There have been only seven intra-party nomination challenges to sitting presidents since 1972 with the earliest entrance into the race 16 months before Election Day.
Five Kansans have served as secretaries of U.S. departments a total of six times since statehood.
Price lasted less than a quarter of the time on the job than the average HHS secretary.
Did Phil Crane or Pete du Pont hold the previous mark for the earliest presidential campaign launch in the modern primary era?
The 10 Trump states with Democratic incumbents have voted for senate nominees from the opposing party of the sitting president 62 percent of the time over the last 50 years.
The progressive senator would be the first major party White House hopeful from the Beaver State in the modern primary era.
Could Minnesota make history in 2020? Don’t count on it.
The six-year stretch of divided government during the 112th-114th Congresses was tied for the third longest period in U.S. history.
Jeff Sessions needs to last until April 25th to avoid having the shortest tenure of the 84 men and women to serve in the position.
The next benchmark for administrative longevity in the White House is James Garfield who Trump would reach in August.