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Gov. Ned Lamont announced a special election for May 7, to fill a state representative vacancy in House District 130. The seat became vacant following the passing of State Rep. Ezequiel Santiago on March 15. The winner of the special […]

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House Speaker Mike Turzai announced a special election for House District 11 on May 21. The special election will be held on the same day as the state primary. The seat is vacant after Rep. Brian Ellis resigned on Monday […]

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Gov. Kim Reynolds called a special election for Senate District 30. The special election has been called to fill the vacancy left by the resignation of State Sen. Jeff Danielson. After serving 15 years with the Iowa Senate, Danielson has […]

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A special election was announced on April 9 for House District 28. This will be the third election for the seat as both elections held last year were deemed inconclusive. The special election was ordered by Senior Superior Court Judge […]

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A special election will take place on April 30 to fill a vacancy in Assembly District 64. Rep. Peter Barca resigned after Gov. Tony Evers picked him to serve as Revenue Department secretary. Barca’s nomination as Revenue secretary is pending […]

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A special election will take place on April 2 to fill a vacancy in House District 52. Rep. Jennifer DeChant vacated the office to work at telecommunications and media company Charter Communications. DeChant had served in House District 52 since […]

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A special election will take place on Saturday, April 13, to fill a vacancy in Honolulu City Council District 4. The Hawaii Supreme Court invalidated the results of the November special election that showed incumbent Trevor Ozawa beating challenger Tommy […]

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Gov. Tom Wolf announced he has scheduled a special election to fill Pennsylvania’s U.S. House District 12 seat for May 21. Last week, Rep. Tom Marino announced he would be resigning to take a job in the private sector. The […]

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Gov. Greg Abbott has set a special election for House District 125 to occur on February 12. State Rep. Justin Rodriguez resigned after being appointed as a Bexar County commissioner. Early voting begins on January 28.

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There will be a special election on March 12 to fill the vacancy in the Third Supervisorial District. The vacancy was created when Todd Spitzer won last November’s general election to become Orange County District Attorney. The district includes Orange, […]

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The Georgia Secretary of State announced a special election on February 12 for House District 176. The seat is vacant after Rep. Jason Shaw accepted an appointment to the Georgia Public Service Commission by Gov. Nathan Deal. A special runoff […]

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Minnesota will hold a special election for Senate District 11 on February 5. Sen. Tony Lourey resigned after being appointed to Gov.-elect Tim Walz’s cabinet. If necessary, a primary will be held on January 22.

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Gov. Janet Mills and Sec. of State Matthew Dunlap announced a special election to be held on March 12 for House District 124. Rep. Aaron Frey vacated the office to serve as attorney general. House District 124 includes portions of […]

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Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. Mike Stack announced a special election to fill the vacancy in the 37th Senate District. The seat became open with the election of Guy Reschenthaler to the U.S. House of Representatives. The district includes suburbs in western […]

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