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August 11, 2022  •  

Indiana Governor Calls Special Election

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Gov. Eric Holcomb called a special election to be held for Indiana’s 2nd Congressional District on November 8 to fill the vacancy created by the death of U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski following a tragic car accident on August 3. Due […]

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A special election has been scheduled for the vacant District 5 seat to be held on November 8. The District 5 seat became vacant when Councilor Corey O’Connor was appointed the new Allegheny County Controller by the Pennsylvania Senate. The […]

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The St. Louis city election board announced that a special primary election for Aldermanic President is scheduled for September 13. The notice was issued following a legal opinion from City Counselor Sheena Hamilton because of legal ambiguity in the city […]

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St. Louis will have three special election dates this summer to fill vacancies on the Board of Aldermen: July 19 for Ward 11, August 2 for Ward 21, and August 23 for Aldermanic President and Ward 22. The 11th Ward […]

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The Springfield, Massachusetts City Council authorized a special election for the vacant Ward 5 seat with a primary election to be held on August 16, followed by a general election on September 14. The Ward 5 seat became vacant when […]

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June 7, 2022  •  

New York Special Election Scheduled

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New York Gov. Hochul announced a special election for U.S. Congressional Districts 19 and 23 to be held on August 23. The District 19 seat became vacant when Rep. Antonio Delgado resigned to serve as lieutenant governor, and the District […]

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Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves has scheduled a special election for state House District 119 on July 19 due to a vacancy created by the resignation of Rep. Sonya Williams-Barnes. The primary will occur on June 7. A primary runoff will take […]

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New York Rep. Tom Reed announced his retirement from Congress seven months before his final term was set to conclude. His resignation comes after the congressman faced allegations of sexual misconduct. Rep. Antonio Delgado is also expected to resign to […]

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April 12, 2022  •  

New York Special Election Scheduled

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New York Gov. Hochul announced a special election for Assembly District 58 to be held on May 24. The seat became vacant when Rep. Nick Perry was confirmed by the U.S. Senate as the ambassador to Jamaica. The winner of […]

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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott set June 14 as the date for an emergency special election to fill the House seat vacated by Democratic Rep. Filemon Vela. Vela resigned from Congress on March 31 just months before the end of his […]

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Gov. Mike Dunleavy called a special election to replace U.S. Rep. Don Young, who died on March 18. The special all-party primary election will be held on June 11. The top four candidates will advance to the August 16 general […]

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A special election for the vacant District 6 council seat is scheduled for May 17 in Philadelphia. The seat is vacant after Bobby Henon resigned following his conviction on conspiracy and fraud charges. The winner of the special election will […]

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February 28, 2022  •  

New York Special Election Scheduled

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New York Gov. Hochul announced a special election for Assembly District 20 to be held on April 7. The seat became vacant when Rep. Melissa Miller resigned to join the Hempstead Town Board. The winner of the special election will […]

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The Boston City Council announced a special election for the District 1 seat to be held on May 3 with a preliminary election to be held on April 5. The seat is vacant after Lydia Edwards was elected to the […]

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