Red 2 Blue

The DCCC Red to Blue list represents their top-tier candidates in districts that the DCCC has targeted in their 2018 flip the house campaign.

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  • Kathy Manning NC 13 (D)

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    RAISED: $3,762,738
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    Manning received her BA from Harvard University in 1978 and her JD from the University of Michigan Law School in 1981. Since 2004 she has been a Partner in Manning and Associates Professional Limited Liability Company. She led the Jewish Federations of North America, where she helped people who lost their jobs during the Great Recession gain access to food, health care, mortgage assistance and job retraining. She also helped create a private-sector program to help those who had dropped out of school return to finish their degrees. Healthcare is a priority for Manning, including prescription medication at reasonable prices, ncludes the protection of Social Security and Medicare. She is endorsed by End Citizens United.

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    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Kara, a Midwesterner, married with one daughter, chose to live in Omaha. Since her childhoodsurrounded by family who had done military service, and worked in unions, she has been a democratand determined to "help others." She is a trained social worker. She is Vice Chair of the Board ofGovernors of MCC which has strengthened non-discrimination, created jobs through training programsand banned tobacco usage. She started Omaha Healthy Kids Alliance and grew it to a nationallyrecognized and award-winning non-profit to support green, safe and healthy housing in Omaha. She willtake a lead in healthcare, education and climate change.

  • Seth Grossman NJ 2 (R)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $288,389
    CASH ON HAND: $5,274
    % OF TOTAL REP $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

  • Thomas Macarthur NJ 3 (R)

    Incumbent (Primary Winner)

    WARCHEST: $2,756,787

    CHALLENGERS:
    1 Dem (Raised: $5,827,667)
    0 Rep (Raised: )
    0 Other (Raised: )

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 2015. Former Career: Mayor of Randolph. Education: Hofstra University. Currently resides in Toms River.Tom Macarthur is the Republican member of the United States House of Representatives for New Jersey’s 3rd congressional district. He grew up in Hebron, Connecticut, and later received his bachelor’s degree from Hofstra University. After graduating from Hofstra MacArthur became an insurance adjuster, and eventually became the chairman and CEO of York Risk Services Group, a multi-national organization that helped clients manage their claims. He was chairman and chief executive officer of York Risk Services Group for 11 years. He served on the Randolph, New Jersey, Township Council from 2011 through 2013, including a tenure as mayor in 2013. He successfully ran for Congress in 2014 election, the race proving to be the most expensive 2014 open-seat contest in the country. He was reelected in 2016 election with 60% of the vote. As a Congressman MacArthur was the only member from the New Jersey congressional delegation to vote yes for the federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017; other lawmakers harshly criticized the adverse impact of the bill on New Jersey taxpayers. MacArthur opposes the Trump administration’s proposal to open New Jersey’s waters to offshore oil and gas drilling. He voted for the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act, exempting some banks from the Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, financial regulatory package and voted for the Financial CHOICE Act of 2017, amending the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, eliminating the requirement that financial advisors act in their clients’ best interests.

  • Leonard Lance NJ 7 (R)

    Incumbent (Primary Winner)

    WARCHEST: $2,596,114

    CHALLENGERS:
    1 Dem (Raised: $5,526,737)
    0 Rep (Raised: )
    0 Other (Raised: )

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 2009. Former Career: New Jersey Senate, New Jersey General Assembly. Education: Lehigh University, Vanderbilt University, Princeton University. Currently resides in Clinton Township.Leonard Lance is the Republican U.S. Representative for New Jersey’s 7th congressional district. Lance was born in Easton, Pennsylvania, and later received a B.A. from Lehigh University in 1974, a J.D. from Vanderbilt University Law School in 1977 and an M.P.A. from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University in New Jersey. Lance served in the New Jersey General Assembly for 11 years (1991–2002) and served in the New Jersey Senate for 7 years (2002–2009). He was first elected to the U.S. House in 2008. As a moderate Republican Congressman, he has amassed a mixed record on environmental regulation, and opposed net neutrality. He opposed federal funding of Planned Parenthood, and federally funded insurance plans which provide coverage for abortion. He opposed the Iran Nuclear Deal. Lance opposes same-sex marriage, but co-sponsored Barney Frank’s Employment Non-Discrimination Act prohibiting employment discrimination on the basis of actual or perceived sexual orientation or gender identity. Lance has a mixed record on guns, having supported some restrictions on gun rights while opposing others. In December 2017 Lance opposed the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act, which would require states to honor concealed weapons permits for people who got them in other states, and co-sponsored legislation that would ban bump stocks. Lance cast notable votes against the Republican-sponsored Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 which targeted New Jersey and other high-tax states. He voted against and the American Health Care Act of 2017, which would have partially repealed the Affordable Care Act.

