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2018 Primary Dates

Last week, Texas kicked off primaries for U.S. House and Senate races throughout the country. With more than 30 state primaries occurring between now and June 30, it can be a challenge to keep up with all of the dates for this mid-term election cycle. This is why we created a downloadable one-page list of […]

Infographic: The Final Numbers for the GA-6 Special Election

Immediately following the results of the special election in Georgia, we knew two things: Karen Handel won, and it was the most expensive House race in history. However, we didn’t know the exact totals because final FEC reports weren’t due until the end of July. At the time of the election, the New York Times […]

The Money Behind the GA-6 Special Election

On April 20, Georgians went to the polls in the special election for the sixth congressional district. The top two candidates emerging from the 18-person race were Jon Ossoff (D) and Karen Handel (R), and it is now on track to be the most expensive House race ever. Most media attention focused on the $8.3 […]

2017 Elections: Special Election in Georgia

Today, voters in the metro Atlanta area will go to the polls to decide the replacement for Dr. Tom Price, the new secretary for Health and Human Services, in the sixth congressional district of Georgia. If last week’s election in Kansas was nationalized as a test of voter satisfaction with President Trump, the special election […]

Infographic: Who’s Still Running for President?

Since the beginning of February, six Republican presidential candidates have dropped out, which leaves another group of six candidates actively campaigning to be the Republican nominee. With South Carolina voting on Saturday, February 20, and Nevada immediately following on Tuesday, February 23, will the field be winnowed down further before March 1 when 13 states […]

Infographic: Candidates & Committees

Not only is it hard to keep up with which Super PACs are connected to each presidential campaign, but it can be a challenge to remember the differences between a Super PAC, leadership PAC, 527 and 501(c)4 organization. A new infographic from CMDI identifies each of the organizations affiliated with each candidate and explains the […]

The 2016 Election Battle for State Campaign Cash: 3rd Quarter Results

In the on-going money race in the 2016 election, third quarter results show that Dr. Ben Carson and Gov. Jeb Bush dominated state fundraising. Compared to the second quarter version of this map, all the candidates ceded states to Carson, who raised the most in 28 states, Bush in 15 states, and Senator Ted Cruz […]

2016 Republican Primary Dates

This week, the Federal Elections Commission, released their preliminary list of 2016 presidential primary dates, which we used to create the map below. Hover over a state to see the date of the primary or caucus for when you will head to the polls next year. What are the 2016 Primary Rules? In January of […]

Infographic: Who’s Running for President in 2016?

With 15 (now 16) Republicans and 5 Democrats official running for president in 2016, it can get confusing trying to keep up with all of the candidates and when they entered the race. CMDI created this infographic as a quick resource to help you remember. Click here to see a larger version. Note: The infographic was updated on […]

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. State Type Primary Date Kentucky Gubernatorial 5/15/2015 Louisiana Gubernatorial + State Legislature Primary: 10/24/2015 Election: 11/17/2015 Mississippi Gubernatorial […]