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Hawaiian High Propensity Voters to Decide 2016 Elections?

With no major elections in 2015, Hawaiian voters can kick up their feet and enjoy the year. But for campaigns starting to put together plans for 2016, now is the time to get their ducks in a row.

Educational Ranking Could Rankle Minnesota Voters Into 2015 Changes

In a recent online ranking on educational quality in city schools, St. Paul, Minnesota ranked 81 of 90. Ouch! St. Paul’s seven city council seats are up for election this year.

Houston Mayoral ‘Jungle Primary’ Sure to Make 2015 in Texas Roar

Houston will have a new mayor in 2015 via one of the stranger electoral processes across the United States. In what is fondly referred to some as a ‘jungle’ or ‘Louisiana’ primary, voters in Houston will go to the polls on May 9, 2015 to cast their votes for the candidate they want for November’s run-off.

Springfield, MO School District Election on 7th of April Has Show Me State On Alert

Missouri’s largest school district, Springfield, which is in Greene County, will have three at large seats on its school board up for election on April 7. According to Aristotle’s updated Missouri voter file on VoterListsOnline.com, seventeen percent of voters in the school district have a child present in the home and are considered High Propensity Voters.

West Virginia 2014 General Vote History Added to Voter File on VoterListsOnline.com

New on Aristotle’s voter data site, VoterListsOnline.com, is 2014 General Vote History for the great state of West Virginia. Aristotle regularly updates its’ voter files like our West Virginia file which you can access today.

Illinois State Voter File Updated: 18th Congressional District Up for Grabs After Schock Resignation

With the pending resignation of Representative Aaron Schock at the end of this month, Illinois’ 18th Congressional District will be forced into holding a special election. Candidates will be lining up for a chance to represent their constituents in Congress.

District of Columbia Voter Data for Wards 4 and 8 Updated for April 28 Election

The District of Columbia has elections on April 28, 2015. Wards 4 and 8 are the focal points for District voters with special attention falling on candidate Christopher Barry, son of the late ex-Mayor Marion Barry, who is running for his father’s now vacant seat.

Arizona 2014 Primary and General Vote History Added to VoterListsOnline.com

Our Arizona state voter file has been upgraded with new vote history on VoterListsOnline.com. Find 2014 Primary and General Vote History data for Arizona online today, plus hundreds more like it for all 50 states.

Mississippi Governor’s Race Shapes Up with Entry of Popular Democrat

The DeSoto Times Tribune headline on February 24, 2015, was “Looks like Mississippi will have a 2015 governor’s race after a fashion.” The entry of successful Madison attorney, Vicki Slater, into the race guarantees incumbent Republican Gov. Phil Bryant an opponent.

Update: 2014 Primary and General Vote History Added to Hawaii Voter File

Aristotle’s Hawaii state voter file now has been updated on VoterListsOnline.com. Find 2014 Primary and General Vote History data enhancements for the Aloha State online today, plus hundreds more like it for all 50 states.

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