There Are Elections in 2015
While most election coverage is focused on speculation for the 2016 presidential race, voters in five states – Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Jersey, and Virginia – will go to the polls for a gubernatorial or state legislature race in 2015.
|Louisiana||Gubernatorial + State Legislature||Primary: 10/24/2015
|Mississippi||Gubernatorial + State Legislature||8/4/2015|
|New Jersey||State Legislature||TBA|
To date, at least five states have announced special elections for state-level races:
|AR||State Senate||District 16||4/14/2015|
|FL||State Representative||District 13||2/17/2015|
|FL||State Senate||District 6||4/7/2015|
|FL||State Representative||District 17||4/7/2015|
|FL||State Representative||District 24||4/7/2015|
|FL||State Representative||District 64||4/21/2015|
|GA||State Representative||District 120||1/6/2015|
|SC||State Representative||District 63||4/14/2015|
|VA||House Delegate||District 34||1/6/2015|
|VA||House Delegate||District 63||1/6/2015|
|VA||House Delegate||District 74||1/13/2015|
2015 will also be a busy year for municipal elections. At least 38 of America’s most populated cities will vote on mayoral or city council races between now and November. Click on the markers in the map below for information about each election.
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