Ten of the 34 states with U.S. Senate races in 2014 found the Democratic Party endure one of its three worst performances in the direct election era.
Twenty states have been represented in Congress by a Scottish-born U.S. Representative or U.S. Senator, including one Speaker of the House.
Failing to run a candidate in Alabama this cycle, Democrats now account for nine of the last 11 U.S. Senate elections since 2000 with only one major party candidate on the ballot.
It has been 96 years since the last time a major party did not field a candidate in eight or more U.S. Senate races.
Only one Democrat has won 40 percent of the vote in 25 Yellowhammer State 1st CD races since 1966.
The Yellowhammer State is on a path to notch one of its least experienced U.S. House delegations over the last 100 years.
Hunting moose…hunting ducks…cleaning a shotgun…a half-dozen members of Congress learned too late about the importance of firearms safety.
The state’s most competitive race has been a 34-point blow-out since its first Republican presidential primary in 1980.
Collective contributions to 21 GOP House Committee chairs up 93 percent in Q1 2011 from same period in 2009
Wyoming, New Hampshire and Iowa lead the nation for the most competitive U.S. House races since 2002; Massachusetts, Alabama, Arkansas, and New York the least competitive