Eight previous losing Mississippi U.S. Senate candidates, including two U.S. Representatives and two state legislators, have attempted a cumulative 18 comeback bids for the office – losing all 18 times.
Minnesota Democrats will have two open U.S. House seats for the first time in party history this cycle, but the state is no stranger to multiple retirements.
Only three presidential candidates have attempted a third major party bid after two failed attempts in the modern primary era.
They will…if they hold all statewide offices, pick up the state house, and win a sixth congressional seat.
Only one non-major party U.S. Senate candidate in Missouri history has won five percent of the vote.
The numbers do not add up to support the claim that Russian efforts to sour voters on Hillary Clinton and vote for Stein flipped three key states to Trump.
Sitting and ex-Tennessee U.S. Representatives have been victorious in eight of 22 U.S. Senate bids over the last century.
Six women under 40 are currently seeking major party gubernatorial nominations this year.
A Wall Street Journal column about Ellison’s attendance with the Nation of Islam leader at a 2013 dinner hosted by the President of Iran is not exactly making the rounds in the Gopher State.
Wisconsinites have elected a governor from the sitting president’s party just five times out of the last 32 elections since 1932 Democrats are expected to…