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February 11, 2022  •  

Representative Resigns from New York House

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Rep. Melissa Miller announced her resignation from the New York Legislature. Miller is stepping down in order to accept a position on the Hempstead Town Board. A special election is expected to be called to fill the vacant Assembly District […]

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January 27, 2022  •  

Maine Special Election Scheduled

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Gov. Mills announced a special election for Maine Senate District 7 to be held on June 14. The seat became vacant when Sen. Louis Luchini resigned to take a position with the U.S. Small Business Administration. The winner of the […]

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January 24, 2022  •  

Delaware Lawmaker Resigns

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Rep. Gerald Brady announced he would resign from the Delaware Legislature effective February 4. Brady faced a House Ethics Committee hearing last year related to an email he sent containing an anti-Asian slur and a joke about human trafficking. A […]

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The Office of Campaign and Political Finance (OCPF) will hold a public hearing related to proposed changes to Massachusetts’ state campaign finance regulations on February 15 at 2:00 p.m. via Zoom. Proposed changes include a revised campaign contribution limit chart; […]

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Councilmember Bobby Henon resigned from the Philadelphia City Council following his conviction on conspiracy and fraud charges. The council president is expected to call a special election to fill the vacant District 6 seat for the remainder of the term […]

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January 19, 2022  •  

Maine Legislator to Resign

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Sen. Louis Luchini announced he would resign from the Maine Legislature in order to accept a new job as an advocate within the U.S. Small Business Administration. The governor is expected to call a special election to fill the vacant […]

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January 14, 2022  •  

Connecticut Special Election Scheduled

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Connecticut Gov. Lamont announced a special election for Assembly District 5 to be held on March 1. The seat became vacant when Rep. Brandon McGee, Jr. resigned to take a senior role on Lamont’s reelection campaign. The winner of the […]

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January 11, 2022  •  

Pennsylvania Special Election Scheduled

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A special election has been scheduled for Pennsylvania House District 116 to be held on April 5. The seat became vacant when Rep. Tarah Toohill was sworn in to serve on the Luzerne County Court of Common Pleas. The winner […]

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The New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office issued updated guidance related to the state’s campaign finance law. The guidance clarifies the effects of House Bill 263, which went into effect on September 28, 2021 and finds that under the updated law, […]

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January 10, 2022  •  

Pennsylvania Special Election Scheduled

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A special election has been scheduled for Pennsylvania House District 24 to be held on April 5. The seat became vacant when former Rep. Edward Gainey was sworn in as the new mayor of Pittsburgh. The winner of the special […]

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January 10, 2022  •  

Pennsylvania Special Election Scheduled

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A special election has been scheduled for Pennsylvania Senate District 5 to be held on May 17, the same day as the primary election. The seat became vacant when Sen. John Sabatina Jr. resigned following his election to the Philadelphia […]

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January 7, 2022  •  

Connecticut Special Election Scheduled

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Connecticut Gov. Lamont announced a special election for Assembly District 71 to be held on February 22. The seat became vacant when Rep. Anthony “Tony” D’Amelio retired last week. The winner of the special election will serve the remainder of […]

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Cambridge, Massachusetts City Council passed an ordinance limiting campaign contributions to municipal candidates and their committees from certain business entities to $200 annually. Business entities seeking a city contract will be required to disclose all campaign contributions made to candidates […]

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December 20, 2021  •  

Representative Confirmed as Ambassador

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Massachusetts State lawmaker Rep. Claire Cronin was confirmed by the U.S. Senate on Saturday as the next ambassador to Ireland. Rep. Cronin, who currently serves as the House’s majority leader, is expected to resign, creating a vacancy in the 11th […]

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