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Mar 28 2023
I won my 2022 N.J. election. I was sworn in. Then it was all taken away.
Days after election night in 2022, after waiting to let all the votes be counted, I learned that I won a school board race in Ocean Township, N.J., by 20 votes, a difficult feat in a field of six candidates running for three seats. Almost two months later, I had the honor of being sworn into my town’s Board of Education before my friends and family. It was a personal and professional dreamThe Philadelphia Inquirer
Nov 09 2022
2022 Wisconsin Senate race: Ron Johnson projected winner over Mandela Barnes
In Wisconsin's Senate race between Republican Sen. Ron Johnson and Democratic Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes, CBS News is projecting Johnson the winner.
Johnson got a boost from voters' concerns about crime and economic issues, while Barnes had strong support from voters who saw abortion as one of the top issues.CBS News (Online)
Mar 21 2023
Gov. Evers pushes to repeal Wisconsin abortion ban ahead of court election
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers and his fellow Democrats worked Tuesday to keep the spotlight on abortion ahead of next month's state Supreme Court election, resurrecting a bill that would repeal the state's 1849 ban on the practice. Democrats introduced the bill in June days before the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 decision that legalized abortion nationwide.CBS News (Online)
Feb 27 2023
Special Election-Virginia Senate
FILE - Virginia Del. Lamont Bagby, D-Richmond, speaks during the House session at the Capitol, Feb. 1, 2022, in Richmond, Va. Bagby has defeated two opponents in a firehouse primary to advance to a March special general election for the blue-leaning, Richmond-based 9th Senate District of Virginia. He will face GOP nominee Stephen Imholt. The 9th District seat in the 40-member, Democrat-The Lufkin Daily News
Nov 04 2022
AllSides Interactive: Who Will Control the House and Senate After the 2022 Elections?
Last updated 11/8/22
Pennsylvania. Georgia. Wisconsin. Several key states are expected to determine which political party will own control of Congress this year.
AllSides is helping you track the odds of those and the rest of the U.S. House and Senate races in the 2022 midterm elections.
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Feb 22 2023
Wisconsin Supreme Court Election to Pit Liberal Against Conservative
A conservative and a liberal will face off in April’s election for a seat on Wisconsin’s Supreme Court, a contest that will determine the ideological balance of the court and could change the political trajectory of the crucial swing state.
Milwaukee County Circuit Judge Janet Protasiewicz, the liberal, took a decisive lead among the four candidates in the high-stakes Wisconsin SupremeWall Street Journal (News)
Nov 10 2022
2022 Elections Shake Up Congress
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Congress will look a lot different when the final results from the 2022 midterm elections are tallied, but the expected "red wave" of Republican success amid frustration with inflation and President Joe BidenAllSides Staff
Feb 21 2023
Three things the Wisconsin Supreme Court election signals about 2024
Wisconsin voters are heading to the polls on Tuesday to cast their ballots in a contentious primary for the state’s Supreme Court in a race that could have significant knock-on effects on key matters ahead of the 2024 elections. Voters are set to elect a replacement for outgoing conservative Justice Patience Roggensack, who will retire from the high court once her term ends in July. RoggensackWashington Examiner
Mar 28 2023
Wisconsin man charged with firebombing offices of pro-life group
A Wisconsin man has been charged in last year's firebomb attack of a pro-life center in Madison, Wisconsin, according to a Tuesday press release from the Department of Justice. During the May 2022 attack on Wisconsin Family Action, Vandals threw a Molotov cocktail inside the building and then started a separate fire when it didn't ignite, investigators told Fox News Digital at the time. PhotosFox News (Online News)
Feb 21 2023
Wisconsin village relocates polling site on election day after shots fired
Election officials were forced to relocate from a polling site in a small Wisconsin village after a man was arrested after firing gunshots outside the voting location, according to county officials. Voting in the Village of Brooklyn was delayed for about an hour and a half after law enforcement officials locked down the community building that was being used as the city’s only polling locationWashington Examiner