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 Post subject: 2019 Elections
PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2019 4:46 am 
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First Election Races for 2019 Georgia & Virginia tonight good luck Team Blue.


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Jennifer Boysko wins Virginia Senate District 33 Election

Democratic Del. Jennifer Boysko defeated Republican Joe May in the Virginia Senate District 33 election.

“I am honored to be elected as the newest Senator from the 33rd district and look forward to continuing the work of now-Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton. Together we will work to expand affordable healthcare, improve our schools and roads, build an economy that works for everyone and continue our push for gun-violence prevention.” said Boysko. “I want to thank all our amazing supporters and volunteers who voted, knocked doors, made phone calls, and worked to make this a grass-roots campaign.”

https://augustafreepress.com/jennifer-b ... -election/


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 Post subject: Re: 2019 Elections
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Here are the vote totals from the Georgia House special election

https://www.timesfreepress.com/news/bre ... on/486316/


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Randall wins tight state Senate race, plans to focus on education and health care

Following a manual recount, first-time candidate and Democrat Emily Randall won the state Senate election for the 26th District.

Randall’s margin of victory was 101 votes, or 0.14 percent, over Republican Marty McClendon.

https://www.thenewstribune.com/news/loc ... 79825.html


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Randy Feenstra to challenge fellow Republican Steve King in Iowa

HULL, Iowa -- State Sen. Randy Feenstra will attempt to upset the dynamics of Republican politics in Iowa, as he is readying a primary campaign to veteran Rep. Steve King in 2020.

Feenstra, of Hull, said he is opening a federal campaign committee. A campaign website -- feenstraforcongress -- went live Wednesday morning. Feenstra also opened a Twitter campaign account, reworking the prior account he had used as a state senator.

https://siouxcityjournal.com/news/local ... 3d83a.html


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Mike Siegel - We're Still Running

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 Post subject: Re: 2019 Elections
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Eva Putzova For Congress

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 Post subject: Re: 2019 Elections
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Minnesota Senate District 11 DFL primary results

Michelle Lee and Stu Lourey are running against each other for the Democratic-Farmer-Labor nomination for the Minnesota Senate District 11 seat. The winner will face Republican candidate Jason Rarick and Legal Marijuana Now candidate John "Sparky" Birrenbach during a special general election Feb. 5.

https://www.duluthnewstribune.com/news/ ... ry-results


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Pennsylvania governor sets special election date for GOP Marino’s seat

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D) on Thursday set May 21 as the day for the special election to replace former Rep. Tom Marino (R), who resigned last week.

"Having heard the concerns of county officials, I am scheduling the special election to fill the remainder of Congressman Marino’s term on May 21, 2019 to coincide with the primary election," Wolf said.

https://thehill.com/homenews/state-watc ... rinos-seat


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 Post subject: Re: 2019 Elections
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Morales, Noriega head to runoff in House District 145 special election

Democrats Christina Morales and Melissa Noriega are headed to a runoff in the special election to fill state Sen. Carol Alvarado’s seat in the Texas House.

Morales, a city planning commissioner and the CEO of an East End funeral home, led Noriega Tuesday by several percentage points with all precincts reporting. The unofficial tally showed Morales falling well short of the 50 percent threshhold needed to avoid a runoff for the House District 145 seat.

https://www.houstonchronicle.com/news/h ... rc=hp_totn


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 Post subject: Re: 2019 Elections
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EARLY RESULTS: Fierro leads with 50.8% of vote in race for State Representative for District 79

EL PASO, Texas - Early voting returns show democratic candidate Art Fierro with 50.8 percent of the vote in the race to represent District 79 in the Texas State House of Representatives. Democrat Michiel Noe has 29.6 percent of the vote and republican Hans Sassenfeld has 19.6 percent of the vote. A total of 2,750 people voted early.

Tuesday marks the first time in nearly two decades that there will be a special election to find someone to represent East El Paso in Austin.


https://www.kvia.com/news/el-paso/early ... /993014826


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 Post subject: Re: 2019 Elections
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June Speakman wins the Democratic primary, moves on to special election for R.I. House seat

BRISTOL — Roger Williams University professor June Speakman won the Democratic primary for a special election in the state House of Representatives Tuesday, beating former Bristol Town Council member Richard Ruggiero.

Speakman, of Warren, took 74 percent of the vote, beating Ruggiero 733 to 263, according to unofficial results from the R.I. secretary of state’s office. She will now move to a four-way general election in House District 68 against two independents and a Libertarian.

https://www.providencejournal.com/news/ ... house-seat


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Special Election Results: Minnesota Senate District 11

A special election is being held tonight to fill the open Minnesota Senate District 11 seat. DFL candidate Stu Lourey, Republican candidate Jason Rarick and Legal Marijuana Now candidate John "Sparky" Birrenbach are all vying for the seat.

Senate District 11 includes precincts throughout Carlton and Pine counties and parts of St. Louis and Kanabec counties. The seat was recently vacated by Tony Lourey after he joined the new cabinet of Gov. Tim Walz.

https://duluthnewstribune.com/news/gove ... istrict-11


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York voters recall Mayor during special election

YORK, Neb. – Voters in York have recalled their mayor during a special recall election held on Tuesday.

