The Romney-Obama contest ranked among the Top 5 most competitive races ever in three states (AK, FL, NC) and the Top 5 least competitive in six (HI, MD, OK, UT, WV, WY).
The west holds 9 of the Top 13 slots for states with the largest percentage of seats won by women since Jeannette Rankin was elected in 1916; Hawaii, Nevada, and Wyoming rank 1-2-3.
Paul’s Top 4 states in large donor per capita individual contributions are identical in 2012 from his 2008 presidential bid.
The Equality State has not been represented by a Democrat on Capitol Hill for 11,925 days and counting (32+ years).
250 ex-governors are still living in the United States; New Jersey has five times more living former governors (10) than Connecticut and Wyoming (2)
Wyoming, New Hampshire and Iowa lead the nation for the most competitive U.S. House races since 2002; Massachusetts, Alabama, Arkansas, and New York the least competitive
To the surprise of no one, Barack Obama was back to his winning ways on Saturday, registering a victory in the Wyoming caucuses, and a majority of the 12 delegates tied to today’s contest. With 100% of the results in:…
Mitt Romney has won the Wyoming Republican Caucus. The final vote tally for the 12 delegates decided today: Mitt Romney = 8 delegates Fred Thompson = 3 delegates Duncan Hunter = 1 delegate Romney also won the most alternate delegates…
Mitt Romney seems poised to win the Wyoming Caucus in a state that will bring 14 total delegates to the Republican convention. Twelve of these delegates will be decided today, and Romney has won 5 of 7 so far, with…