Four pairs of Democrats now have to defeat a candidate from their own state en route their party’s nomination.
McAuliffe could become the first governor to get renominated by his party since the one-term limit went into effect in the 1850s.
Will the Gopher State host a rare incumbent vs. incumbent matchup in 2022?
Over the last half-century, only five of Iowa’s 25 exiting U.S. Representatives did not seek reelection or another elected office.
The 2020 cycle is still shy of the modern day record of six members of the U.S. House seeking the nation’s top political office.
The Beehive State’s former chief executive may be one of several prominent Republicans looking at a 2020 bid.
Two of the state’s most competitive races for the Court took place this decade.
Beto Envy (or fatigue?) may be causing some journalists and potential Democratic presidential candidates to stretch the truth about the 2018 midterms.
In 2015, Democratic gubernatorial nominees in each of these states received the lowest support recorded by their party in more than 140 years.
All but five states have fielded at least one major party candidate for the White House in the modern primary era.