Biden joins a handful of other major party candidates since 1972 who were undeterred after two failed White House bids.
Which news outlets are omitting long-shot Democratic hopefuls from their 2020 candidate profiles?
Four pairs of Democrats now have to defeat a candidate from their own state en route their party’s nomination.
Beto Envy (or fatigue?) may be causing some journalists and potential Democratic presidential candidates to stretch the truth about the 2018 midterms.
All but five states have fielded at least one major party candidate for the White House in the modern primary era.
With the addition of Gillibrand, the 2020 field ties 1972 and 2016 for the most sitting U.S. Senators running for president in the modern primary era.
In the modern primary era, only one eventual Democratic or Republican nominee was the last of his party to formally launch a presidential candidacy.
The U.S. House Committee on Elections determined fraud took place in a Rhode Island congressional race 135 years ago and ordered a new election.
Iowa may be represented by different political parties in its 117th Congress U.S. House and U.S. Senate delegations for the first time in state history.
The Tar Heel State is enduring two vacancies in its delegation to the chamber for just the fourth time since statehood.