No Utah U.S. Representative who won their seat by 25+ points has ever been defeated in the subsequent general election.
Not since before World War II have five U.S. House special elections been conducted during the first six months of a new Congress.
Democrats have won 55 percent of statewide elections in Montana over the last quarter-century, but the party’s 11-cycle losing streak for the state’s at-large U.S. House seat is its longest in history.
No sitting or ex-DFL U.S.House member has ever won their party’s gubernatorial nomination – or even competed in the primary.
Only one DFL U.S. Representative in party history has faced more primary opponents than Minnesota’s 5th CD U.S. Representative.
It has been 145 years and 30 contests since the last time a party picked up a Georgia U.S. House seat in a special election.
More than 30 percent of the three-dozen men and women to serve in the U.S. House from the Mount Rushmore State did so for only one term.
Only 2 of the 43 men and women to serve in Congress from Wyoming have subsequently been elected governor; none have even landed on the primary ballot in more than 65 years.
It has been 66 years since Kansas last held a special election to the U.S. House – fifth longest streak in the nation.
No sitting member of the U.S. House from South Dakota has ever appeared on a gubernatorial primary or general election ballot; just two ex-U.S. Representatives ever ran for the office.