The last time 20 or more Republican U.S. Senators ran for reelection was in 1926 – the party lost seven seats that cycle including six freshmen.Full Story
The magic number of the 2016 cycle may at times seem out of reach, but it is all around us – if you know where to look.
Only one Indiana Republican primary has been decided by less than 40 points since the primary was restored in 1953.
McGinty is the 10th woman to appear on a Pennsylvania Democratic or Republican U.S. Senate primary ballot.
No Republican presidential primary has been decided by less than 20 points in state history with winners landing north of 60 percent of the vote in every cycle.