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Research Reports

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  • Hawaii Profile

    Fact in focus: Both of Hawaii's US House races were no-contest wins for incumbents -- no Republican has won since 1988.

  • Idaho Profile

    Fact in focus: Democrats won their first House seat in Idaho since 1992, despite regularly winning a third of statewide votes.

  • Illinois Profile

    Fact in focus: In 2008, the average US House race in Illinois was won 70% to 30% -- since 1994, more than half of winners have been "untouchable."

  • Indiana Profile

    Fact in focus: For the first time since 1994, no woman won an Indiana US House seat in 2008.

  • Iowa Profile

    Fact in focus: Iowa is the biggest of three states that have never elected a women or racial minority to the US House

  • Kansas Profile

    Fact in focus: In 2008, 80% of Republican voters in Kansas elected a US House candidate compared to 43% of Democratic voters.

  • Kentucky Profile

    Fact in focus: Only 36% of eligible voters in Kentucky elected anyone to the US House in 2008.

  • Louisiana Profile

    Fact in focus: In 2008 US House races in Louisiana, 93% of Democratic votes were wasted, electing only 1 of 7seats.

  • Maine Profile

    Fact in focus: In 2008, Maine Republicans won 39.2% of the vote in US House races, but no seat.

  • Maryland Profile

    Fact in focus: 4 US House incumbents in Maryland were "untouchable" in 2008 -- Republicans won just 12.5% of seats with 30.5% of votes.