  • Jay Webber NJ 11 (R)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $1,547,723
    CASH ON HAND: $22,311
    % OF TOTAL REP $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

  • Stella Herrell NM 2 (R)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $1,508,608
    CASH ON HAND: $170,618
    % OF TOTAL REP $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

  • Perry Gershon NY 1 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $3,351,890
    CASH ON HAND: $154
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Perry, a 22-year resident on the South Fork, is the son of two research physicians, and grandson ofimmigrants on one side and of an US army physician on the other. He attributes his devotion to publicservice to his heritage. A successful businessman, he is disturbed by a Washington political class thatcares more about themselves than the American people and wants to do something about it. Hedemonstrated that by co-founding a firm after 2008 which offered alternatives to traditional lendingsources that had dried up. He is not interested in partisan fights, but will fight for Long Island’s middleclass using his business experience and entrepreneurial spirt. He is married with two children.

  • Liuba Grechen Shirley NY 2 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $1,951,086
    CASH ON HAND: $18,795
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Liuba, married with two children, has deep roots in Long Island, the granddaughter of Russianimmigrants to Amityville, graduated with BA and MBA from NYU, worked for educational andinternational agencies, and as Director of Operations, Economic Development and Africa Programs atNYU. Presently she is an independent consultant. She founded NY 2nd District Democrats in response tothe Donald Trump’s election to engage Long Island residents in the political process. Liuba has focusedspecifically on women’s economic empowerment in her career. She has strived to empower workersboth domestically and abroad, and led delegations to Capitol Hill to lobby for strong Americanleadership at the UN.

  • Dan Donovan NY 11 (R)

    Incumbent (Primary Winner)

    WARCHEST: $2,553,454

    CHALLENGERS:
    1 Dem (Raised: $4,064,122)
    0 Rep (Raised: )
    1 Other (Raised: $0)

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 2015. Former Career: Richmond County District Attorney. Education: St. John’s University, Fordham University. Currently resides in Great Kills.

  • John Faso NY 19 (R)

    Incumbent (Primary Winner)

    WARCHEST: $3,609,724

    CHALLENGERS:
    1 Dem (Raised: $8,616,934)
    0 Rep (Raised: )
    2 Other (Raised: $0)

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 2017. Former Career: New York State Assembly. Education: State University of New York at Brockport, Georgetown University. Currently resides in Kinderhook. John James Faso Jr. is the Republican U.S. Representative for New York’s 19th congressional district. Faso graduated from Georgetown University Law Center in 1979. After law school, Faso took political jobs in Washington, D.C. while considering running for elective office in New York. Faso was a member of the New York State Assembly from 1987 to 2002. In late 2002, Faso joined the firm of Manatt, Phelps & Phillips; he took a leave of absence to run for governor in 2006, and after being defeated rejoined the firm. On November 8, 2016, Faso won the election to Congress for New York’s 19th district, defeating Democratic challenger Zephyr Teachout. As a Congressman Faso voted in favor of the American Health Care Act, the House Republican bill to repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare).] He faced protests in his congressional district over his position on the AHCA. Faso voted against the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 arguing that the $10,000 state and local tax deduction would also deeply impact New York residents of all wealth levels. He is married with two children.

