Season’s greetings! As we wrap up the 12 Days of Ballotpedia, we want to express our heartfelt gratitude for your support.
Throughout this time, we have shone a light on various facets of Ballotpedia’s mission and work. We aimed to demonstrate how our work impacts our readers, providing them with accurate and trustworthy information about politics and policy. This initiative was an opportunity to highlight the importance of being well-informed in today’s world.
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Chocolate Chip Cookie wins third nonconsecutive term as Ballotpedia’s Holiday Cookie
This year’s race was close enough to have many of us hanging on the edge of our seats. With 100% of precincts reporting, a winner has emerged: Chocolate Chip Cookie wins Ballotpedia’s 2023 Holiday Cookie Election with 39.6% of the vote.
A year-end look at the state of election administration legislation
This week we took a step back to look at what happened in the world of election administration in 2023.
Click the link below for the full report. We explore bills related to RCV, ballot access, private funding bans, election audits and qualifications for auditors, photo ID requirements, and noncitizen voting.
Nearly half of seats in Kansas’ school board elections uncontested in 2023
Of the 1,160 school board seats up for election, 579 (49.9%) were uncontested. Overall, Republicans won 901 seats (78%), Democrats won 145 (13%), and independent or minor party candidates won 102 (9%). There were 12 winners (1%) whose affiliations we couldn’t identify.