One out of 12 Louisiana U.S. Representatives have exited and then returned to the chamber, including a 32-year hiatus by one Pelican State congressman.
No U.S. Senator from Louisiana has appeared on a gubernatorial primary or general election ballot over the last 110 years.
While four Senators file from addresses inside the beltway, one Midwesterner files from his hometown, population 373.
Nearly 20 percent of the Democratic caucus in office today was first elected via special election compared to just 1 in 10 Republicans.
Elections in Georgia and Louisiana could bring the number of physicians in the Senate in 2015 to its highest level in 150+ years.
It has been 36,577 days (March 3, 1913) since the last time a Republican sat in Montana’s Class II U.S. Senate seat, behind only Louisiana’s Class II seat (47,534 days, March 3, 1883).
Tim Pawlenty VP chatter started in 2003 with rumors surrounding Rob Portman and Bobby Jindal as viable #2 picks swirling in early 2008.
8:30 p.m. Republican Primary (1% reporting) McCain = 39% Huckabee = 29% Romney = 22% Paul = 5% 8:40 p.m. Republican Primary (4% reporting) McCain = 39% Huckabee = 37% Romney = 15% Paul = 5% 8:50 p.m. Democratic Primary…