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NCSL State Elections 2022

With voters in 46 states choosing 6,279 state legislators and 36 governors on Nov. 8, as well as deciding 117 statewide ballot measures, NCSL’s elections team has compiled a resource page on the upcoming 2022 State Elections.


Forecast '23

Get a Jump on Your 2023 Session!

Join your colleagues in San Diego Dec. 5-7 for NCSL Forecast ’23, a new program designed to deliver insight into pressing policy issues of the year ahead. Early bird $99 pricing for legislators and staff available through Nov. 11.


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Behavioral Health Policy Series

Explore our four-part series looking at how state legislative actions attempt to increase access to mental and behavioral health-related services.



Campaign Finance Regulation

Whether, and how, states regulate campaign finance varies greatly. This webpage provides a national overview of options and compares existing policies to those of the rest of the nation.


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Grappling With the Traffic Safety Crisis

A senior official with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration joins the podcast to discuss how the agency is combating the crisis in traffic fatalities, and the role impaired driving, speeding and texting while driving play.


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Staff Hub ATL 2022

Join us for Staff Hub ATL 2022, Oct. 10-12 in Atlanta. Sponsored by six of NCSL’s professional staff associations this meeting fosters cross-pollination and shared learning between and increase synergy among the participating associations.


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NCSL Podcasts

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.



Read the Latest in State Legislatures News

Find the latest news on state policy, politics and personalities as well as stories from the print edition of State Legislatures magazine.



Check Out NCSL’s New Resource on Food Safety

During the COVID-19 pandemic, we went from dinner out to dinner in. Americans took to cooking at home and the use of food-delivery apps more than doubled as takeout often took the place of eating at restaurants.