The last time the party won less than 30 percent of U.S. House seats during a three-cycle stretch in the state was 1928-1930-1932.
Democrats need to net 13 seats with a Clinton victory to avoid setting a party low water mark for the fewest U.S. Representatives elected alongside their presidential nominee.
16 U.S. Senators serve states in which their party holds a minority of U.S. House seats – 15 are Democrats.
More than 1 in 5 Wisconsin U.S. House seats have flipped in cycles ending in ‘4’ (one full cycle after redistricting).
Indiana has placed Democratic and Republican candidates on the ballot in a nation-best 180 consecutive U.S. House races, with New Hampshire, Minnesota, Idaho, and Montana all tallying 100 or more.
In 2012, Michigan tied a state record by electing the lowest rate of U.S. Representatives by a major party whilst simultaneously casting its electoral votes for that party’s presidential nominee across the 45 presidential election cycles since statehood.
With only four Democratic U.S. Representatives elected from Ohio in 2012, the Buckeye State is sending the smallest number and percentage of allies of a newly-elected president to D.C. in state history.
The last time three Gopher State congressional races were decided by single digits was during the Republican Revolution.
Republicans have won at least one U.S. House seat from the Hawkeye State since 1856.
The congresswoman sends a message to supporters seeking to raise money in light of being out-districted in 2012.