The State of Washington ranks fifth in large donor contributions (and eighth per capita) to Kucinich’s 2012 reelection campaign.
The vote for Paul is nearly double in states bordering Canada compared to the rest of the nation for both caucuses and primaries during the 2008 and 2012 election cycles.
Each media outlet uses its own math to estimate the current delegate tally of the four remaining GOP candidates…and comes up with different numbers.
The DFL has landed a candidate on the ballot in every Gopher State U.S. House race since the merger in 1944, spanning 283 consecutive contests.
Although he served on Capitol Hill for four years in the U.S. House and 12 years in the U.S. Senate through 2006, Rick Santorum – like his former colleague Newt Gingrich – isn’t exactly having a difficult time keeping track…
Minnesotans deliver the Texas Congressman his best performance in a GOP primary or caucus over the last two cycles…and Romney one of his worst.
Utah, Connecticut, and Texas lead the way in large donor per capita contributions to Republican presidential candidates with Wisconsin, Arkansas, and Indiana at the bottom.
The Texas Congressman has netted more large donor money than Romney in 10 states including Tuesday’s caucus state of Minnesota.
The opposing party has gained control of just 27 U.S. House districts in state history, or 11 percent of the time; Oregon is in the midst of its second-longest partisan turnover dry spell.
The former Massachusetts governor served up a nearly identical quote at the Dartmouth College New Hampshire debate in mid-October.