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Louisiana State Senate voted 31 to 3 on a bill that would ban abortions after 15 weeks, down from the state's current rule of 20 weeks.
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Missouri state House approves medical marijuana bill. The House must vote a second time before sending the bill, HB 1554, to the Missouri State Senate.
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Earlier today, heard arguments in Trump v. Hawaii, a case about the administration's travel ban. The court has now heard all 69 cases it is scheduled for argument this term.
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Thanks for pointing that out! The filing deadline for challengers passed yesterday and our team is working hard to get these pages updated.
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Why should you support Ballotpedia? Because we're here for you, whether you're considering a run for office or trying to decide how to vote in your next election. Help us continue to provide the neutral, nonpartisan political information you depend on:
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Earlier this week, Arizona Gov. Ducey (R) vetoed 10 bills (all sponsored by House Republicans) and demanded a budget that raises teacher pay by 20% by 2020.
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Lt. Gov. Donna Lynne (D) and former state Rep. Victor Mitchell (R) qualify for June 26 gubernatorial primary ballots. Businessman Doug Robinson (R) doesn't make the ballot, after falling short by 22 valid signatures.
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Presidential approval rating up 1 percentage point to 42%
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Filing deadline today for the Lackawanna City School Board in Erie County, New York. Three of nine seats are up for election this year
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Shelley Mayer (D) beat Julie Killian (R) in the special election for New York State Senate District 37 last night. There was also a Democratic pick-up in Assembly District 10 and a Republican pick-up in Assembly District 142. Full results:
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Padden (D) suspends her campaign for Colorado Attorney General and endorses Weiser (D). Levin (D) did not submit enough valid signatures to qualify.
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Join our election experts today to get all the details on what to expect from the 11 states with primaries in May!
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39% of American adults believe the U.S. government should take steps to restrict false information online. found that support exists “even if it limits people from freely publishing or accessing information."
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Lesko (R) defeats Tipirneni (D) in special election. Lesko will serve out the remaining term of incumbent Rep. Trent Franks (R).
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As of our latest update, Debbie Lesko (R) leads Hiral Tipirneni (D) 52.93%-47.07% with <1% reporting (0 of 143 precincts)
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Recall attempt targeting Colorado county commissioner Gwen Lachelt (D) falls 2,000 signatures short of the requirement: Under state law, supporters of the recall will be given an additional 15 days to collect the remaining signatures required.
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Hi there! Rebecca Otto is listed as a Democratic candidate here: On this page, you can also view other Democratic candidates for Minnesota governor. I hope this helps!
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