Michael Grimm. Mark Sanford. Duncan Hunter. Paul Ryan. The 113th Congress is full of U.S. Representatives with television program namesakes.
New Jersey leads a pack of Northeastern and Midwestern states with the highest rate of independent and third party candidates in U.S. Senate elections over the past century.
Two congressmen drowned while in office; one former U.S. Representative drowned on the Titanic and another on Independence Day.
Although it is 43 years its junior, the Naval Academy has hosted 50 percent more commencement addresses by sitting U.S. Presidents than West Point.
The former congressman once again seeks to become the 12th ex- or sitting member of the U.S. House or U.S. Senate to subsequently serve as mayor of New York City.
Eight U.S. House delegations boast an all homegrown membership, led by Iowa and Mississippi; five delegations come in at 25 percent or less including Virginia and Minnesota.
Californians and New Yorkers will comprise a record percentage of the Democratic caucus when the 113th Congress convenes in January at nearly 30 percent.
Turner’s 29-point net bump from the 2010 general is just 1-point shy of the 30-point average gain against the vacating party since 1962.
The vacating incumbent’s party has shed an average of 30 points from the previous general election’s MoV in New York special election races since 1962.
NY-09 not the “very, very far left district” O’Reilly claims it to be.