DemDaily: The 2023 Election Calendar! The Updates

July 13, 2023

In the last major election on the calendar, the June 20 Virginia primary elections, voters went to the polls to pick their party's nominees in all 40 State Senate and 100 State House seats.

It was the first time Virginia residents cast their ballots under the new redistricting map, drawn by the Virginia Supreme Court in late 2021 -- which shook up legislative districts. The results delivered wins for progressives in a number of intra-party battles, as well as the defeat of self-proclaimed "Trump in heels" GOP Senator Amanda Chase.

While July granted a reprieve from elections, August launches the sprint to November, including three gubernatorial elections in the crucial off-year elections.

In addition to the Kentucky, Louisiana and Mississippi governors races, there are legislative, mayoral, municipal, judicial, and/or local elections in nearly 40 states. That includes regular elections in eight legislative chambers in four states in 2023 -- the Louisiana State Legislature, the Mississippi Legislature, the New Jersey Legislature, and the Virginia General Assembly.

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 General

August 8: Mississippi Statewide Primary
August 8: Ohio Issue 1: Constitutional Amendment Measure

August 22: Montgomery, Alabama Mayoral General
August 29: Mississippi Statewide Primary Runoff

September 5: Rhode Island's First Congressional District Special Election Primary
September 5: Utah's Second Congressional District Special Election Primary

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

September 14: Nashville, Tennessee Mayoral Runoff

October 3: Montgomery, Alabama Mayoral General Runoff
October 3: Juneau, Alaska Mayoral General

October 5: Memphis, Tennessee Mayoral General

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

October 14: Louisiana Statewide Primary

November 7: General Elections nationwide
November 7: Mayoral General Elections in Tucson, Arizona; Aurora, Colorado; Hartford, Connecticut; Miami, Florida; Orlando, Florida; Indianapolis, Indiana; Des Moines, Iowa; Wichita, Kansas; Concord, New Hampshire; Durham and Charlotte, North Carolina; Columbus, Ohio; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Columbia, South Carolina; Houston, Texas; Olympia and Spokane, Washington.

November 7: Rhode Island's First Congressional District Special Election General

November 14: Little Rock, Arkansas Mayoral General
November 16: Memphis, Tennessee Mayoral General Runoff
November 18: Louisiana Statewide General

November 21: Utah's Second Congressional District Special Election General
November 21: Salt Lake City, Utah Mayoral General
November 21: Miami, Florida General Runoff
November 21: Columbia, South Carolina General Runoff

November 28: Mississippi Statewide General Runoff

December 5: Orlando, Florida Mayoral General Runoff

DemList will keep you informed.

Related
DemDaily: Ohio's Ballot Battles 7/11/23
DemDaily: Virginia Primary Election Results! 6/21/23
DemDaily: June Election Preview 6/2/23
DemDaily: Tuesday's Election Results! Pennsylvania & Kentucky 5/17/23
DemDaily: Liberal Prevail in Wisconsin, Chicago 4/5/23
DemDaily: Houston Mayoral Upended 3/29/23
DemDaily: Wilson Launches Louisiana Gubernatorial 3/8/23
DemDaily: The Races to Watch in 2023. The Governors 1/27/23

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