Republicans Marsha Blackburn, Diane Black, and Cynthia Lummis are the lone holdouts from self-identifying as a “Congresswoman.”
Bachmann is still fundraising on her campaign website with a pitch that Democrats are “trying to defeat her” – even though she is retiring and won’t be on the ballot in 2014.
From Watkins Abbitt to John Zwach, Dingell has worked alongside nearly 2,500 different elected men and women over the last 21,000 days in the nation’s lower legislative chamber.
Chris Christie’s appointee will serve just 129 days in the Senate – the fourth shortest stint among the 65 U.S. Senators to serve from New Jersey since statehood.
A look back at the 115 “Smiths” to serve in the House as newly-minted U.S. Representative Jason Smith of Missouri adds his name to the roster.
Democrats have lost each of the last 47 Missouri U.S. House contests in Republican controlled districts dating back to 1994 – its second worst streak in the nation.
New Jersey has endured 27 vacancies throughout history totaling more than three years; four vacancies have lasted more than 100 days.
115 Pennsylvania U.S. Representatives served interrupted stints in the chamber, including seven with gaps of 20+ years.