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Fewer incumbents lost general election races for state legislative seats in 2020 than in any year in the last decade, according to a new analysis from Ballotpedia. Yet they were more vulnerable in primaries than in any year since 2012.

Two out of three voters believe that the winners of the last few presidential elections were illegitimate, according to a poll by Ballotpedia:

Two out of three voters believe that the winners of the last few presidential elections were illegitimate, according to a poll by Ballotpedia’s editor-at-large Scott Rasmussen.

Two out of three voters believe that the winners of the last few presidential elections were illegitimate, according to a poll by Ballotpedia’s editor-at-large Scott Rasmussen.

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Ballotpedia's Help Desk focuses on clearing up the uncertainties around this year's elections #Election2020  . Stay on top of changes, and find the answers to your questions at the links below.

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Ballotpedia, based on FairVote report: “From 2000 to 2015, there were 27 recounts in statewide races across the country. Of those 27, there were 3 that resulted in a change of the election result. The avg vote shift across all 27 recounts was 282 votes.”

Here’s what the minimum wage increase would look like each year, according to Ballotpedia.

How many politicians have caught the Trump Virus? BallotPedia is keeping track

FYI to anyone jumping into the 2020 race at this point: it's too late to get on the ballot as an independent candidate for president in the states of Indiana, Maine, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, and Texas, per Ballotpedia

The lawsuit, filed on June 26, claims that the bill violates Initiative 1634 which was passed by voters in 2018. According to Ballotpedia, that initiative prohibits local governments from enacting taxes or fees on grocery items.

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Live interview polls (minus Q) all depict a big Clinton lead nationally. These Ballotpedia polls are roughly consistent with that story 4/

Since Clinton became presumptive nominee she leads by 4 (Susa), 6 (Q-Pac), 3 (YouGov), 13 (St Leo), 13 (Ballotpedia) in Florida polls...

Ballotpedia shows Clinton with huge leads in key battlegrounds. What do I think? I wouldn't blow this off. More: 1/

I'm calling BS no way these numbers are correct...who is Ballotpedia?

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