History says no: Gopher State elections in redistricting years ending in ‘2’ have been the second least competitive, behind only years ending in ‘6’
The State of Washington ranks fifth in large donor contributions (and eighth per capita) to Kucinich’s 2012 reelection campaign.
The DFL has landed a candidate on the ballot in every Gopher State U.S. House race since the merger in 1944, spanning 283 consecutive contests.
Bay State Republicans have the second biggest dry spell in the nation and have picked off just 2 of 284 Democratic U.S. House seats since 1944.
Redistricting cycles have seen the greatest net partisan advantage change in the US House over the last 100 years compared to election years ending in 0, 4, 6, or 8.
It has been 100 years since the last Wisconsin House freshman lost in a redistricting cycle
Only 1 pair of 101 Republican U.S. Representatives serving in a redistricting cycle has squared off in a renomination battle in Iowa history
Would Senate Democrats have left the state in the first instance if they knew Wisconsin’s new legislative and congressional district maps could be created and voted on without any of their input?
Average margin of victory in Wisconsin’s U.S. House races since 2002 is 37.4 points – eclipsed by only two other redistricting periods
Should Minnesota reduce its number of state legislative districts?