The Democratic Party could gain control of nine legislative chambers under the perfect conditions on November 4. Is one of your state’s chambers on the list?
The 2014 state elections are not over and yet many incumbent legislators will not be returning in 2015. Do you know what the pre-election turnover looks like?
A review of six races with August primaries where a governor is defending his incumbency for a second term in office.
Here is an overview of which states are voting on trending or unique ballot questions in 2014.
Do spikes in state regulatory activity and midterm elections overlap?
June features three more waves of primary elections in states across the country that will settle some key questions in this year’s races.
Not since 2010 has there been so much potential for great change in the political landscape after the November elections.
The question really is, “what additional information should our company release?”
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