Women have been nominated to the U.S. House by major parties during Idaho in 12 of the last 14 election cycles; Cristina McNeil is the 17th to be nominated in state history.
Only two Democratic gubernatorial nominees who faced primary challengers over the last 120 years garnered a larger percentage of the vote than Abrams.
Non-major party candidates have left the faintest of footprints in Mountain State U.S. Senate races over the decades.
The 2018 cycle ties a state record set in six previous cycles with two women receiving major party nominations to the nation’s lower legislative chamber.
Scott Wagner’s 7-point win ranks as the fifth closest race in the GOP race for governor during the direct primary era.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf ran unopposed in his 2018 renomination bid to become just the third Democrat without a challenger since the state’s first gubernatorial…
Two records that are likely never to be broken in the annals of Nebraska electoral history are the nine appearances on a major party gubernatorial…
With seven Republican candidates on the ballot Tuesday, only 1936’s Democratic primary with eight candidates served up a bigger field.
The party has hosted only one contested primary for the office over the last dozen cycles since 1988.
It had been 78 years since an incumbent from either party garnered less support in a Mountain State U.S. Senate primary.