Polls have closed for the 2022 general election, where voters in 46 states decided on 6,279 state legislative races, 36 governors and 133 statewide ballot measures. Find results, analysis and more.
Attention works like fuel for multiple functions that we do to be successful: thinking, connecting, feeling. Find out more from this NCSL Base Camp 2022 session.
Angela Seifer, executive director of the National Digital Inclusion Alliance, and Erlinda Doherty in NCSL’s Washington office, break down the details of the $65 billion in funding for high-speed internet included in the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and how it will affect states.
The U.S. Census Bureau works all decade long to produce good data—and provides ways for counties, cities and other local jurisdictions to appeal or ask for a new count. Learn how you can help ensure your jurisdiction’s data is as accurate as possible in this upcoming webinar.
That’s the question you may ask yourself after this year’s midterm elections. For answers, join your colleagues Dec. 5-7 in San Diego for NCSL Forecast ’23, where Reid Wilson, founder and editor of Pluribus News, will explore the shape of state legislative elections to come and provide an exclusive look at the data underlying last year’s redistricting efforts.
With Election Day 2022 behind us, the NCSL Leaders’ Center is drilling down on the results of legislative leaders. Read about the latest developments now.
NCSL podcasts connect you with state legislatures, offering insights from legislative leaders and staff, astute political observers and public policy experts from across the nation. Download or stream our collection today.
Find the latest news on state policy, politics and personalities as well as stories from the print edition of State Legislatures magazine.
During the pandemic, Americans went from dinner out to dinner in. We took to cooking at home, and our use of food-delivery apps more than doubled as we preferred takeout to eating at restaurants.