The unofficial results were announced around 5:30 p.m., and the count was 1,358 YES, to 915 NO to recall Mayor Orval Stahr.

https://www.1011now.com/content/news/Yo ... 46371.html


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 Post subject: Re: 2019 Elections
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District 176 race goes to runoff

VALDOSTA — The race to fill Jason Shaw's Georgia House of Representative seat has apparently ended in a stalemate between both Republican candidates.

According to preliminary numbers from the Georgia Secretary of State website, Franklin Patten and John Burchett will face off in a runoff to determine who will represent District 176, which covers portions of Lowndes, Lanier, Ware and Atkinson counties.

https://www.valdostadailytimes.com/news ... 33431.html


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Republican, Democrat advance to runoff for Texas House seat in San Antonio

A Republican and a Democrat are moving on to a runoff in the race to replace ex-state Rep. Justin Rodriguez, D-San Antonio, in a traditionally Democratic district.

With all precincts reporting Tuesday night, Republican Fred Rangel got 38 percent of the vote and Democrat Ray Lopez had 19 percent, according to unofficial returns. The third-place finisher, Coda Rayo-Garza, narrowly missed the runoff, coming in 22 votes behind Lopez, a former member of the San Antonio City Council.

https://www.texastribune.org/2019/02/12 ... -election/


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 Post subject: Re: 2019 Elections
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What scandals? Democrat cruises in Virginia special election

Democrat Ibraheem S. Samirah handily beat Republican Gregg G. Nelson in a special election Tuesday for a Northern Virginia seat in the House of Delegates, overcoming a series of controversies hounding his party’s state leaders.

Mr. Samirah led Mr. Nelson by 1,576 votes out of 6,283 cast or a 25-percent margin, 59 percent to 34 percent, according to unofficial results from the Virginia Department of Elections.

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/20 ... nia-house/


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 Post subject: Re: 2019 Elections
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Larvadain, Johnson win special election for LA House seats

ALEXANDRIA, La. (KALB) - Alexandria City Councilman Ed Larvadain, III and Pineville attorney Mike Johnson are the area's latest state representatives following the results of a special election Saturday.

Larvadain, a Democrat, defeated fellow Democrat and Rapides Parish School Board member Sandra Franklin in the race for District 26 with 61-percent of the vote, 1,619 to 1,032. That seat opened after Jeff Hall won the race for Alexandria mayor in November.

https://www.kalb.com/content/news/Larva ... 81641.html


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 Post subject: Re: 2019 Elections
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Chicago Election 2019: Coverage, results, mayoral race and more

CHICAGO (WLS) -- It's Election Day for the 2019 Chicago mayoral, city office and aldermanic races. Take a look at recent coverage.

https://abc7chicago.com/politics/chicag ... e/5158381/


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 Post subject: Re: 2019 Elections
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Jumaane Williams wins NYC public advocate election

It’s official: Jumaane Williams is the next New York City public advocate, at least until the end of this year.

Williams won Tuesday’s special election for public advocate with more than 32 percent of the vote when 75 percent of polls were reporting, according to the Board of Elections — emerging as the winner out of 17 names that appeared on voters’ ballots.

https://www.metro.us/news/local-news/ne ... e-election


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 Post subject: Re: 2019 Elections
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Polls close with 9-percent turnout in special election

Votes cast on two citizen-led ballot issues were being tallied after polls closed Tuesday in Toledo’s special election.

Voting ended at 7:30 p.m. with a total of 16,436 ballots cast, including absentee ballots. That’s about 9 percent of the city’s 182,451 registered voters, said Theresa Gabriel, deputy director of Lucas County’s elections board.

https://www.toledoblade.com/local/polit ... 0190226102


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 Post subject: Re: 2019 Elections
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Nolan wins special election for 39th District state House seat

New London — Democrat Anthony Nolan scored a resounding victory on Tuesday in a four-way race for the 39th District state House seat.

Nolan, a four-term city councilor and New London police officer, celebrated the special election win with fellow Democrats at their headquarters on Green Street, sharing hugs and handshakes with well-wishers.

https://www.theday.com/local-news/20190 ... house-seat


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SPECIAL ELECTION: Christina Morales elected in Texas House District 145

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Voters in Texas House District 145 elected entrepreneur Christina Morales as their next state representative Tuesday night.

Morales defeated challenger Melissa Noriega in Tuesday's special election by a vote of 61 to 40 percent.

https://abc13.com/politics/christina-mo ... 5/5169859/


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 Post subject: Re: 2019 Elections
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City of Tampa municipal election results (spoiler-there will be a runoff)

March 5, 2019 is the final day of voting for Tampa Mayor, City Council seats, and 17 charter amendments. Early voting sites were open from February 25 to March 3. You can see WMNF’s coverage of City Council candidates here, and Mayoral candidates here. 21,106, or 36.41% of the 57,962 Tampa residents, who requested vote by mail ballots, returned their ballots by 3/4/19. According to the Supervisor of Elections website, 7,642 people voted via early voting sites. Tampa has 237,752 eligible voters. Mayor and City Council seats are non-partisan.

https://www.wmnf.org/city-of-tampa-elec ... ults-2019/


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Reed wins primary race for president of the St. Louis Board of Aldermen

ST. LOUIS • Incumbent Lewis Reed held on to win his fourth term as president of the Board of Aldermen Tuesday.

Meanwhile, all incumbents seeking re-election to ward seats on the board won in Democratic primary races across the city.

https://www.stltoday.com/news/local/gov ... 1618d.html


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