A new poll finds Kentuckians give their U.S. Senators the worst job approval ratings in the nation with Arizona, Kansas, Wisconsin, North Carolina, and Illinois close behind.
2016 will be the third consecutive cycle in which Detroit Democrats have sought to unseat the long-serving U.S. Representative.
Democrats have won just eight of 51 pick-up opportunities in gubernatorial races since 2009; the GOP has capitalized in 19 of 46.
In 2016, Jimmy Panetta could join six current members of the Golden State U.S. House delegation who were preceded in Congress by a family member.
Liz Cheney would be just the second U.S. Representative from Wyoming to be preceded in Congress by a family member.
The DFL’s 2014 nominee in HD 56A and 2016 candidate explains the group is “doing what they think is best for their community.”
The little-known Democrat would be the first major party candidate to appear on a U.S. House general election ballot in both the Gopher and Badger States.
Not only are Democrats losing gubernatorial elections at a rate not seen in 100+ years, but the party’s nominees are losing badly.
The length of Boehner’s 8th CD vacancy is more than twice the average of the 200+ vacancies in the chamber since 1965 and the longest originating in a non-election year since 1969.
If Wisconsin Republican Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner is reelected as expected to his 5th CD seat in 2016 he will become just the second Badger State…