Midterms are approaching, but there are still a few more elections to watch. Four states will have primaries and Puerto Rico is holding a special election in September. Alaska's annual REAA election is in October, and there are even a few runoffs after the General Midterm. Check out the election list below for details, or check your states GOTV page for Voter Information.

Election list - a complete list of covered elections this year.

2023 Elections - elections next year


Events:

  • August 24, 2022

    • Deadlines updated for NY, FL, HI, GA.

    • Special Election added for PR.

  • August 23, 2022

    • Primaries in New York and Florida, Runoff in Oklahoma.

    • Voter information tab formatting and redistricting messages updated.

  • August 17, 2022

    • Deadlines updated for AK, WY, and SD.

  • August 16, 2022

    • Primaries in AK and WY, Runoff in SD.

  • August 5, 2022

    • Deadlines updated for TN.

  • August 4, 2022

    • Primary for Tennessee State offices.

  • August 3, 2022

    • Deadlines updated for AZ, MO, WA, KS, MI, and OH.

  • August 2, 2022

    • Primaries in Arizona, Missouri, Washington, Kansas, and Michigan. Primary Runoff in Ohio.

  • July 28, 2022

    • Deadlines updated for North Carolina.

  • July 26, 2022

    • North Carolina Primary Runoffs

  • July 20, 2022

    • Deadlines updated for Maryland.

  • July 19, 2022

    • Maryland Primary (rescheduled from 6/28)

  • July 5, 2022

    • North Carolina Primary Runoff for state offices.

  • June 29, 2022

    • Deadlines updated on Voter information tab for June 28 elections (CO, IL, NY, OK, UT, MS, SC).

  • June 28, 2022

    • Primary Elections held in Colorado, Illinois, New York, Oklahoma, and Utah.

      • New York has a split primary, US Senate, state executive offices, and the State House were held today; US House and State Senate primary will be held August 23.

      • Oklahoma will be holding a primary runoff election August 23.

    • Primary Runoff elections held in Mississippi and South Carolina.

*excluding 11/8 general elections.

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