The 2014 field has a record number of GOP U.S. Senate candidates in the Peach State; one out of four Georgia U.S. Senate races have resulted in run-offs since 1968.
More than half of the U.S. Representatives retiring in 2014 are within 10 points of the ideological center of the chamber according to National Journal’s new vote ratings, compared to just one of 14 members running for higher office.
You wouldn’t know it from the media, but Peterson just recorded his strongest off-year 4th Quarter fundraising haul ever – coming in at nearly 75 percent higher than his average receipts over the previous decade.
Five of the Top 30 longest-serving New Jersey U.S. Representatives are currently serving in the 113th Congress.
With Holder currently in fifth place for attorney general service, by December only William Wirt and Janet Reno will have recorded longer tenures in U.S. history.
Michael Grimm. Mark Sanford. Duncan Hunter. Paul Ryan. The 113th Congress is full of U.S. Representatives with television program namesakes.