The 3rd CD member-elect is just the sixth candidate to win without the support of a majority of voters in the state out of more than 250 U.S. House elections since 1940.Full Story
The 2018 cycle is the first time since statehood in which two political parties each flipped more than one congressional seat.
Only the Election of 1912 saw Republicans fare as poorly in the state since the founding of the party in the mid-1850s.
The winning margins between the two parties in races for governor and U.S. Senate in 2018 may be the largest with a split ticket outcome in state history.
A Democratic sweep of all four congressional districts would leave Iowans without a GOP member in its U.S. House delegation for the first time since the mid-1850s.