A primary victory will make Brown just the fourth U.S. Senate candidate in history to face major party female nominees in three different cycles; he could also become the first to lose in two of them.
South Dakotans elect the highest rate of beautiful legislators, if The Hill’s annual list is a guide for such a measure.
Failing to run a candidate in Alabama this cycle, Democrats now account for nine of the last 11 U.S. Senate elections since 2000 with only one major party candidate on the ballot.
If Republicans pick up the 8th CD this November it will be just the sixth time the same Minnesota U.S. House seat has changed partisan control in three consecutive cycles.
Nearly half of the 134 Gopher State U.S. House members were as young as or younger than the Fleet Farm executive upon winning their first congressional race.
Turnout dropped only 20 percent from May’s runoff in the second closest U.S. Senate primary runoff in Georgia history.
Barr sought to become the first former Republican U.S. Representative from Georgia to win back a seat to the chamber in Peach State history.
Open seat races in Michigan and Iowa have led the way with the highest percentage of undecided voters in 2014 polling among the 16 states with key U.S. Senate contests.
Gubernatorial elections have been decided by single digits over the last four elections in just four states – three are in the Upper Midwest: Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Rhode Island.
Democrats have won the governor’s mansion in Kansas with a Republican president in the White House at more than twice the rate as compared to a member of their own party.