DemDaily: The 2023 Election Calendar!

February 24, 2023

Democrats have had a good week.

In Virginia, Jennifer McClellan easily won the Fourth District Congressional Special Election in Virginia, and liberal judge Janet Protasiewicz was the top vote-getter of two advancing to the critical Wisconsin State Supreme Court general election in April.

Next Tuesday is Chicago's mayoral race, one of the many impactful 2023 "off-year" elections that will help determine the political climate going into the presidential year.

DemList, as always, will keep you informed on all developments.

In addition to three gubernatorial races -- in Kentucky, Louisiana and Mississippi -- there are legislative, mayoral, municipal, judicial, and/or local elections up in 2023 in nearly 40 states.

The 2023 Election Calendar
(*Top 30 largest city and state capital city mayoral elections are listed)

February 28: Chicago, Illinois Mayoral General

March 7: Tampa, Florida Mayoral General
March 7: Montpelier, Vermont Mayoral General

March 21: Jacksonville, Florida Mayoral General

April 4: Kansas City, Missouri Mayoral Primary
April 4: Lincoln, Nebraska Mayoral Primary
April 4: Colorado Springs, Colorado Mayoral General
April 4: Denver, Colorado Mayoral General
April 4: Springfield, Illinois Mayoral General
April 4: Jefferson City, Missouri Mayoral General
April 4: Madison, Wisconsin Mayoral General
April 4: Chicago, Illinois Mayoral General Runoff

April 18: Dover, Delaware Mayoral General
April 25: Tampa, Florida Mayoral General Runoff

To be Scheduled: The congressional special election for Rhode Island's First District to succeed Congressman David Cicilline (D), who announced February 22 that he will leave Congress at the end of May to become the President and CEO of the Rhode Island Foundation.

May 2: Indianapolis, Indiana Mayoral Primary
May 2: Fort Wayne, Indiana Mayoral Primary
May 2: Columbus, Ohio Mayoral Primary
May 2: Lincoln, Nebraska Mayoral General

May 6: Arlington, Texas Mayoral General
May 6: Dallas, Texas Mayoral General
May 6: Fort Worth, Texas Mayoral General
May 6: San Antonio, Texas Mayoral General
May 6: Garland, Texas Mayoral General
May 6: Irving, Texas Mayoral General

May 16Kentucky Statewide Primary
May 16: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Mayoral Primary
May 16: Boise, Idaho Mayoral General
May 16: Jacksonville, Florida Mayoral General Runoff

Regular legislative elections will be held in eight state legislative chambers in four states in 2023 -- the Louisiana State Legislature, the Mississippi Legislature, the New Jersey Legislature, and the Virginia General Assembly.

June 6: New Jersey Statewide Primary
June 6: Denver, Colorado Mayoral General Runoff

June 20: Virginia Statewide Primary

August 1: Tucson, Arizona Mayoral Primary
August 1: Wichita, Kansas Mayoral Primary
August 1: Olympia, Washington Mayoral Primary
August 1: Spokane, Washington Mayoral Primary

August 3: Nashville, Tennessee Mayoral Primary
August 8Mississippi Statewide Primary
August 22: Montgomery, Alabama Mayoral General
August 29: Mississippi Statewide Runoff

September 12: Hartford, Connecticut Mayoral Primary
September 12: Charlotte, North Carolina Mayoral Primary

September 14: Nashville, Tennessee Mayoral General

October 3: Montgomery, Alabama Mayoral General Runoff
October 5: Memphis, Tennessee Mayoral General

October 10: Durham, North Carolina Mayoral Primary
October 10: Charlotte, North Carolina Mayoral Primary Runoff

October 14Louisiana Statewide Primary

November 7: Mayoral General Elections in Tucson, Arizona; Aurora, Colorado; Hartford, Connecticut; Orlando, Florida; Indianapolis, Indiana; Wichita, Kansas; Concord, New Hampshire; Durham and Charlotte, North Carolina; Columbus, Ohio; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Houston, Texas; Salt Lake City, Utah; Olympia and Spokane, Washington.

November 7: Nationwide General Elections

November 16: Memphis, Tennessee Mayoral General Runoff
November 18: Louisiana Statewide General/Runoff
November 23: Des Moines, Iowa Mayoral General
November 28: Mississippi Statewide General Runoff

December 5: Orlando, Florida Mayoral General Runoff

DemList will keep you informed.

Go to DemList: DemDailys for more on individual 2023 and 2024 races

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