The media might call 2023 an “off cycle” year, but don’t be fooled! There are a LOT of elections happening throughout the year and particularly on November 7th!
Here’s a roundup of the year’s biggest elections. Be sure to put any elections happening in your state on your calendar and share with your networks. At the bottom of this post, I’ve got a link that is continuously updated as new special elections get announced. Turnout is the key to winning!
Click on the links for the races you want to learn more about.
Wisconsin Spring Election
Primary – February 21; General election – April 4
The Wisconsin Supreme Court currently has a 4-3 conservative split, but one of the conservative judges is retiring. We have a chance to flip the ideological bent of the court! The election is non-partisan with 4 candidates, and we know that the two left-leaning judges are Everett Mitchell and Janet Protasiewicz.
Primary – May 16; General election – November 7
Primary – October 14; General election – November 18
Primary – August 8; General election – November 7
Primary – June 6; General election – November 7
Primary – June 20; General election – November 7
Throughout the year, politicians vacate their positions for all sorts of reasons, so it’s a good idea to check for special elections that get scheduled throughout the year. Here’s a great list of special elections that gets updated all the time:
The following states have big municipal elections (like mayor, city council, etc.) on November 7th. Click below to learn more.
Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin
Feeling Left Out?
Even if you don’t see your state listed above, you could very well have an election to vote in this year. The way you can find out is by going to your state’s elections website, which you can find HERE. And of course, if you’re registered to vote, you’ll be notified by your state elections board about any upcoming elections. Double check that you are registered to vote at your current address HERE.
Thank you for being a voter. Remember, if it’s Tuesday, there’s probably an election happening somewhere in America!