  • Tedra Cobb NY 21 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $1,536,510
    CASH ON HAND: $39,321
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Tedra, raised in a family of 11 (including 9 adopted children), married with children of her own, alwayshas understood what frugality is. She started working and saving for college in middle school. Coupledwith TAP and Pell grants she finished SUNY Potsdam, married her husband and remained in Canton. Shestarted a community health agency and her husband started a non-profit to help reduce people’s utilitycosts. In 2001 she won a seat in the St. Lawrence County Legislature against all odds, where she servedfor 8 years. She led efforts to pass ethics laws and set up a Board of Ethics. She got an MA and started anew business, Tedra Cobb & Associates, which helps people and organizations communicate andcollaborate. She decided to run for Congress when the current representative voted for the highlypartisan American Healthcare Act which would have devastated the people of NY 21st district. She willput the district’s issue above that of party.

  • Claudia Tenney NY 22 (R)

    Incumbent (Primary Winner)

    WARCHEST: $2,604,032

    CHALLENGERS:
    1 Dem (Raised: $4,320,456)
    0 Rep (Raised: )
    0 Other (Raised: )

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 2017. Former Career: New York State Assembly. Education: Colgate University, University of Cincinnati College of Law. Currently resides in New Hartford.

  • Tracy Mitrano NY 23 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $1,761,345
    CASH ON HAND: $12,687
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Tracy says it’s her combination of working class roots and higher education coupled with her ability to serve Congress as an I.T. expert that sets her apart from the rest of the field. Tracy was born in Rochester where her parents owned a restaurant downtown. Because of her parents’ sacrifices she was the first one in her family to go to college.  She received a Ph.D in American History from Binghamton University and a Law degree from Cornell. In that time she worked as a professor, administrator and consultant mainly in the information technology field. She has taught at colleges and universities across the state, most recently serving as the Director of Information Technology Policy at Cornell University. As an internet policy expert, she was a member of the EDUCAUSE Board, and sat on the New York State Board of Education Task Force on Distance Education. After retiring from Cornell, she built a successful consulting business and created a cybersecurity certificate degree for the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. Her expertise is widely recognized in higher education, government, and the private sector. She has two grown children.

  • Dana Balter NY 24 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $2,561,877
    CASH ON HAND: $23,985
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Dana Balter is running for universal, affordable healthcare; high-quality education for every child; economic justice and meaningful employment; racial justice and equal treatment under the law; and protection of natural resources.Dana received a BS from Northwestern University where she studied Theater and Communication Sciences and Disorders. After several years working for a nonprofit organization that provides services to adults with cognitive disabilities, she received her Master’s degree in Public Administration from the University of Connecticut. Now she is a PhD candidate with concentrations in Public Finance and Nonprofit Studies. Dana is a visiting assistant teaching professor at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University. She describes herself as a "pragmatic progressive" who supported Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election, but also liked the message and ideas touted by Sen. Bernie Sanders. Dana is one of the organizers of CNY Solidarity Coalition, a grassroots group of activists that formed to oppose the policies of President Donald Trump after he was elected.As Dana sees it, since the election of Donald Trump, “our nation is fighting for its very soul…The people I love, the country I love, the values I love are all being threatened and I cannot stand idly by.”

  • Nathan Mcmurray NY 27 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $1,274,408
    CASH ON HAND: $132,528
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Nate was born and raised in North Tonawanda NY. After graduating from high school Nathan enrolled at Erie Community College and then SUNY Buffalo, where he graduated with honors. He earned a law degree from Hastings College of Law, and continued his studies with a Master’s Degree in Law from Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. The US government awarded Nate a Fulbright Scholarship to study the development of constitutional democracy in South Korea, which led to a position teaching American law at the Judicial Research and Training Institute in Seoul. He held positions in private law practices, where he represented U.S. business interests in Asia. He is an internationally recognized expert on Asian and Asian business and cultural affairs, and his commentary and interviews have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, NPR’s Marketplace, the Sydney Herald, and many other publications. Nathan is fluent in Korean and Mandarin Chinese. Nathan is the Town Supervisor of Grand Island, New York and the vice president for development for Delaware North. 

