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.
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.
There have been six cycle-to-cycle drops in the raw presidential vote in U.S. history.
The current 18-day gap between presidential primaries in 2020 does not even rank in the Top 15 cycles for the longest period between primaries.
The political party flipping the White House has only made gains in the U.S. Senate in six of 11 cycles over the last century.
No woman running for president in the modern primary era has served longer in elected office than the Minnesota U.S. Senator.
Georgia was not on his mind.