Former US Rep. Chris Carney (D), who represented northeastern Pennsylvania for two terms before losing a 2010 campaign to current incumbent Tom Marino (R-Williamsport), is contemplating another run for the House next year. Mr. Carney had been close to re-entering elective politics before, but each time backed away. The 10th District is solidly Republican, so his chances of unseating Mr. Marino, even if 2018 yields a strong Democratic year, are not particularly good. Recently, the Congressman, under consideration for appointment as the nation’s Drug Czar, withdrew from consideration because of a serious illness in his family. Rep. Marino is expected to seek re-election.
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