  • Aftab Pureval OH 1 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $3,899,657
    CASH ON HAND: $4,026
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Aftab Pureval is the Hamilton County Clerk of Courts, the first Democrat to hold this office in more than 100 years. Aftab was born and raised in Southwest Ohio, the son of first- generation Americans who came to this country from India. He earned a B.A. in political science from Ohio State University in 2005 and a J.D. from the University of Cincinnati College of Law in 2008. After receiving his law degree, he became an antitrust litigator for firm White and Case. He returned to Hamilton County to become Special Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Dept. of Justice. In 2013, he worked as in-house counsel for Procter & Gamble. He was awarded Cincinnati Business Courier’s 40 under 40 in 2015. Aftab brought modern and professional reforms to the Clerk’s office. He ended patronage and nepotism, launched a new website, cut fees for public records, and put services online. Aftab has also been active in the community, becoming the first man to serve on the board of the Women’s Fund. He is also on the boards of the Ohio Innocence Project, Cincinnati Union Bethel, and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. He has been awarded the NAACP Theodore Berry Award for Service and been recognized by the Business Courier as one of their 40 under 40.

  • Ken Harbaugh OH 7 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $2,725,248
    CASH ON HAND: $19,566
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Ken is a former Navy pilot, an Ohioan, and a lifelong champion of military veterans, most recently serving as President of Team Rubicon Global, an aid organization that trains military veterans to deploy to natural disasters. He will stand up for working Ohioans by ensuring everyone has access to affordable healthcare, bringing good-paying jobs back to the state, leading the charge to combat the opioid crisis, preserving a secure retirement for seniors, and guaranteeing that Congress lives up to promises made to our veterans. He is ready to take on the political disaster in Washington.

  • Theresa Gasper OH 10 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $1,069,338
    CASH ON HAND: $16,605
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Theresa Gasper is running for Congress because “we deserve a representative who understands the challenges we face and will work to raise wages, lower healthcare costs, and create more local good-paying jobs.”Theresa is a business owner in Dayton Ohio. She runs Full Circle Development, a company that has focused on restoring Dayton’s South Park neighborhood. Her extensive background in housing advocacy includes service on community boards that educate first-time homebuyers, coach existing homeowners through loan modification, and organize volunteer repairs for elderly homeowners. She was previously president of Colonel Glenn Executive Suites, Division of Roberts Office Services.Theresa is launching a ballot initiative to reduce the impact of dark money in politics. When completed and adopted, this initiative will require all campaign ads to disclose the true source of funds. It will end the practice of hiding influential donors behind soft sounding PAC names. Theresa lives in Beavercreek with her husband. She has said her campaign will reach out to the “politically homeless” who feel that the binary political system does not represent them.

  • Daniel O'Connor OH 12 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $8,472,055
    CASH ON HAND: $42,036
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Danny O’Connor was born and raised in Shelby County in rural Ohio. He has a bachelor’s degree in political science from Wright State University and a law degree from Syracuse University. After graduating from college, O’Connor spent a year in the Jesuit Volunteer Corps as a legal advocate helping veterans, immigrants, and families stricken by poverty. O’Connor aided people who had nowhere else to turn, helping them keep their heat on, get the benefits they had earned through military service, and allowing them to keep a roof over their heads. O’Connor worked in the Franklin County Prosecutor’s Office before starting a law practice, serving people in the community and helping to run a small business. He was elected Franklin County Recorder in 2016, where he manages a staff of 54 employees. He has helped make the officient more efficient for taxpayers and instituted reforms that helped homeowners, veterans, and the homeless. He worked to make the Recorder’s Office a place that supports working families, creating the department’s first paid family leave program. In 2015, Danny and his law partner were honored to contribute to the American Association of Matrimonial Lawyers Amicus Brief supporting Ohioan Jim Obergefell’s push to recognize marriage equality. Danny is running to expand health care coverage, protect Medicare and Social Security, create economic opportunities for working families and small business owners, and end the partisan dysfunction in Washington. Danny will work with both sides of the aisle to make our government work again. As a small business owner, the son of a breast cancer survivor and a non-profit director, and a reformer who has worked to fix what’s broken with our government, Danny is uniquely qualified to bring new leadership that fights for Central Ohio families to Congress.

  • Betsy Rader OH 14 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $2,218,584
    CASH ON HAND: $11,742
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Betsy is a lifelong Ohioan, who was able to attend Ohio State and later Yale Law school through scholarships. She served as director of Geauga County’s advocacy program for abused children, practiced as Senior Counsel at the Cleveland Clinic, and recently worked for Medicare and Medicaid helping to design cost-effective, high quality care for patients. As a civil rights lawyer, Betsy fights every day for the rights of those who face discrimination in the workplace. She will take her experience to Washington, where she will be a voice for all Ohioans.

