It has only happened one time in the last 90+ years, but the political climate just might allow the GOP to claim all nine Midwestern governorships on the ballot this November.
Kansas, Idaho, Utah, and Wyoming claim seven of the Top 10 spots on the list.
Herbert Hoover was president the last time Democrats won a Senate race in Kansas; Nixon was in his second year in office when Democrats last won Wyoming and Utah.
West Virginia and Oregon have the oldest multi-member delegations to the House with Kansas and Arkansas the youngest.
It has been 48 years since a major party presidential nominee failed to appear on the ballot in every state.
The Sunflower State records the biggest increase in GOP primary or caucus voter participation in the nation compared to the 2008 cycle.
John McCain has failed in yet another caucus state – this time the Midwestern state of Kansas. Mitt Romney had dominated the caucuses before dropping out of the race on Thursday, winning them all (Alaska, Colorado, Maine, Minnesota, Montana, North…
4:47 p.m.Caucuses will end in Kansas at 8:00 p.m. CST. The Democrats will allocate 32 of its 41 convention delegates at the caucuses today, with a 15 percent viability level: 21 district-level delegates are allocated, in addition to 11 statewide…