Get the latest news about the 2022 Senate races in Wisconsin, Iowa, and New Hampshire.
Conflicting News about Primary Turnout
We only have the first two states under our belts, and they’re not terribly representative of the nation as a whole, but it’s what we have right now. So what do we know about turnout? Iowa Turnout was disappointing this… Read More ›
2020 Elections: The Governors’ Races
There’s a lot more at stake in 2020 than just who sits in the White House. For example, redistricting will happen in 2020, and in most states, governors either sign or veto the maps that the state legislatures draw up…. Read More ›
State Focus: Does Yours Offer Early Voting?
Which one of these affects your daily life more: Decisions made in Congress or your state legislature? Hands down, it is your state legislature. Hopefully, you are getting more engaged with politics in your state. (Read THIS as to why… Read More ›
Election 2020: Taking Back the Senate
Yes, we want the White House, but without the Senate, we won’t be able to enact the big changes that our country needs. So, while you keep an eye on the presidential race, keep a lookout for the critical Senate… Read More ›
The Looming Danger of Lame Duck Sessions
What kinds of decisions do you make when you’re about to lose power? Are you rational or wild? Do you extend a helping hand or burn every bridge? A lame duck session is the legislating that gets done (by Congress… Read More ›
10 State Legislative Houses that could Flip
The midterms aren’t just an opportunity to provide a check on Trump and his administration by flipping the House in Congress, but by flipping houses in state legislatures, too. As we enter the midterms, Democrats currently have control (that is, a… Read More ›
It’s the Last Week of Primaries!
New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and New York have their primaries this week, and they are the last of the primary season. After this we are full-on in general election mode! If you’re in one of these states, please, go vote…. Read More ›
Primary Elections: September 2018
The last set of primary elections before the midterms are here. Flipping Congress, governor’s mansions, and state legislatures are the only ways we can hold this administration accountable and slow down their efforts. Raising awareness of the primary elections happening… Read More ›
New Hampshire 9/11 Primary: At a Glance
With federal reps who are Democrats, and state reps who are majority Republican, New Hampshire swings from one party to the next frequently. This election proves to be equally interesting. Here’s the 411 on New Hampshire’s primary. New Hampshire has… Read More ›
Special Elections in February 2018
These are the 15 special elections scheduled in February 2018. Click on the district number (courtesy of Ballotpedia) to get the information you need such as: a map outlining the district, why the seat is having a special election, who… Read More ›