Only one party chair has successfully entered or reentered political office by winning a U.S. Senate seat in the last 100 years.
More than a dozen states have never popularly elected a GOP Senator while voting for a Democratic presidential nominee in the same cycle; will any break with tradition in 2012?
The California GOP has not picked up a Democratic held U.S. House seat in general or special elections since 1998.
The real cost of baseball tickets, souvenirs, hot dogs, and beer have all dropped since Barack Obama took office.
Congresswoman has long endured dozens of both awkwardly well-meaning and snarky comments about her appearance by political operatives and the media.
Since 1832, at least one state with 10+ Electoral College votes has flipped from the previous cycle in 43 of 45 elections; the largest flipped state has voted for the winner 36 times.
Two former party chairmen ran for U.S. Senate seats in Indiana in the Election of 1916.
Anthony is mentioned in nearly 900 programs since May 24th opening statements across six major broadcast outlets; Romney (764) and Bachmann (609) lead the GOP field.
The Wolverine State has produced more than a dozen presidential candidacies; two resulted in party nominations, but none have been elected to the White House.