It has been more than 90 years since the last time Republicans had a monopoly on every U.S. House seat in the Mountain State.
New Mexico’s races have been the most narrowly decided followed by Indiana and Ohio; Illinois captures top honors since the Reagan Revolution with Rhode Island the one to watch since the Republican Revolution.
Six new faces entering the Senate in January served in the House and 51 overall; Hawaii, Virginia, and Massachusetts have the highest all-time rate of choosing Senators with House experience.
The Top 12 states with the largest average Libertarian vote totals in presidential elections are all located in the western region of the country, led by Alaska, Arizona, and Wyoming.
Talk about bellwethers: Ohio’s vote for the winning presidential candidate has deviated from the national vote an average of just 2.2 points since 1900 and only 1.3 points since 1964.
New Mexico, Alaska, and Indiana have provided the tightest gubernatorial races in the nation since 1900; over the last three decades: Mississippi, Illinois, and Virginia
Hillary Clinton won her 12th state of Election 2008 today – when the results of the New Mexico Caucus from Super Tuesday were finalized some 9 days later. The victory gave Clinton 14 of the 26 delegates tied to the…
3:15 p.m. The caucuses will end in New Mexico at 8:00 p.m. CST. The Democrats will allocate 26 of its 38 convention delegates from the caucus vote today: 17 are allocated based on caucus results in each of the state’s…
As tracked here at Smart Politics over the past few months, John McCain continues to prove to be the strongest Republican candidate to defeat the Democrats in 2008. McCain consistently, and by wide margins, polls better than his chief GOP…