  • Gregory Mccauley PA 6 (R)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $195,375
    CASH ON HAND: $55,372
    % OF TOTAL REP $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

  • Marty Nothstein PA 7 (R)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $840,343
    CASH ON HAND: $26,770
    % OF TOTAL REP $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

  • John Chrin PA 8 (R)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $1,795,188
    CASH ON HAND: $3,664
    % OF TOTAL REP $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

  • Jessica King PA 11 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $1,914,642
    CASH ON HAND: $72,712
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Jess is a working mom, small business champion, and a leader in local economic development. After graduating from college, she moved to Pittsburgh’s East End for a year of service and spent the next decade of her life fighting for affordable housing and community development. She served as the founding Executive Director of the Union Project, an effort that restored an abandoned church into an arts and social enterprise incubator. In 2010, she became Executive Director of ASSETS and built it into one of Lancaster’s most impactful organizations. Jess is running because together we can transform this country so that all of us can make ends meet, protect our clean air and water, and get the health care we need.

  • Susan Boser PA 15 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $118,207
    CASH ON HAND: $0
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    “I care deeply about the rural way of life, where families know and support each other, the communities are safe and friendly…I’m running because government can and should find solutions to grow the rural economy,” Boser says. Susan received a BA in English and a Master in Community Counseling from St. Bonaventure University. She worked for twenty years for human services in rural, southwestern New York, which included providing home-based assistance and drug and alcohol rehabilitation to families in crisis. Like southwestern Pennsylvania, southwestern New York struggles with low wages and high unemployment. Boser’s experience with these conditions led her back to school to study how effective policy and government might make a difference, and she earned a PhD, Human Services and Program Evaluation from Cornell University. Now a professor at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, her research focuses on how local government can combat social problems. Boser is active in local volunteer service. She is a leader with the Indiana County Sustainable Economic Development Task Force. In this role, she works with county government and local organizations to contribute to the county’s economic development plan. Boser is on the Board of Directors for the Community Guidance Center. She also serves on the Steering Committee for the Food Co-Op of Indiana PA, serving as treasurer. Boser lives in Indiana PA and is married with three children.

  • Ron Dinicola PA 16 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $1,482,095
    CASH ON HAND: $3,136
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    More than two decades ago, Ron narrowly lost a tough race for Congress against a longtime lawmaker seeking re-election. Now DiNicola will get another shot against a five term ncumbent in November. The son of an immigrant bricklayer, Ron grew up on Erie’s west side in a house his father built. After high school graduation, he joined the Marines, and after his military service he attended Harvard University on the GI Bill, obtaining a degree in government. He then earned his law degree from Georgetown University. Ron has a long history of public service. He is the former chief solicitor for Erie County government and past chairman of the Erie County Democratic Party. DiNicola is also chairman of Empower Erie, a nonprofit leading the push to establish a community college in Erie County. He is currently a Partner, DiNicola Law Offices. DiNicola said he is taking a leave of absence from various local nonprofit boards as he runs for Congress. Ron is the recipient of the 2012 NAACP Spirit of the Community Award and the 2015 "Voice for Children Vision Award" of the Pennsylvania Association for the Education of Young Children. Last year he was named "Man of the Year" by the Giuseppe Mazzini Civic Association. Ron is married with three children.

  • John Culberson TX 7 (R)

    Incumbent (Primary Winner)

    WARCHEST: $2,909,966

    CHALLENGERS:
    1 Dem (Raised: $5,701,573)
    0 Rep (Raised: )
    0 Other (Raised: )

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 2001. Former Career: Texas House of Representatives. Education: Southern Methodist University, South Texas College of Law. Currently resides in Houston.

