their 2012 contest notoriously sent his son Billy to a candidate forum in his place – may actually have to show up.
An attorney and activist ready for a rematch
A 22-term GOP incumbent with an out-of-step record
A pickup opportunity in a district Barack Obama won twice
Martha Robertson was both the first woman and the first Democrat from her district to be elected to the Tompkins County Legislature, where she forged a reputation for consensus-building and compromise in the interest of the county’s neighborhoods, small businesses and green spaces.
A real community leader with an eye on Congress
An unflagging advocate for kids, housing and the environment
An 11-county district with a tea-party incumbent, Tom Reed
A squeaker won by a less-than-squeaky-clean incumbent
Illinois Rep. Rodney Davis barely squeaked by to win one of the country’s closest 2012 House races, courting his Tea Party base with fervent support for the Ryan budget and pledges to repeal Obamacare. Davis is a consummate insider groomed by convicted Illinois ex-Gov. George Ryanbut Democrats have a perfect foil in former Madison County Chief Judge Ann Callis.
A nationally recognized reformer
A right-wing incumbent dogged by ethics investigators
Redistricting and California’s first-ever, 2012 “jungle primary” – in which the top two vote-getters, regardless of party, advanced to the general – resulted in a number of narrow GOP wins and predictions that those seats could easily flip in 2014.
A Democratic-leaning seat prime for pickup
A self-made attorney and community activist
A vulnerable GOP incumbent on the wrong side of the issues.
An opportunity to add another woman to the Bay State’s delegation
Rep. Ed Markey’s decision to run for Secretary of State John Kerry’s Senate seat – a contest Markey is favored to win – opened the door for prosecutor, mom and highly popular state Sen. Katherine Clark to run for his heavily Democratic House seat. Clark, a longtime activist, is lauded throughout her community for her work on public safety, education and health care.
The chance to add a woman to the Bay State delegation
In Congress, Gwen Graham wants to be “part of the solution, not part of the problem.” And that’s exactly why the attorney, school official and mother of three is challenging Tea Party Rep. Steve Southerland in Florida’s Second Congressional District. Daughter of former Sen. and Gov.
A passionate candidate challenging the “problem” in Congress
A Tea Party extremist incumbent with an egregious record on choice and guns