This category links to the various candidates and campaigns for the US House of Representatives, the lower legislative body of the United States Congress. Popularly called candidates for "Congressman" or "Congresswoman," they are actually running for the House.
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Wikipedia - Category: United States House of Representatives Elections
Directory of encyclopedia articles about the campaigns, candidates and elections for U.S. Representatives.
The Cook Political Report - House Race Ratings
Rankings of each congressional race.
CQ - 2016 U.S. House Races
Provides Rothenberg & Gonzales Political Report/Roll Call ratings for U.S. House races via interactive map and charts. Includes related news reports and analysis.
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC)
Committed to recruiting, training and helping to fund Democratic Congressional candidates throughout the country. Organized by Democratic members of Congress.
The Hill's Ballot Box - Race Ratings
Ratings of 2012 congressional elections.
Larry J. Sabato's Crystal Ball - House
Ratings for 2014 U.S. House elections.
National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC)
Political committee devoted to increasing the number of Republicans in Congress.
New York Times - House Ratings
2012 ratings for U.S. House elections.
Project Vote Smart - 2014 Congressional General Election Nationwide Candidates
Provides biographies, committee assignments, campaign finances, voting record, issue positions, interest group ratings, speeches and public statements.
RealClearPolitics - House Election Polls
Provides poll results for upcoming and historical U.S. House races.
Wikipedia - United States House of Representatives Elections, 2014
Crowd-sourced encyclopedia article about the campaigns, candidates and elections for U.S. Representatives.
Public Opinion Strategies - The Government Shutdown: An After Action Report
PowerPoint presentation using graphics to show the context and impact of the October 2013 government shutdown. (October 28, 2013)
The New York Times - The Factions in the House of Representatives
Interactive map of how each member of these groups voted on the compromise bill to end the October 2013 government shutdown: Tea Party Core, Shutdown Strategy, Tea Part Affiliates, Defund Moderates, G.O.P. Leadership, Moderates, Independent Democrats and Democratic Core. (October 20, 2013)
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