Archive for August 2020
Will There Be Fewer Women US Senators in the 117th Congress?
Mike Murphy on AOC: “She’s Just Like the NRA”
The GOP strategist says fighting is good business for the famous New York Democratic lawmaker.Read More
Will Merkley Deliver the Biggest Democratic US Senate Win in Oregon History?
The stars are nearly aligned to guarantee the incumbent the best showing for the party in an Oregon U.S. Senate contest.Read More
Kennedy Attempts To Make Massachusetts History in US Senate Primary
Where Democratic Tickets Are Born
Joe Biden’s selection of Kamala Harris to be his running mate means all 12 Democratic presidential and vice-presidential nominees since 2000 have been sitting (Joe Lieberman, 2000; John Kerry and John Edwards, 2004; Barack Obama and Joe Biden, 2008; Tim Kaine, 2016; Harris 2020) or former (Al Gore, 2000; Obama and Biden, 2012; Hillary Clinton,…Read More
Minnesota Primary Day Over the Decades
Primary day has moved five times in Minnesota since the first statewide primary in September 1902.Read More
Mariannette Miller-Meeks and a Brief History of Retread Iowa U.S. House Nominees
The state senator is just the third three-time loser of a U.S. House election in Iowa to be nominated for a fourth time.Read More
Record Number of Kansas US Senate Primary Candidates in 2020 GOP Contest
Eleven Republicans are vying to replace Pat Roberts; in only two other cycles have more than four GOPers appeared on a U.S. Senate primary ballot across 41 cycles.Read More