Archive for August 2021
Jackley Eyes Historic Return to South Dakota’s AGs Office
No former attorney general has been elected to, nominated for, or even been a candidate again for the office in state history.Read More
A Review of State Executive Partisan Outliers
How Will Wisconsin Democrats Fare After 2022’s Congressional Redistrcting?
The party could win its lowest number and percentage of U.S. House seats since the early 1950s.Read More
Will Adam Laxalt Add His Name to a Short List in 2022?
Only two major party nominees in Nevada history have lost both gubernatorial and U.S. Senate elections.Read More
Ron Kind to Retire with 10th Longest Wisconsin US House Tenure
Poliquin vs Golden II: A Brief History of Maine US House Rematches
Defeated candidates have come back to win only one in eight rematch elections from Maine to the nation’s lower legislative chamber since statehood.Read More
In Which States Are Women Elected to the US House at the Highest Rate?
Women have won seats in Western states at nearly twice the rate as those in any other region.Read More