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Latest Results for Legislative Races/Control and Ballot Issues

Join us here for the latest returns from state legislative and ballot issue results. The latest information will be displayed here. Click on the headline for all previous updates.

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Elections Just Keep Getting Better (Despite the News)

Most of the news in the run-up to Tuesday's elections has been about who’s up and who’s down in the polls, but we’ve also seen a significant number of stories about election administration: cybersecurity, voter eligibility disputes and the impact of potentially high turnout are all in the news.

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Check in With NCSL for Latest State Results on Election Night

NCSL's StateVote 2018 election night crew will be collecting, reporting and analyzing results from more than 6,000 legislative races in 46 states, governors' battles in 36 states and an array of ballot issues from marijuana to Medicaid, gambling to minimum wage, school funding to infrastructure and a boatload of bond issues. Join us for the latest updates from state legislative and ballot issue race.

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Election Predictions (A Fraught Business)

Of course, predictions don’t matter—results do. Still, who amongst us isn’t anxious to know what lies ahead? Now, we can offer you predictions from several reputable sources.

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Voting on Voting: This Year’s Election Ballot Measures

As Election Day fast approaches, voting, election administration and the elections in general are certainly making headlines.

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How Will Transportation Measures Fare at the Polls?

One of the perennial policy topics affected by ballot measures is transportation, specifically transportation funding. Last year 82 percent of the more than 200 state and local transportation measures were passed across the country.

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Who's on the Ballot This Year?

You may have heard that 6,066 state legislative seats (82 percent of all seats) are up for grabs in 46 states on Nov. 6. If that’s the sort of thing that gets your blood pumping, the good folks at NCSL have got you covered.

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Hello Governor, It’s the National Conference of State Legislatures

Although there are many people eyeing the outcome of the 6,069 state legislative seats on the ballot, 2018 will mark a big year for state executives as well. 

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A Very Big Deal: Election 2018

Election 2018 is three weeks away. When it’s over, 6,069 legislative seats in 87 legislative chambers (in 46 states) will be filled. That’s 82 percent of all legislative seats, a big deal. An even bigger deal is what the tally of those results will mean: who will be holding the reins of state power, come the start of next year’s legislative sessions.

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Rights for Crime Victims on the Ballot in Six States

Six states—Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Nevada, North Carolina and Oklahoma—will offer voters the choice to amend their state’s constitution related to crime victims’ rights.

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This blog offers updates on the National Conference of State Legislatures' research and training, the latest on federalism and the state legislative institution, and posts about state legislators and legislative staff. The blog is edited by NCSL staff and written primarily by NCSL's experts on public policy and the state legislative institution.