While she waits for a Republican candidate to emerge as her challenger in the 2014 race, one-term New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan has to feel good about her reelection chances heading into next year. In the Granite State, the party…
The Daily Caller and POLITICO by far led the way with the most front page stories this weekend on the controversial Texas U.S. Senator.
The oldest U.S. Senator in Iowa history is now eying the #1 spot for the longest-serving member of the chamber from the Hawkeye State.
Thirty-six New Hampshire U.S. House elections have been rematches since birth of the GOP in the 1850s, including five pairs of candidates who have battled it out three times.
Republicans incorporate the American flag on their 2014 campaign websites at a 45 percent higher rate than Democrats, but the presence of Old Glory is down 39 percent overall from the 2010 cycle.
“I know Boehner quite well. It rankles me a little bit to hear people say ‘He’s a very weak Speaker,’ and ‘Why don’t we have a Speaker like Sam Rayburn, Tip O’Neill, or even Newt Gingrich anymore?’ And I have…
New Jersey leads a pack of Northeastern and Midwestern states with the highest rate of independent and third party candidates in U.S. Senate elections over the past century.
Only 12 U.S. Senate elections have involved two major party female nominees in U.S. history and just two of these without a female incumbent.
The Mount Rushmore State has placed only six third party or independent U.S. Senate candidates on the ballot since 1938 – by far the lowest in the Upper Midwest.
Only one losing Florida gubernatorial candidate has come back to win the governorship in a subsequent campaign over the last 145+ years.