Only six of 290 Minnesota U.S. Representatives since the DFL merger in 1944 failed to win at least 60 percent of the primary vote.
It may seem unlikely in 2020, but almost half the cycles in which partisan control of the White House has flipped, the outgoing party still made gains in the lower legislative chamber.
Ohio is on the brink of becoming just the third state in history to vote for the winning presidential candidate in 15 consecutive cycles.
Odds are strong that the state will be from the Southern or Midwest regions.
A Smart Politics companion site two years in the making houses nearly 20,000 searchable election returns – the largest collection of Minnesota election results.
Less than a decade ago, during the 111th Congress, Democrats held a majority of U.S. House seats in the (now very red) states of Arkansas…
Amy McGrath’s 2.8-point victory over Charles Booker in Kentucky’s Democratic U.S. Senate primary goes down in the books as one of the most narrowly decided…