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.
Only Howard Coble served longer among the five-dozen Republicans elected to the office in state history.
Democrats now hold the largest percentage of Golden State U.S. House seats since the Election of 1882.
The current vacancy is one of just three in the state to occur at the onset of a new congress.
Iowa U.S. Representatives have won each of their last 196 renomination bids since the 1950 cycle.
Despite Democrats controlling the nation’s lower legislative chamber by more than 35 seats, Republicans currently have a partisan advantage in 26 U.S. House state delegations.
After more than five-dozen failed attempts to flip a seat, Democrats won the most competitive election for the office in South Carolina in more than 125 years.
Fourteen states will be represented by a single party on Capitol Hill – seven Democratic and seven Republican; one party controls all but one seat in 13 other states.