2019 Elections: The Big November Races

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It may be an “off cycle” year, but there are a lot of elections happening on November 5! Here’s a roundup of the biggest elections in the fall. Be sure to put this in your calendar and share with your networks. Turnout is the key to winning!

Click on the race you’re interested in to learn more. 

Kentucky

Governor

Attorney General

Louisiana

Governor

Attorney General

State Legislature

Mississippi

Governor

Attorney General

State Legislature

New Jersey

State Legislature

Virginia

State Legislature

Plus, Municipal Elections

Ballotpedia keeps track of elections in the 100 biggest cities in the country. The following states have municipal elections on November 5th. Click below to learn more.

Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Mexico, North Carolina, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah, Washington

Feeling Left Out?

You may not live in one of the big cities but you could very well have an election this November. The way you can find out is by going to your state’s elections website, which you can find HERE. And of course, if you’re registered to vote, you’ll be notified by your state elections board about any upcoming elections. Double check that you are registered to vote at your current address HERE.

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