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February 21, 2024  •  

Georgia Special Election Scheduled

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A special election will be held on April 9 to fill the vacancy in House District 139 due to the death of Rep. Richard Smith in January. A runoff is scheduled for May 7, if necessary.

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February 16, 2024  •  

New York Special Election Scheduled

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Gov. Kathy Hochul issued a proclamation ordering a special election to fill the vacancy in the U.S. House of Representatives District 26 for the unexpired term of Rep. Brian Higgins. The special election will be held on April 30. Higgins, […]

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January 19, 2024  •  

New York Special Election Announced

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Gov. Kathy Hochul announced a special election will be held on Tuesday, February 13 to fill the vacancy in the 77th Assembly District. The vacancy was created when Rep. Latoya Joyner resigned to pursue a different professional opportunity. The winner […]

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A special election has been scheduled on February 13 for state Senate District 30. The vacancy is due to the resignation of Sen. Mike Dugan, who is running for Congress. A runoff, if needed, will be held on March 12.

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Gov. Mike DeWine announced special election dates for the 6th Congressional District seat. U.S. Rep. Bill Johnson is vacating the seat on January 21 to become the president of Youngstown State University. A partisan primary is scheduled alongside the state […]

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Gov. Glenn Youngkin announced a special election to fill the newly created District 48 seat in the House of Delegates. After being reelected just over a month ago, Del. Les Adams noted the reason for his resignation was to make […]

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On January 23, 2024, a special election will be held to fill a vacant seat for the 115th Assembly District of the Connecticut House of Representatives. Gov. Ned Lamont formerly announced the special election on December 8 in order to […]

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Gov. Kathy Hochul issued a proclamation ordering a special election on February 13, 2024, to fill the vacancy in the United States House of Representatives Third Congressional District for the unexpired term of George Santos. Santos was expelled on December […]

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South Carolina will hold a special election in State House District 109 following the resignation of Sen. Deon Tedder, who won a special election for the Senate District 42 seat on November 7. The April 2, 2024 election will be […]

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Gov. Tim Walz issued a writ of special election to fill the vacant seat in House District 52B following the resignation of State Representative Ruth Richardson. The special election will be held on December 5. A special primary, if necessary, […]

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September 14, 2023  •  

Alabama Governor Sets Special Election

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Gov. Kay Ivey announced the dates for a special election to fill the House District 10 seat vacated by Rep. David Cole after pleading guilty to a charge of voter fraud. The primary election for the seat will be held […]

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August 24, 2023  •  

South Carolina Special Election Set

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A special election has been called for Senate District 19 following the death of Sen. John Scott on August 13. The primary will be on October 24 with a primary runoff occurring on November 7, if necessary. The special general […]

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A special election will be held to fill the vacant seat in Senate District 32 that was held by John Michael Montgomery. Montgomery resigned from his seat in the Oklahoma Senate to take a position as the President and CEO […]

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August 9, 2023  •  

Ohio Voters Reject Issue 1

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Voters rejected a Republican-backed measure that would have made it more difficult to change the state’s constitution with 57% voting no and just under 43% voting yes. Issue 1 would have required a 60% vote to approve any constitutional amendment […]

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