Utah is one of three states never to elect a sitting or former U.S. Representative to the office of governor.
Fourteen have been elected to the senate during the last three cycles.
Only two third party or independent candidates to the chamber have won 10 percent of the vote over the last 100 years from the Wolverine State.
No ex-Minnesota U.S. Representative has ever come back to win a U.S. Senate election in the direct election era.
Gianforte is just the second sitting U.S. Representative from Montana to seek the governorship in state history.
The Minneapolis politician lived to become the fourth oldest former U.S. Representative in state history and the seventh to reach the age of 90.
The 2020 cycle could mark the first time a pair of Wyoming U.S. Senate hopefuls had previous service in the nation’s lower legislative chamber.
Iowa freshmen U.S. Representatives have won their last 22 reelection bids since 1968.
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.