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Alaska State Capitol Buildling - Jay Galvin

The Alaskan Independence Party and two Anchorage residents are suing the state of Alaska to overturn Ballot Measure 2. This ballot measure is a sweeping election reform initiative installing ranked-choice voting in Alaska’s general elections. Additionally, the lawsuit claims the […]

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Oklahoma City Municipal Building - by OKJaguar

Voters in Oklahoma City approved a proposition relating to mayoral and city council elections. Proposition 1 amends the city charter by changing the names of “primary” and “general” elections to “general” and “runoff” elections. Additionally, the proposition sets the regular […]

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Utah Capitol Building - Jkinsocal

The Utah Legislature announced a special session beginning August 20 to consider COVID-19 relief, reopening schools, and to determine how to hold the November 3 general election. The August 20 special session marks the sixth special session of the year. […]

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April 24, 2020  •  

Virginia Elections Postponed

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam

Gov. Ralph Northam has postponed upcoming elections for two weeks. Pursuant to a pair of executive orders, the general and special elections scheduled for May 5 will instead be held on May 19. Additionally, the primary election scheduled for June […]

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HB 2593

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