Obama lifted Wisconsin's motto, so which state mottos and slogans might the Republican candidates have picked for their campaigns?
Nine states currently hold an 11-cycle streak backing the Republican nominee but cannot tie Vermont's record until the Election of 2072.
Only Utah gives more money per capita to Republican presidential candidates and only Utah and Texas have a greater GOP field vs. Obama fundraising disparity.
Prior to Romney, no presumptive GOP nominee has failed to win 60 percent of the vote playing out the primary string after his last major challenger exited the race.
The Texas Congressman makes large donor fundraising gains in a dozen states on the presumptive GOP nominee in Q1 2012.
Boswell has endured the bumpiest ride back to the U.S. House of the 135 representatives with 15+ years of uninterrupted service.
A Barack Obama victory in Minnesota in 2012 will give the Gopher State the longest all-time Democratic winning streak in presidential elections outside of the south at 10 in a row.
Republicans have won 15 of 28 general election U.S. Senate contests after holding a contested primary and just 1 of 8 when uncontested.
The Hilary Rosen skirmish has propelled broadcast reports on Ann Romney to double those on the First Lady in April.
Santorum's presidential campaign lasted two months longer than Tim Pawlenty's and Rick Perry's combined.
World leaders, political movements, ethnic groups, and individual Americans have been singled out as being 'stupid' by U.S. Presidents over the last 170 years.
The winning presidential candidate's party has won 64 percent of its nominee's home state's U.S. House seats throughout history; Republicans in Massachusetts: currently 0 percent.
The president of America's Health Insurance Plans targets the role hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, and technology firms play in the escalating costs of health care.
The Romney-Santorum battle rivals the Stassen-MacArthur-Dewey contest in 1948 for the most competitive cycle in the primary's 100-year history; voter turnout soars more than 90 percent from 2008.
Santorum has won more than double the number of counties as the rest of the GOP field combined with Romney tallying less than one-quarter.
Republican primary and caucus victors have reached the 50 percent mark just six times in 29 contests in the 2012 cycle, down from 10 at this stage in 2008.