A look back at what Romney and the 2012 GOP field said about the now controversial Chief Justice who wrote to uphold most of the Affordable Care Act.
Democrats won 79 percent of congressional contests in the Sooner State prior to the Republican Revolution and just 14 percent since.
Obama's critical comments of the Court outweigh favorable comments by more than a 4:1 margin since taking office.
The U.S. Supreme Court's net confidence rating during Barack Obama's presidency is at an all-time low since Gallup's measurement began in the early 1970s.
With seven months left in his term, the president holds the fourth lowest departure rate of cabinet department heads out of 23 administrations since FDR.
It has been 32 years since voters in Washington State elected a Republican governor - the longest GOP dry spell in any state.
Talk about bellwethers: Ohio's vote for the winning presidential candidate has deviated from the national vote an average of just 2.2 points since 1900 and only 1.3 points since 1964.
Democrats and Republicans in New Hampshire, Indiana, Minnesota, and Idaho have fielded candidates in each of the last 100+ U.S. House races in their respective states.
After notching five of the 16 major party U.S. House nominations in 2010, women may secure only two such slots across Minnesota's eight districts this November.
Almost one-quarter of the Democratic caucus was first elected to the U.S. House via special election - more than double that of the GOP.
Democrats would have to win 64 percent of the House races they are contesting - something the party has achieved only once since 1992.
Democrats in Arizona have won all three special elections to Congress since statehood, but are victorious in only 35 percent of U.S. House elections over the last 60 years.
An increase in support in Dane and Milwaukee Counties is not enough for Mayor Barrett to stave off Governor Walker's surge in central and northern Wisconsin.
Gubernatorial candidates seeking a rematch have now lost 5 of 7 contests in Wisconsin history.
Holding 2010 totals constant for the state's other 70 counties, Barrett would need to carry 75.1 percent of the vote in Wisconsin's two most populated counties to beat Walker on Tuesday (up from 64.1 percent in 2010).
Wisconsin is expected to join Rhode Island, Iowa, and Minnesota on Tuesday for the only states currently with four or more consecutive elections decided by single digits.