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Every local ballot measure in Virginia on Nov. 7
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Previewing the Central Bucks School District races in Pennsylvania
Over the past few weeks, we’ve brought you in-depth coverage of school board elections across the country.
This week we looked at the Central Bucks School District in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, where 10 candidates are running for five board seats.
Louisiana will have a Republican trifecta in January
Louisiana held their statewide primaries on Oct. 14. Louisiana uses the majority-vote system. All candidates, regardless of party affiliation, run in the same primary. A candidate who wins more than 50% of the vote wins the election outright.
Jeff Landry, Louisiana’s Republican attorney general, won the gubernatorial election outright with 51.6% of the vote. That guarantees that Louisiana will have a Republican trifecta when he is sworn into office as the state’s 57th governor in early 2024.