  • Joseph Kopser TX 21 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $2,962,315
    CASH ON HAND: $9,539
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Joseph graduated from West Point, served in the Army, and received his Master’s from Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. Upon his return from Iraq, he was assigned to work alongside the Future Forces Integration Director in the Army’s Future Combat Systems program, where he went to work designing the Army of the future. After frequent trips to the Pentagon to brief Army leaders on these future forces plans, Joseph was pulled up into the office of the Army’s Chief of Staff. He then became a successful entrepreneur before stepping down from corporate life to get involved in politics after Donald Trump was elected president.

  • Gina Jones TX 23 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $5,223,655
    CASH ON HAND: $176,821
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    After graduating from Boston University, Gina entered the U.S. Air Force as an intelligence officer, where she was deployed to Iraq. In the 12-years following her active duty service, Gina has continued to build her career in national security, intelligence, and defense. She served as the Senior Advisor for Trade Enforcement, a position President Obama created by Executive Order in 2012. She would later be invited to serve as a Director for Investment at the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative where she led the portfolio that reviewed foreign investments to ensure they did not pose national security risks. Gina will fight every day to ensure all Americans are given the opportunities and promise of a better future that our country gave to her and her family.

  • Pete Sessions TX 32 (R)

    Incumbent (Primary Winner)

    WARCHEST: $5,029,311

    CHALLENGERS:
    1 Dem (Raised: $5,400,650)
    0 Rep (Raised: )
    1 Other (Raised: $0)

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 1997. Former Career: marketing executive. Education: Southwestern University. Currently resides in Dallas.

  • Mia Love UT 4 (R)

    Incumbent (Primary Winner)

    WARCHEST: $5,568,069

    CHALLENGERS:
    1 Dem (Raised: $3,326,683)
    0 Rep (Raised: )
    0 Other (Raised: )

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 2015. Former Career: Mayor of Saratoga Springs. Education: University of Hartford. Currently resides in Saratoga Springs.

  • Scott Taylor VA 2 (R)

    Incumbent (Primary Winner)

    WARCHEST: $3,693,051

    CHALLENGERS:
    1 Dem (Raised: $3,421,448)
    0 Rep (Raised: )
    0 Other (Raised: )

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 2017. Former Career: Virginia House of Delegates. Education: Harvard University Extension School. Currently resides in Virginia Beach. Taylor was born in Baltimore and after high school enlisted in the United States Navy and served with the SEALs, first taking part in counter-narcotics and foreign intelligence defense missions. He is fluent in Spanish and served overseas in South and Central America. After leaving the military Taylor worked in security consulting and he earned a Bachelor of Liberal Arts concentrating on International Relations from the Harvard Extension School. He is a real estate broker. In 2016 Taylor defeated Democrat Shaun Brown to win a seat in the US House of Representatives, where he is a member of the Republican Main Street Partnership, as well as of the Republican Study Committee. On August 7, 2018, the Virginia Beach commonwealth’s attorney appointed a special prosecutor to investigate possibly fraudulent petitions circulated by members of Taylor’s 2018 campaign staff on behalf of the now independent candidate, Shaun Brown. The petitions were allegedly part of an improper effort to help the independent candidate get on the ballot, siphoning voters from his Democratic challenger, and splitting the Democratic vote in a highly competitive race. The allegations included using the names of dead people or voters who did not live in the district on signature petitions. On September 5 a Richmond Circuit Court judge ordered independent candidate Shaun Brown removed from the ballot, finding that her qualifying petition was tainted by “forgery” and “out and out fraud.” Many of those signatures were gathered by staffers working for Scott Taylor, who declined to answer questions in court, invoking their Fifth Amendment against self- incrimination.

  • Leslie Cockburn VA 5 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $3,533,313
    CASH ON HAND: $7,411
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Leslie, married with 3 children and 4 grandchildren, a graduate of Yale University, with a 35 yeardistinguished career in journalism, including as producer of "60 Minutes", winning many major awards,working on major issues including wars, moved to Rappahannock County in 1999. Since then, she hasdone many years of community service dedicated to conservation, battling power lines, pipelines anduranium mining. She is concerned about policies that would gut medicaid, stripping disability from socialsecurity and cuts in the farm bill which would deeply hurt her district. She is equipped to stand up forthe people of the 5th district and ready to do so.

