Trump’s 2016 win ranks 19th out of the last 25 elections since 1920.
Over the last dozen election cycles, only one candidate who was the last to enter the race won the Democratic or Republican Party nomination.
The 12-year gap between no GOP and Democratic Arkansas U.S. Senate nominees will be the shortest in the direct election era.
The GOP won six of the state’s CDs in 2018 – but five by single digits.
The Gopher State has hosted 26 rematch elections among major party nominees since 1990 – only three such challengers have been successful.
Wisconsin’s 108-election streak – sixth in the nation – will shortly come to an end.
The state has sent 22 of its Top 25 most experienced delegations to D.C. over the last 50 years.
Each of the previous four members of the U.S. House from Wisconsin quit after being elected or appointed to higher political office.
Only one (non-U.S. Senator) presidential candidate has ended the bid to run for the U.S. Senate in the same cycle since 1972.
Since 1982, incumbent Democratic U.S. Senators have won 263 of 266 nomination bids.