Before Joe Crowley last week in New York, who was the last male Democratic member of the House beaten in the primary by a non-incumbent woman?
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Last week’s trivia question was: When was the last time a state held two Senate elections at the same time, and the two winners were from different parties?
The answer? 1966, in South Carolina. For the first seat, Strom Thurmond, a Republican, was re-elected. The other seat was a special election to succeed the late Senator Olin Johnston. Former Governor Fritz Hollings, a Democrat, was victorious in that one.
And the randomly selected winner is … Jean Meninga of Grand Rapids, Mich. Jean wins the coveted Political Junkie button.