No other Republican senator from the Grand Canyon State has even received a primary challenger.
A half-dozen Libertarians on the ballot this cycle had previously represented their party as a U.S. Senate nominee.
In 36 of the last 47 cycles since 1828, the margin of victory in presidential elections has been less than one percentage point in at…
The White House has flipped partisan control four times across the nine presidential elections since Ronald Reagan defeated Jimmy Carter in 1980. Only two states…
Democrats could pick off five of the 11 Republican-held seats held in Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin (46 percent) – the second highest rate for the party in history.
Since 1972, 12 of the 27 Republican U.S. Senators to lose during presidential election cycles did so while the GOP White House nominee carried their state.
Over the last century, Indiana voters have never backed a presidential nominee without also supporting that party’s gubernatorial or U.S. Senate nominee.
Just eight out of 53 Republican nominees over the last century failed to win a majority of the vote; Tuesday’s nine-candidate field was the largest in state history by either party.
U.S. House members from the Gopher State have also won 291 of 292 primaries since 1942.
No incumbent Minnesota Republican U.S. House member had won less than 80 percent of the primary vote since 1962.