Tracking elections across time and geography is easy with U.S. Political Stats. Users will find primary and general election returns for president, U.S. Congress (Senate and House), and governor. Special elections are also included. Generally speaking, users will find data going back to the 1982 congressional elections. These returns are available, based on office and time, at the state, county, and congressional district levels.
Use national maps to discover trends and to compare the changing landscapes of congressional districts. A specific candidate can be selected for viewing his or her full election record. Use the compare tool to analyze two candidates' election returns over time.
- Analyze races over time and place.
- Identify election trends at the local and national level.
- Compare party control across offices and time.