Two years ago, their race ended in a tie. Now they’re back for a rematch. (Washington Post)

“Certainly a Democratic candidate would be happy to run in the new district lines, while a Republican would prefer the old lines, but that doesn’t make this race a done deal,” said Stephen Farnsworth, a University of Mary Washington political science professor. “The high level of Republican contributions flowing into the district demonstrate that both parties consider the 94th to be a winnable district.”

Two years ago, their race ended in a tie. Now they’re back for a rematch. (Washington Post)