Archive for December 2021
Connecticut Democrats Poised to Make History in 2022
Another sweep across the state’s five congressional districts in November would give the party the largest partisan winning streak in the state during the two-party era.Read More
A Century of Gubernatorial Incumbents at the Ballot Box
Governors have successfully run for another term in seven out of 10 attempts over the last 100 years – faring best in the Northeast and worst in the West.Read More
Vermont: Where Incumbents Are (Nearly) Golden
The state holds the largest current incumbent winning streaks in the nation for both governor and U.S. Senator.Read More
How Many 2022 Gubernatorial Incumbents Will Fall in Primaries?
The last time three governors lost their party’s nomination in a single cycle was in 1954.Read More
Abrams vs. Kemp II in 2022?
Georgia could see its first rematch among major party nominees in state history; gubernatorial candidates have come back to win their first election for the office in just seven out of 33 attempts.Read More