States teaming with industry to train workers, the debate over Voter ID, Common Core standards in the states, the benefits of big data and much more are explored in this month's issue.
Partisan composition in state legislatures is not a static number. Immediately following an election, numbers change as recounts and contested elections are settled. Even months after the election, the numbers continue to change in small ways--a member resigns to take an appointed position, members switch political party, a member is unable to serve for some other reason. All of these changes first result in vacancies and later as appointments or in special elections. NCSL tracks actual partisan composition changes throughout the year. Check back here on a regular basis to see the current numbers.
If you are interested in 2010 election results, visit NCSL's StateVote 2010 website for partisan composition numbers and analysis of the election.
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