How Many Plurality Gubernatorial Winners Will Be Elected in 2022?
There was a higher rate of governors elected without majority support in the 2010s than in any decade over the last century.Read More
On Shaky Gubernatorial Ground?
Three sitting governors were victorious with the lowest percentage of the vote in their state in more than 80 years.Read More
Five Naysayer States to Watch in 2022’s Gubernatorial Elections
Democrats have had particular difficulty winning governorships in the Midwest during Democratic presidential administrations.Read More
Crist to Join Line of Ex-Governors Seeking a Return to Their Old Job
Only three ex-governors have been elected back to lead their states during the 21st Century.Read More
The Quick Rebound: A Brief History of Defeated US Senators Elected in the Next Cycle
Since 1914, less than a dozen U.S. Senators have been unseated and subsequently elected back to the chamber two years later.Read More
Has Kansas Become a Bluer State Than Missouri?
For the first time in history, a Democratic nominee for president received a larger percentage of the vote in Kansas than in the Show-Me State.Read More
Kansans Witnessing Rare Competitive US Senate Race
The Sunflower State has the third longest drought in the nation since the last time it hosted a U.S. Senate election decided by single digits.Read More
How Many States Will Split Their Presidential and US Senate Vote in 2020?
The 2016 cycle was the first time in history in which no state split its vote for these two offices.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