Odds are strong that the state will be from the Southern or Midwest regions.
18 total candidates and seven challengers taking on an incumbent – both state records.
Arkansas is now the fifth state in history in which each major party has not fielded a U.S. Senate nominee at least once.
A pair of pick-ups would bring the party a decisive 17-9 majority in the Western states.
King’s loss ends a string of 196 consecutive renomination victories by incumbent lawmakers in the state.
The former vice president is shedding a significant percentage of the vote in the low-profile primaries held during the last two months.
A new survey finds the former Vice President leading Trump by more than 25 points in the coastal state.
The seven-plus month vacancy caused by Sean Duffy’s resignation is the fourth longest in the history of the state due to resignation or death.
It’s been more than 85 years since a Minnesota U.S. Representative has drawn four primary challengers.
Only four states have had longer periods since Democrats last held both seats.