Six states have not seen a governor lose a reelection bid over the last half century with Vermont and Connecticut boasting the most impressive incumbency advantage resumés.
Alexander becomes the fifth Republican U.S. Senator to set a low water mark for an incumbent in a GOP primary election this cycle.
While four Senators file from addresses inside the beltway, one Midwesterner files from his hometown, population 373.
The Idaho GOP didn’t give us Labrador vs. Otter in 2014, so Smart Politics takes a look back at some eyebrow raising surname matchups in gubernatorial electoral history.
The Volunteer State’s previous Republican U.S. Senate incumbents won their primary contests by an average of 91 points.
Republicans Marsha Blackburn, Diane Black, and Cynthia Lummis are the lone holdouts from self-identifying as a “Congresswoman.”
Tennessee not quite as Republican-friendly as article suggests
2:51 p.m. Last polls close in Tennessee at 7:00 p.m. CST. The Democrats will allocate 68 of its 85 convention delegates based on the primary vote: 44 delegates are allocated proportionately to presidential candidates, while on March 8th, 24 delegates…