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Ballotpedia 10h
Rhode Island State Sen. Nicholas Kettle (R) pleads not guilty to two counts of extortion and one count of video voyeurism:
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Pennsylvania Supreme Court adopts new U.S. House district map; new map splits 13 counties, compared to 28 counties under old map. Read more about the differences and see the new map:
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Texas voters!👇Prepare for the start of early voting tomorrow with our Sample Ballot Lookup Tool:
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Indiana sees 39% increase in Democratic and Republican state legislative candidates from 2016, with 212 candidates for State House and 55 candidates for State Senate. Democratic primaries: Republican primaries:
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Ballotpedia 13h
U.S. Rep. Thomas Rooney (R) announces he will not seek re-election in 2018: As of February 19, 2018, a total of 51 representatives will not seek re-election to their U.S. House districts.
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Ballotpedia 13h
40% think the U.S. is heading in the right direction
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Ballotpedia 14h
You've seen us tweet about it but how much do you know about trifectas? Join us for a free webinar Thursday as we break down the term and what changes the nation might see in single party government in 2018. Register here:
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Ballotpedia 15h
An effort to Dick Bachelder from his position on the York School Committee in Maine will be held on April 7. Learn more:
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Wisconsin voters 👋 Judicial primary elections take place TOMORROW! Do you know what's on your ballot? Get your sample ballot and information about the candidates here:
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Just in: number of congressional candidates running in 2018 eclipses 2016 total Ballotpedia has tracked a total of 2,264 candidates for congressional seats in 2018, surpassing the 2016 total of 2,263.
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☑️ Candidates ☑️ Donor groups ☑️ Polling Ballotpedia takes a deep dive into the direction that the Democratic and Republican parties are moving with our latest newsletters, The Heart of the Primaries. Sign up for free:
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Eight candidates for offices in Maine sue secretary of state to implement ranked-choice voting. Learn more:
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A release identifies 3 ways that online video is changing what it means to be a sports fan. Read about them in today's :
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Ballotpedia Feb 18
Oklahoma held statewide school board general elections last week. 26 seats were up for election: Of 20 incumbents running for re-election, 3 were defeated, 4 won in competitive races, and 13 were unopposed. 4 newcomers were unopposed. More stats:
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Ballotpedia Feb 18
Competitive Republican primaries on Tuesday for two Florida House special elections: The Democratic candidates are unopposed in the Democratic primaries.
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Ballotpedia Feb 18
Get the nuts and bolts of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's adjudication process. The CFPB's comment period seeking public comments and suggestions on updates to this process is open until April 6, 2018.
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Ballotpedia Feb 18
Find out which Democratic () and Republican () House primaries Ballotpedia has rated as Races to Watch. Mark your 📅 to remember to check in with us as we cover the results.
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Ballotpedia Feb 18
Dane County judge denies motion seeking declaration that the Wisconsin REINS Act doesn't apply to state Superintendent Tony Evers. Motion relates to dormant lawsuit between Gov. Scott Walker and Tony Evers.
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