Will Any Presidential Candidates Kick Off Their Campaigns This Year?
Approximately five percent of presidential candidates over the last half-century have launched their campaigns in the year of the midterm or earlier .Read More
How Low Could the Democrat’s US Senate Numbers Go?
Even if Biden’s midterm nightmare comes to fruition, he would still enjoy more support in the U.S. Senate than some of his Democratic predecessors.Read More
A Brief History of Presidential Campaigns by Vice Presidents
A large majority of sitting or former vice-presidents have adhered to the same timetable when launching their presidential bids.Read More
Trump 1st President Since Carter to Win Majority of Gubernatorial Elections
Only seven of 21 presidents since William McKinley saw their party win a majority of elections for governor during their presidency.Read More
Biden Breaks Democratic Party Records in 4 States
The former VP also turned in the best showing by any Democratic nominee since LBJ in nine states.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
36 States Set or Extend All-Time Democratic and GOP Presidential Winning Streaks
Nearly three-quarters of the states remain in the midst of record partisan dominance in elections to the White House by one of the two major parties.Read More
Joe Biden Is the 35th Candidate to Set a Presidential Popular Vote Record
A new popular vote record has been set in 70 percent of presidential elections since 1824.Read More
The Partisan Winds Blow in One Direction in Presidential Elections
Trump’s inability to turn a single state from blue to red in 2020 should come as little surprise in the wake of Biden’s inroads.Read More
Biden Wins Presidency With Record-Tying Low of Four Midwestern States
Overall even victorious Democratic nominees have barely carried a majority of states in the 12-state region.Read More