Bay State Republicans have the second biggest dry spell in the nation and have picked off just 2 of 284 Democratic U.S. House seats since 1944.
Mitt Romney has been mentioned in the most broadcast reports among the Republican field for just four of the last 22 weeks.
Heidi Heitkamp would be just the second current or former ND Attorney General elected to the US Senate while Rick Berg attempts to be the seventh US Representative.
Romney cedes the top spot in speaking time at a debate for the first time since the September 12th gathering in Tampa, Florida.
On Tuesday afternoon, the University of Minnesota's Humphrey School of Public Affairs will host an event discussing the evidence of the President Kennedy assassination on the 48th anniversary since the shooting.
Reagan has been mentioned 53 times in the Republican debates compared to 38 mentions for all other 42 ex-presidents combined; Gingrich leads the way with 21 with Romney last with zero.
The former House Speaker is the only candidate yet to be attacked at the seven debates conducted since Rick Perry joined the GOP field.
"President Gingrich" would own the largest gap on record between his last day serving in political office and Inauguration Day.
Less than one-third of appointed U.S. Senators retain their seat; number improves to 65 percent for those making it onto the general election ballot.
The most common neighbors on the Republican debate stage have been Perry/Romney, Perry/Paul, and Gingrich/Santorum.
Romney scores 5+ minutes more speaking time in Michigan than the next closest candidate and has recorded more time than Paul and Santorum combined during the last five debates.
For the second consecutive election cycle, the Democratic vote in Mississippi's gubernatorial race declines to a new post-Reconstruction low.
David Williams now holds two of the 10 worst showings by a Republican gubernatorial, U.S. Senate, or presidential nominee in Kentucky since 1871.
The phrase has appeared sporadically in the media in various political contexts over the last few decades.
Hawaii, Virginia, Massachusetts, Maryland, and Connecticut dip into the US House the most frequently; Alaska, Oregon, Wyoming, Florida, and Nebraska the least.
Smart Politics asks the tough questions, and Herman Cain answers them... entirely with unedited quotes from his Republican debate performances.
Tom Carper, Ben Nelson, and Joe Manchin have received the largest percentage of funds from political committees this cycle.
Cain's old trade organization has received more broadcast media coverage during the last two days than from 2007 through 2010 combined.
Nine of Minnesota's 134 U.S. Representatives since statehood have had a gap in U.S. House service, although none since 1938 and for no more than 14 years.