Republican gubernatorial nominees in one state have failed to win a majority of the vote in more than 50 years.
Since 1900, less than half of plurality-winning governors who were eligible for another term were reelected to their seat in the next cycle.
Only 12 U.S. Senate elections have involved two major party female nominees in U.S. history and just two of these without a female incumbent.
Nine of Maine’s last 11 open U.S. House seats have been decided by single digits over the last 50 years.
Indiana has placed Democratic and Republican candidates on the ballot in a nation-best 180 consecutive U.S. House races, with New Hampshire, Minnesota, Idaho, and Montana all tallying 100 or more.
Only 1 in 3 ex- or sitting Maine U.S. Representatives to land on the gubernatorial general election ballot have been victorious.
A look back at the 115 “Smiths” to serve in the House as newly-minted U.S. Representative Jason Smith of Missouri adds his name to the roster.
Five candidates set all-time statewide records for non-major party candidates in U.S. Senate races this cycle.
Nine sitting or former governors have been elected U.S. Senator in the Pine Tree State including four during the popular vote era.
Democrats have held a majority of U.S. Senate and U.S. House seats from Maine for just seven out of 79 cycles since the formation of the GOP in the 1850s.