  • David Brat VA 7 (R)

    Incumbent (Primary Winner)

    WARCHEST: $3,290,989

    CHALLENGERS:
    1 Dem (Raised: $6,688,317)
    0 Rep (Raised: )
    0 Other (Raised: )

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 2014. Former Career: Economics professor at Randolph–Macon College. Education: Hope College, Princeton Theological Seminary, American University. Currently resides in Glen Allen.In June 2014 Dave Brat defeated House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in the district’s Republican primary. Brat is a member of the right-wing Freedom Caucus. He has been influenced by Ayn Rand’s novel Atlas Shrugged and has expressed appreciation of Ayn Rand’s case for human freedom and capitalism. The Conservative Review has graded Brat’s voting record an A with a Liberty Score of 100%.Brat has had difficulties in Town Hall meetings dealing with angry constituents and has been criticized for not meeting with constituents. He claims that there were paid protesters among them. There was also controversy when the Brat campaign Twitter account "liked" a tweet claiming that David Hogg, one of the Parkland school shooting survivors, was really an actor and not a student.Brat criticized Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke, asserting that Bernanke’s work on economic growth overlooks religious institutions in a country’s economic growth, and that while savings rates, population growth, and human capital accumulation help drive economic growth, the larger factor is "the Protestant religious establishment."Brat claimed that the terrorist group ISIS has set up a base in Texas. "In our country it looks like we have an ISIS center in Texas now...You can’t make up what a terrible problem this is." After the Texas Department of Public Safety responded that there was no substantiation for the claim, Brat’s office said that he had really meant to say Mexico, not Texas.On the subject of health care, Brat has stated he will "fight to defund and repeal Obamacare" and wants to "replace it with free-market solutions.” Brat opposes gun control, regulation of greenhouse emissions, abortion rights, and government funding for renewable energy. He is in favor of increased American intervention in the middle east.

  • Barbara Comstock VA 10 (R)

    Incumbent (Primary Winner)

    WARCHEST: $5,748,064

    CHALLENGERS:
    1 Dem (Raised: $6,144,107)
    0 Rep (Raised: )
    0 Other (Raised: )

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 2015. Former Career: Virginia House of Delegates. Education: Middlebury College, Georgetown University Law Center. Currently resides in McLean. Barbara Jean Comstock is the Republican Representative for Virginia’s 10th congressional district. Comstock was born in Springfield, Massachusetts, and later graduated cum laude from Middlebury College.She has worked in numerous positions for various government agencies, including as chief counsel of the House Government Reform and Oversight Committee, director of public affairs at the Department of Justice, and as a Congressional staffer. Comstock worked on behalf of the 2000 presidential campaign of George W. Bush. and is credited with writing the Republican "playbook" defending Bush nominees such as John Ashcroft for U.S. Attorney General. From 2010 to 2014, she was a member of the Virginia House of Delegates. Comstock won the election to the U.S. House in 2014, and won re- election in 2016. As a Congresswoman Comstock generally supports pro-life legislation, opposes an income tax increase, supports federal spending as a means of promoting economic growth, supports lowering taxes as a means of promoting economic growth, supports the building of the Keystone Pipeline, supports government funding for the development of renewable energy, opposes the federal regulation of greenhouse gas emissions, opposes gun-control legislation, supports repealing the Affordable Care Act, supports requiring immigrants who are unlawfully present to return to their country of origin before they are eligible for citizenship, opposes same-sex marriage, and supports increased American intervention in Iraq and Syria beyond air support.

  • Carolyn Long WA 3 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $3,539,695
    CASH ON HAND: $30,152
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Carolyn Long grew up in a rural community on the coast. Her mother worked as a waitress and her father worked odd jobs before opening a small business. As a proud journeyman with the UFCW, Carolyn earned her way through the University of Oregon. She then attended graduate school at Rutgers University. Carolyn started working at Washington State University, Vancouver in 1995. She has worked at WSU ever since as a tenured professor. She was awarded the President’s Award for Leadership and Engagement, the WSU College of Arts and Sciences Excellence in Institutional Service Award, and was named Distinguished Professor in Civic Education and Public Civility, a position she left to run for office. Carolyn also received the Iris H-RoC Award, which honors women who have promoted civil discourse, teamwork, collaboration, and cooperation. At a recent town hall meeting, Carolyn stated, “I am running for Congress because I have been alarmed at the state of our democracy over the last several years,” explaining that although the 2016 election brought division among citizens to light the actual divide had been going on “for some time now.” Carolyn’s bid for the 3rd Congressional District now has the support of Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson and former Gov. Christine Gregoire. Long’s “dedication to our constitutional system makes her an ideal candidate to serve as a check on this executive and protect the rights of Southwest Washingtonians.”

