Jeff Flake is the eighth member of the chamber to call it quits after a single full term this century and the 43rd to do so since 1914.
Only six out of more than two-dozen major party nominees have successfully knocked an incumbent out of office in a gubernatorial rematch.
Flake will tie Ralph Cameron for the shortest tenure in the chamber in state history.
Only five of 55 U.S. Senate partisan winning streaks of eight in a row have been halted in the subsequent contest during direct election era.
Smart Politics recently examined how the Republican Party is hoping to win back-to-back U.S. Senate elections in Florida and Montana for the first time in…
More than two-dozen former governors have been reelected back to their old seat over the last half-century.
Only two major party candidates from Washington have lost general election bids for governor, U.S. Senate, and U.S. House since statehood.
If Lori Swanson does not run for a fourth term next year, Minnesota will have only one constitutional officer seek reelection for just the third time in over a century.
Democrat Ralph Northam has held a fairly consistent lead over Republican Ed Gillespie in polling of Virginia’s 2017 gubernatorial race since the early summer, but…
California Democrat Dianne Feinstein’s announcement that she will seek a sixth term in 2018 puts the lawmaker on track to become the oldest female U.S….