Recent updates from the campaign trail.

The Morning Call: Barack Obama endorses five Pa. legislative candidates

Former President Barack Obama is supporting five Democratic candidates in Pennsylvania among 81 nationwide endorsements he announced Wednesday.


CNBC: Democrats need a blue wave in Pennsylvania to win back the House. So they're focusing on towns like Bethlehem

Democratic activists in Bethlehem, Pa., have convinced themselves that the stakes can't get any higher. If they are not successful in winning over voters in the city of about 75,000, their goals are more than likely to fall short.

They see this fall's midterm elections, just a little more than four...

The Morning Call: Susan Wild takes early fundraising lead in Lehigh Valley congressional race

Democrat Susan Wild has a nearly 4-1 cash advantage over Republican Marty Nothstein in the nationally watched race to succeed former Lehigh Valley Congressman ...

WFMZ-TV 69 News: Democrat Susan Wild voices concerns after Helsinki meeting

LEHIGH CO., Pa. - 7th District Congressional Candidate Democrat Susan Wild issued a statement Monday after the meeting between President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

"I am deeply concerned to see our President fail to stand with the men and women of our intelligence community against...

The New York Times: Campaigning While Female series


The surge of women’s activism in the Trump era has produced a record number of women running for office. And after years of being told to put on a suit and recite their résumé — and smile! — female candidates are revealing themselves in more complex ways. They aren’t running...

The New York Times: For Midterms, Supreme Court Political Drama Plays to Its Audience

BOONVILLE, Ind. — Joe Donnelly knew his audience: Addressing a group of camouflage-clad union mine workers and retirees here last weekend, the Democratic senator trumpeted his efforts to protect their pensions and health care, asked attendees to raise their hands if they knew someone with a pre-existing...

Press Release: Susan Wild Announces Over $710,000 Raised in 45 Days Since Primary Election

Allentown, Pa. (July 9, 2018) — Today Susan Wild, Democratic nominee for U.S. Congress in Pennsylvania’s 7th Congressional district, announced over $710,000 raised in just the 45 days since her come-from-behind victory in the May 15th primary, bringing her to over $865,000...

The Morning Call: Human Rights Campaign endorses Susan Wild for Congress

Democrat Susan Wild, who is running against Republican Marty Nothstein to represent the Lehigh Valley in Congress, has received the endorsement of the nation’s largest LGBTQ civil rights organization.

The Human Rights Campaign on Saturday formally endorsed her in the race in Pennsylvania’s 7th...

The Morning Call: Wild named to DCCC's Red-to-Blue program

Susan Wild has won a spot in the “Red-to-Blue” program, qualifying her for extra support from the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee in her race against Republican Marty Nothstein to represent the Lehigh Valley in ...

Mike Schlossberg: Congressional candidate Susan Wild well-qualified

Morning Call Letter to the Editor:

There is only one candidate in the race for the 7th Congressional District that matches progressive change with a lifetime of experience at...


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