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10/26/2023 --rollcall
Maryland Democratic Rep. John Sarbanes, the son of a former senator, announced Thursday that he will not seek reelection to what would have been a 10th term in the House. “Stepping away from Congress voluntarily — whether it’s at the eighteen-year mark as in my case or at any point — is not an easy […] The post Sarbanes to retire after 18 years in Congress appeared first on Roll Call.
10/26/2023 --rollcall
Welcome to At the Races! Each week we bring you news and analysis from the CQ Roll Call campaign team. Know someone who’d like to get this newsletter? They can subscribe here. Sen. Tim Scott is the only member of either chamber currently running for president (though that may change Friday when Minnesota Democratic Rep. […] The post At the Races: Senate may be Scott-free for a while appeared first on Roll Call.
10/25/2023 --rollcall
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Wednesday advanced the nomination of former Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew to be the U.S. ambassador to Israel, at one of the most perilous moments in the Jewish state’s history. The committee approved Lew by a mostly partisan vote of 12-9. Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky was the only Republican to […] The post Senate Foreign Relations approves Lew to be Israel envoy appeared first on Roll Call.