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April 21 - TEXAS District 30: Congressman Eddie Bernice Johnson (D), 81, announced she will seek reelection one more time next year, then retire in 2020.
April 21 - NEBRASKA District 2: Ex-Congressman Brad Ashford (D) says either he or his wife, Ann Ferlic Ashford (D), will run vs Congressman Don Bacon (R) next year.
April 21 - ILLINOIS District 6: Suzyn Price (D) enters race vs Congressman Peter Roskam (R).
April 21 - ALASKA: Congressman Don Young (R) - age 83 - will seek reelection to a 24th term next year.
April 21 - MICHIGAN: Shri Thanedar (D) enters open gubernatorial race.
April 21 - CALIFORNIA District 24: Michael Erin Woody (R) to run vs freshman Congressman Salud Carbajal (D).
April 21 - OKLAHOMA: State House Minority Leader Scott Inman (D) enters open gubernatorial race.
April 20 - NEW HAMPSHIRE: Ex-Congressman Paul Hodes (D) is considering a run vs Governor Chris Sununu (R) (per WMUR).
April 20 - CONNECTICUT: Jonathan Harris (D) & Chris Mattei (D) enter gubernatorial race. State Comptroller Kevin Lembo (D) forming exploratory committee to enter open gubernatorial race; will exit race if Lieutenant Governor Nancy Wyman (D) runs.
April 20 - VIRGINIA District 10: Jennifer Wexton (D) to run vs Congresswoman Barbara Comstock (R).
April 20 - ALABAMA: Ed Henry (R) will challenge appointed US Senator Luther Strange (R) in the 2017 special election.
April 20 - MAINE: Adam Cote (D) enters open gubernatorial race.
April 20 - MINNESOTA: Blake Huffman (R) enters open gubernatorial race.
April 19 - UTAH District 3: Congressman Jason Chaffetz (R) will not seek reelection in 2018.
April 19 - VIRGINIA District 5: RD Huffstetler (D) to run vs Congressman Tom Garrett (R).
April 19 - TENNESSEE: James Mackler (D) enters race vs US Senator Bob Corker (R).
April 18 - GEORGIA District 6: Jon Ossoff (D) 48%, Karen Handel (R) 20%, advance to runoff. All candidates combined: Total Dem votes: 49%, Total GOP votes: 51%.
April 18 - TEXAS District 3: Keith Self (R) exited race for open congressional seat. District 32: Colin Allred (D) enters race vs Congressman Pete Sessions (R).
April 18 - KANSAS: Governor Brownback appointed State Senator Jacob LaTurner (R) to fill the vacant State Treasurer post. District 3: Jay Sidie (D) back for a second run vs Congressman Kevin Yoder (R).
April 18 - CONNECTICUT: State Comptroller Kevin Lembo (D) & ex-West Hartford Mayor Jonathan Harris (D) say they will not run for Governor if Lieutenant Governor Nancy Wyman (D) runs.
April 18 - MONTANA: 9th Circuit Court of Appeals denied Thomas Breck (Green) a spot on congressional special election ballot; he will continue as write-in.
April 18 - ALABAMA: Governor Ivey has set 2017 dates for US Senator Luther Strange's (R) special election. Primary - Aug 15; Primary Runoff - Sept 26; General - Dec 12
April 18 - NEW YORK District 1: Vivian Viloria-Fisher (D) enters race vs Congressman Lee Zeldin (R).
April 18 - OKLAHOMA District 1: Tim Harris (R) enters race for retiring Congressman Jim Bridenstine's safe GOP seat.
April 17 - MARYLAND District 6: State House Majority Leader Bill Frick (D) files FEC forms to run for Congressman John Delaney's (D) seat (in case Delaney runs for Governor).
April 17 - MASSACHUSETTS: Geoff Diehl (R) files FEC paperwork to run vs US Senator Elizabeth Warren (D).
April 17 - MAINE: State Treasurer Terry Hayes (I) enters open gubernatorial race.
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