Delegate counts obscure the fact that Sanders has won more states than Clinton did in 2008 among the 32 to hold primaries and caucuses thus far in 2016; 15 states have been more closely decided than eight years ago.
Iowa U.S. Representatives have successfully defended each of their last 187 renomination bids over the last 66 years.
Only once over the last 60+ years has the Republican Party nominated a failed presidential candidate from that cycle for vice president.
If Democrats face Donald Trump or Ted Cruz in November, the party is confident a victory at the top of the ticket would not only…
Bernie Sanders has notched 11 primary and caucus wins during the 2016 campaign to date and plans to add to his total this weekend with…
Angle’s candidacy marks the 37th time a losing U.S. Senate candidate ran again for a seat from the Silver State, of which seven were successful.
Obama, Kerry, and Bill Clinton all performed as well or better in the general election in states they lost during the primaries versus those they won
Since 1976, GOP nominees have been victorious at a greater rate in states they lost during the primary season than in those they won.
The Clinton-Sanders battle easily broke the record for the most competitive presidential primary for either party in Illinois history; the Trump-Cruz race was the second closest GOP battle in the state.
Rubio joins George H.W. Bush in 1980 and Pat Robertson in 1988 as the only Republicans since the mid-1930s with wins under their belt to lose their home state primary.