South Carolina Democrats have recorded 47 consecutive contests without picking up a GOP-held U.S. House seat, eclipsing Missouri (45), Nebraska (33), and Georgia (30).
One in six Minnesota U.S. Representatives in history lost their first general election House race, including three current members of the Gopher State delegation.
But a single pop culture moment is unlikely to launch a new political campaign for one of Minnesota’s biggest Republican names any time soon.
One active governor tops the list, while another will crack the Top 10 by the end of his term; two current west coast governors will climb onto the list later this year .
One respected her more than any other world leader. One gave her the Presidential Medal of Freedom…and another celebrated Meryl Streep’s portrayal of her on film.
Nearly 40 percent of New Hampshire U.S. Senators in state history have been educated in Massachusetts and more than one in six were born in the Bay State.
Thirty-seven governors in U.S. history were elected into office at least five times but only 10 served in the 20th or 21st Centuries; four members of the Club are alive today.
The Associated Press has now officially dropped the term, but the President has mentioned “illegal immigrants” 28 times since taking office, including as recently as two months ago.
Crist, the first Florida governor not to run for reelection since 1964, could become just the second governor of the Sunshine State to win nonconsecutive terms.
The former U.S. Representative seeks to become the first Georgia Republican to return to the U.S. House after a gap in service and just the second from any party in the state since the end of World War II.