Smart Politics recently examined how the Republican Party is hoping to win back-to-back U.S. Senate elections in Florida and Montana for the first time in…
More than two-dozen former governors have been reelected back to their old seat over the last half-century.
Only two major party candidates from Washington have lost general election bids for governor, U.S. Senate, and U.S. House since statehood.
If Lori Swanson does not run for a fourth term next year, Minnesota will have only one constitutional officer seek reelection for just the third time in over a century.
Democrat Ralph Northam has held a fairly consistent lead over Republican Ed Gillespie in polling of Virginia’s 2017 gubernatorial race since the early summer, but…
California Democrat Dianne Feinstein’s announcement that she will seek a sixth term in 2018 puts the lawmaker on track to become the oldest female U.S….
No state has held more special elections to the chamber since the year the U.S. entered WW II, and only four states have held them at a higher rate.
Republican governors of the Prairie State have lost only one of 13 renomination bids in the direct primary era – and none in 90 years.
Price lasted less than a quarter of the time on the job than the average HHS secretary.
It’s been a quarter century since Democrats won U.S. House seats in both Kansas and Nebraska.