Ballotpedia will be covering roughly 15,000 races on election night – the most in the organization’s 15-year history. Today, the organization published its report on the 15 elections that top their list of the most important, compelling, and competitive in the country.
- U.S. Senate – Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin
- Governor – Arizona, Kansas, Nevada, and Oregon
- U.S. House – Colorado 8th, New Hampshire 1st
- State Legislatures – Arizona House of Representatives, Colorado Senate
- State Supreme Court – Ohio
- State Executive – Arizona Secretary of State
- Municipal – Los Angeles Mayor
“These 15 races have implications for who controls the House, Senate, government trifectas, state supreme courts, and more,” said Ballotpedia Managing Editor Cory Eucalitto. “If the balances of power at different levels of government are going to change this fall, we’ll see it in these elections.”
“Our list is unique in that it covers races up and down the ballot, offering deeper context and nuance to the nation’s political landscape.”
Eucalitto said there was a “robust and thoughtful debate” over which 15 races to include on the Top 15 list, in part because Ballotpedia has “extended our coverage area so dramatically in the last year. We had an abundance of great races to watch, and we are excited to see how they all turn out on election night.
Ballotpedia’s election teams will be publishing their reporting and analysis – and election night results – on these top 15 races and thousands more on Ballotpedia.org, in Ballotpedia’s flagship newsletter, “The Daily Brew,” and at its upcoming Election Analysis Hub.
Click here to read Ballotpedia’s top elections to watch report. Register here for our “Top 15 Elections to Watch” webinar with Ballotpedia staff writers Dave Beaudoin and David Luchs at 12:00 noon CT on Wednesday, September 28.
Ballotpedia is America’s most trusted source of unbiased information on politics, elections and policy. Founded in 2007, Ballotpedia has grown from a collection of dedicated volunteers working on a handful of ballot measures to an essential resource for voters, media and researchers. Ballotpedia is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving the public interest in creating an educated, engaged electorate, and building a strong, healthy democracy. For free access to more than 360,000 professionally authored articles, visit Ballotpedia.org.
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