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Dec 30 2022
In 2022, the world population crossed 8 billion people — and we felt the scale of this monumental milestone in hundreds of ways. After over two years of lockdowns and quarantines, people eagerly restarted their lives, but there were certainly growing pains. Weddings and travel skyrocketed, but so did lost luggage and global inflation rates. Taylor Swift broke Ticketmaster. Cryptocurrency wasVox
May 24 2022
The Texas Tribune is a nonprofit, nonpartisan news organization dedicated to helping you navigate Texas policy and politics — including the 2022 elections. We’re tracking the results of the Texas 2022 primary runoffs happening May 24.The Texas Tribune
Nov 08 2022
Ticket splitting could play a pivotal role in a few battleground states on Election Day, as voters might be willing to cross party lines for certain candidates.
Key Quotes: "I think that the benefits of being hyperpartisan are starting to fall off," said Keith Naughton, a veteran Republican strategist. "For both parties, it’s doing as much to drive their opponents’ turnout as it doesThe Hill Washington Times Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Nov 13 2022
Some states are still counting votes and control of Congress isn't fully settled, but many competitive Senate, House, and governor races have already been called.
Senate Race Projections: Democract incumbent Sens. Mark Kelly (AZ) and Catherine Cortez Masto (NV) are projected to beat their Republican challengers, keeping the Senate in Democratic hands. Lt. Gov. John Fetterman (D) beatNewsweek Associated Press Fox News (Online News)
Nov 08 2022
Election Day 2022 is here, and voters across the country are heading to the polls to cast their votes.
Polls in Indiana and Kentucky begin closing at 6 p.m. ET, and the last polls close at 1 a.m. ET in Alaska. See an hour-by-hour list of poll closing times.
For Context: Over 40 million Americans have already voted through early voting. Some results will be clear Tuesday night,The Daily Signal NBC News (Online) AllSides
Nov 09 2022
Abortion, forced prison labor, marijuana, and gun rights were just a few hot-button issues being voted on in different states across the country on Tuesday.
Abortion: Voters in California, Vermont, and Michigan approved ballot measures adding abortion rights into their state constitutions, as did voters in Montana and Kentucky, two traditionally-conservative states.
Gun Rights:Reason Associated Press The Hill
Oct 17 2022
The latest New York Times/Siena College poll found that 49% of likely voters plan to vote for a Republican to represent them in Congress in the 2022 midterm elections, compared with 45% who planned to vote for a Democrat.
Key Quotes: "Republicans enter the final weeks of the contest for control of Congress with a narrow but distinct advantage as the economy and inflation have surged asNational Review The Hill New York Times (News)
Sep 16 2022
Republicans have been grappling with how to handle the politics of abortion — an energizing issue for Democrats — ahead of the November general elections.
When Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) proposed a national 15-week abortion ban, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell — a longtime proponent of similar bans — instead asserted that the issue should be left to states. While someWashington Post Fox News (Online News) The Hill
Aug 04 2022
Kansas voters rejected a push to remove the state’s constitutional abortion protections on Tuesday. What does this mean for the 2022 elections and abortion access nationwide?
Voters in Kansas turned out in record numbers. Over 900,000 votes were cast in the abortion referendum, representing roughly 47% of the state’s registered voters. Top Republican and Democratic candidates in TuesdayNewsweek National Review The Nation
May 27 2022
This year, state lawmakers, who spent 2021 passing laws that made it harder to vote, have focused more intently on election interference, passing nine laws that could lead to tampering with how elections are run and how results are determined.
Election interference laws do two primary things. They open the door to partisan interference in elections, or they threaten theBrennan Center for Justice