Over the last 100 years only two non-major party gubernatorial candidates in the state have received one percent of the vote – and one was a former governor.
The 19 speakers elected since the turn of the 20th Century averaged nearly 24 years of service in the chamber before their first day as speaker – nearly three times that of McCarthy.
Half of the remaining presidential candidates still do not have campaign merchandise available for purchase on their websites, and all but one are struggling mightily in the polls.
Only two major party candidates had a briefer White House campaign than the Wisconsin governor in the modern primary era.
Walker’s campaign lasted just 71 days compared to 85 for the former Minnesota governor On Monday afternoon, reports emerged that Scott Walker was exiting the…
With former 2016 presidential front runner Scott Walker registering an eye-opening zero percent in the latest CNN survey of registered Republican voters, speculation will likely…
CNN moderators spoke at less than half the rate of their FOX counterparts in Wednesday evening’s prime time debate.
Carney aims to be the fifth sitting or ex-U.S. Representative to become governor of the First State
When John Kline retires at the end of the 114th Congress, he will exit the chamber tied for the 24th longest tenure out of the…
Just one gubernatorial first lady has ever been elected to the U.S. House