Eighteen freshmen U.S. Representatives from the 103rd Congress remain in office – more than each of the subsequent four classes.
Reichert is one of just two current members of the chamber to win elections by single digits in the first four election cycles of his congressional career.
Only one third party or independent Utah U.S. House candidate has won 10+ percent of the vote in 80+ years in a race with both major party nominees on the ballot.
The Nevada lawmaker hopes to become the first female freshman U.S. Representative to win a Senate seat.
Near-miss 2016 candidates are not going quietly into the political night in the Gopher State.
Only 1 of 49 U.S. Representatives are seeking to flip gubernatorial seats in states carried by their party’s presidential nominee last year.
Only one of the 73 Republican U.S. House members from Trump states with Democratic US Senators on the 2018 ballot has mounted a challenge.
12 percent of Nebraska elections to the chamber have featured rematches between major party nominees; challengers have won 1 in 3 of these races but none in the last half-century.
In an unusually competitive race, Democrats failed to pick up a GOP-held seat in the Palmetto State for a nation-leading 61st election in a row.
Since 1964, the average victory margin in a Georgia U.S. House race has been 50 points; just 1 of the last 69 races since 2008 has been decided by less than five points.