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Ballotpedia is a nonpartisan online encyclopedia covering American politics and elections.
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Ballotpedia 7h
Will the next president respect an agreement with Iran, or, end the agreement "with the stroke of a pen?"
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Ballotpedia 16h
There are elections in California, Florida, New Jersey and Texas tomorrow. What's on your ballot?
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Ballotpedia Apr 19
We've revamped our pages on . Learn something new about the process here:
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Ballotpedia Apr 19
A 2012 law allowed NJ districts to move school board elections to November. Now only 18 districts' races are in April
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Ballotpedia Apr 18
A barrel of oil produces 19 gal of gas, 12 gal of diesel. Learn about the refining process:
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Ballotpedia Apr 17
One newcomer & two incumbents were elected to school boards in CA and SD in general elections held April 14.
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Ballotpedia Apr 17
Elections on 4/21 will include 5 school board & state legislative races in 4 states. What's on your ballot?
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Ballotpedia Apr 17
A surge in crude oil production in the US, due to , has increased the attention paid to these issues:
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Ballotpedia Apr 17
How does the US decide what bodies of water are "waters of the United States?" The EPA & USACE play a big role.
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Frank Thorp V Apr 16
Sen Pat Roberts' (R-KS) 'Frozen' ringtone goes off during a hearing on US Tariff Policy
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Ballotpedia Apr 17
It's been 10 days since Rand Paul announced his presidential run. Follow along with our presidential coverage.
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Nick Katers Apr 16
WA Auditor Kelley (D) indicted on 10 charges; Gov. Inslee asks for resignation
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Ballotpedia Apr 16
California and Quebec auction off their carbon emissions.
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Ballotpedia Apr 16
Most companies have discontinued the use of BTEX in frack fluid. More on & here:
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Ballotpedia Apr 16
The Committee on Science, Space, & Technology was created in 1958. Learn more about the US House committee here:
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Elaine S. Povich Apr 15
summarizes all 'state of the state' speeches by nation's govs. State policy/politics nerd reading!
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Secretary of State Apr 15
Cool word-cloud of State of State Address:
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Ballotpedia Apr 15
That is correct! "STEM", an education term by the National Science Foundation, refers to what 4 subjects?
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Ballotpedia Apr 15
Policy-trivia: The acronym "STEM", an education term by the National Science Foundation, refers to what 4 subjects?
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Ballotpedia Apr 15
Congress supports transferring federal land to the states.
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