The Final Report: Mike Honda vs. Ro Khanna

The twisted and highly contentious battle between incumbent Rep. Mike Honda and his opponent Ro Khanna for control over California’s 17th congressional district has entered the final day before the midterm election. Both men have gotten down and dirty in their

The Final Report: Mike Honda vs. Ro Khanna

CA-17: Khanna Hits Honda with Ethics Claims

Ro Khanna, the tech-funded Democrat challenger to incumbent Democrat Rep. Mike Honda in California’s 17th congressional district, has launched a blistering attack against Honda over alleged ethics violations. Khanna, citing an investigative report by the San Jose Insider, accused Honda

CA-17: Khanna Hits Honda with Ethics Claims

Honda's Silicon Valley Seat Is Anything But Safe

California’s “jungle primary” system, in which the top-two vote-getters in statewide primary elections advance to the general election regardless of party affiliation, was first implemented two years ago in California’s 2012 general election. Due to the new primary structure, Rep.

Honda's Silicon Valley Seat Is Anything But Safe

District 17 Honda-Khanna Debate May Happen in General

Incumbent Silicon Valley Democrat congressman Mike Honda will go head-to-head in a debate with opponent and fellow Democrat Ro Khanna, if the two are the last men standing after the June 3 primary election. Honda, who recently compared Japanese internment camps

District 17 Honda-Khanna Debate May Happen in General

Dem Honda's Silicon Valley Campaign Office is Inside SEIU HQ

Democratic Congressman Mike Honda, (D-CA), from the high-tech 17th congressional district in Silicon Valley, has a rather curious place for his campaign headquarters, the San Francisco Chronicle reports: inside the headquarters of Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 521. That address, 2302 Zanker Road, San Jose,

Dem Honda's Silicon Valley Campaign Office is Inside SEIU HQ

Democrats Want More Solyndras

After House Republicans introduced the “No More Solyndras Act,” which is scheduled for a Friday vote, Democrats, like Rep. Mike Honda (D-CA), have argued federal loan guarantee programs that funded Solyndra should not be ended. The “No More Solyndras Act” would

Democrats Want More Solyndras