A Democratic sweep of all four congressional districts would leave Iowans without a GOP member in its U.S. House delegation for the first time since the mid-1850s.
One in six former Iowa U.S. Senators died in office – although none in 80+ years.
The impressive Democratic electoral winning streak in Minnesota is not even the fifth biggest for the party across the country.
Two of this cycle’s ‘toss-up’ states – Indiana and Nevada – have hosted the most closely decided races for the office in seven cycles over the last century.
Over the last 60+ years, Alaska is the only state in the nation where governors have lost more bids for another term than they have won.
Prior to Jeff Sessions’ departure in 2017, it had been 30+ years since the last time the chamber did not contain at least one state delegation whose members had served two decades together.
One woman has previously been elected to the chamber as an independent, but never served under that designation.
Prognosticators are split as to the vulnerability of this GOP-held seat, but there is no denying a win by the state senator would be a political earthquake in deep red South Dakota.
The number of states with U.S. Senators from different parties might fall to single digits for the first time since the 84th Congress.
The party winning the U.S. House has won a majority of seats in the Minnesota House for 17 of the last 22 cycles including nine of the last 10.