Interview

Here’s Carol Miller’s advice for GOP women thinking of running for office
Meet the New Congress

Rep. Carol Miller is tired of people telling her she was the only new Republican woman elected to Congress in 2018.

“The leadership in our party, we’ve got sharp women,” Miller said in an interview with Roll Call. “We will all work hard to bring other women back into the fold.”

Behind the Scenes of Race Ratings: The Candidate Interview
Inside Elections with Nathan L. Gonzales

Curious about what goes on behind the scenes at the Roll Call-Inside Elections political handicapping factory? Well wonder no more as Nathan Gonzales and the Roll Call team give you an inside look at what happens in the candidate interviews. 

Where Does the U.S. Stand With Zika Funding?
 

Earlier this year, the White House requested $1.9 billion from Congress to combat the Zika virus at home and abroad. While Congress debated, some funds previously allocated for the Ebola crisis -- and other projects at the National Institutes of Health -- were shuffled to allow research for fighting the disease. But those funds are running out. Despite that, the Senate rejected a GOP-led funding package before Congress left town for their seven week summer recess.

With Zika funding uncertain, Director of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Anthony Fauci spoke with CQ Roll Call about what his department needs and when.

Connolly: Trump an Existential Threat to Democracy
 

Sitting down with Roll Call editor-in-chief Melinda Henneberger, Rep. Gerald E. Connolly said presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump “represents an existential threat to democracy.”

Power Brokers: Connolly on Metro Fixes, Terrorist Watch List
 

McMorris Rodgers: GOP Needs 'Specific Policy Solutions'
 

House Republican Conference Chairwoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers says the GOP has shifted the political waters in Washington since retaking the House and the Senate, but in an exclusive interview with Roll Call Editor-in-Chief Melinda Henneberger, says Paul D. Ryan’s ascent to the speakership signifies a “new start” for Republicans.

Takano to GOP: ‘Stand Up’