Derrick Van Orden and a Brief Electoral History of Wisconsin Freshman US Reps
It’s been a half-century since the last time a 1st term Republican U.S. Representative lost their seat from the Badger State.
Doug Mastriano Eyes Unusual US Senate Bid in Pennsylvania
Only one failed gubernatorial nominee from Pennsylvania has attempted a run for the U.S. Senate in the direct election era.
Democrats and Republicans Have Record US Senate Winning Streaks in 26 States
Three additional states could be added to the list in 2024.
Jay Inslee: Moving Up the Ranks
Washington’s 23rd governor recently became the 62nd politician in U.S. history to record 10 years of gubernatorial service.
A Record Out of Reach? Dianne Feinstein to Retire with Most Votes in US Senate Electoral History
The long-serving senator exits with nearly 13 million more votes cast for her than any other candidate since 1913.