  • Lisa Brown WA 5 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $5,467,435
    CASH ON HAND: $54,378
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Lisa, with a PhD in economics from Colorado, moved to Washington in 1980, where she taught economics at Eastern Washington and Gonzaga Universities before serving in the Washington State Legislature for more than 20 years in the 3rd district. She was the first Democratic woman to hold the position as Senate Majority Leader where she broke decades-long logjams in education and health care. She participated in many community organizations, including against domestic violence, for better health care and prescription drug initiatives. In 2013 she became chancellor of Washington State University Spokane going on to make it a world-class center for health sciences.

  • Dino Rossi WA 8 (R)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $4,820,619
    CASH ON HAND: $25,160
    % OF TOTAL REP $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

  • Randy Bryce WI 1 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $8,494,891
    CASH ON HAND: $8,320
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Randy Bryce is a U.S. Army veteran, cancer survivor, and union ironworker. He was raised in southeastern Wisconsin, and earned the Army Achievement Medal while in the Army. He has been an ironworker for over 20 years, active in Ironworkers Local 8, serving as political coordinator for the union, and until recently as a member of the Milwaukee Area Labor Council board of directors. He is the President of the Wisconsin Veterans Chamber of Commerce board of directors, and as Chair of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin Veterans Caucus. A survivor of testicular cancer, he often says his son, Ben, is his miracle child.

  • Dan Kohl WI 6 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $3,400,904
    CASH ON HAND: $1,480
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Dan grew up, married, and raised his family of 3 children in the 6th District. He graduated from Brown, obtained a law degree from UW-Madison, and an MA from UW-Milwaukee. He has had civic involvements throughout his life. After law school, he joined the Milwaukee Bucks and served in many capacities including an international presence. The Iraq War stimulated his development of a pro-Israel PAC, a VP of J Street, working on middle east peace. He worked on Major League Baseball’s Welcome Back Veterans, and on the boards of youth and family centers, and the Wisconsin Historical Society Foundation.

  • Talley Sergent WV 2 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $690,529
    CASH ON HAND: $21,407
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Born in West Virginia, Talley’s family moved often due to the lack of jobs in her home state. She attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill through a combination of grants and church scholarships. She has worked for Senator Jay Rockefeller, and the State Department, where she built public-private partnerships to support the United States’ policy of empowering women. Talley is running for congress to turn obstacles into opportunities for every single West Virginian.

  • Richard Ojeda WV 3 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $2,734,463
    CASH ON HAND: $6,923
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Richard Ojeda is a tough and determined US Army officer. He is a West Virginian veteran, educator, and is currently state Senator. His campaign is focusing on jobs and industry, a living wage and support for Social Security, education and healthcare. Ojeda is promoting a new kind of populism, one that is upending the political landscape in Appalachia; he’s championed the teachers’ strike, a new marijuana industry, and higher taxes on the state’s sacred cows—oil and natural gas companies. Major Ojeda voted for Trump but has come to regret it. In his words, “Come on. It’s been a circus. Put your cell phone down. Stop tweeting and fighting with Rosie O’Donnell. Be a president.”Major Ojeda holds degrees from West Virginia State University and Webster University. He has completed and graduated from numerous military courses to include the Command General Staff College. After 24 years of service, Major Ojeda retired from the U.S Army in 2013He graduated from Logan High School in 1988 and enlisted in the US Army. A steadfast soldier and warrior academic, Ojeda graduated and received his commission to the rank of 2nd Lieutenant from West Virginia State College as a commissioned Engineering Officer in 1997 with orders to serve at Fort Bragg.In short, Richard Ojeda is an Army veteran, community leader, and current state Senator who wants to give working families a voice in Washington D.C.

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