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Hall Pass: Your Ticket to Understanding School Board …

Details: 1 day ago · June 29, 2022 at 3:00 PM. Welcome to Hall Pass. This newsletter keeps you plugged into the conversations driving school board politics and governance. Each week, we bring you a roundup of the latest on school board elections, along with sharp commentary and research from across the political spectrum on the issues confronting school boards in

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How COVID, race, and gender affected the April 5 school …

Details: 2 days ago · Ballotpedia identified 37 school districts in Missouri that held elections on April 5, where candidates took a stance on three conflict issues: race in education, COVID responses, or sex and gender in schools. That’s 7.1% of the 518 school districts in the state, not all of which held elections on April 5. There were 77 seats up for election

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The Checks and Balances Letter: June 2022

Details: 1 day ago · The Checks and Balances Letter delivers news and information from Ballotpedia’s Administrative State Project, including pivotal actions at the federal and state levels related to the separation of powers, due process, and the rule of law.. This edition: In this month’s edition of Checks and Balances, we review the United States Supreme Court’s (SCOTUS) recent …

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Woodland Park School District RE-2 recall, Colorado (2022)

Details: Colorado recall laws. School board recalls. Recall reports. An effort to recall three of the five members of the Woodland Park School District RE-2 school board began in June 2022. Board President David Rusterholz, board Vice President David Illingworth II, and board member Suzanne Patterson were named in the recall petitions.

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Daily Brew: July 1, 2022

Details: July marks the end of the major party candidate filing process for the 2022 election cycle, with three states—Delaware, Rhode Island, and Louisiana—set to finalize their ballots by the end of the month. Delaware’s major party filing deadline is July 12, followed by Rhode Island’s on July 15. Louisiana has two deadlines in July.

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Michael Vines recall, Isle of Wight County Public Schools, …

Details: An effort to recall Michael Vines, one of the five members of the Isle of Wight County School Board in Virginia, began in March 2022. [1] A recall petition was submitted by Windsor resident Lewis Edmonds in March and was dismissed by a circuit court judge due to the petition signatures not being attested to under penalty of perjury, as required

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Michigan Tax Credit for Student Opportunity Scholarship …

Details: The Let MI Kids Learn campaign is a voucher scheme that would provide tax credits for private school tuition.” Path to the ballot Stages of this initiative. The campaign Let MI Kids Learn filed a petition with the State Board of Canvassers on November 3, 2021. The Board approved the petition on November 29, 2021.

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Daily Brew: June 30, 2022

Details: The top two finishers, U.S. Rep. Markwayne Mullin and businessman and former state House Speaker T.W. Shannon, will advance to an August 23 runoff. Mullin had 44% of the vote to Shannon’s 18%. The winner will face Kendra Horn (D), Robert Murphy (L), and Ray Woods (I) in the November 8 general election.

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Ballotpedia’s mid-year recall report shows sustained interest in …

Details: For the second year in a row, school board members drew more recall petitions than any other group. One-third of officials who faced recall campaigns in the first half of 2022 were school board members. City council members—the officials who drew the most efforts from 2016 to 2020—accounted for 32% of officials targeted for recall in 2022.

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California Proposition 12, School District and Fifth and Sixth Class

Details: Assembly Constitutional Amendment 19. Amends Constitution, Article IV, section 31c. School districts and cities of fifth or sixth class may acquire and hold capital stock of mutual water companies and corporations for purpose of furnishing water for public municipal or school purposes, with rights, powers, privileges, obligations and liabilities of other holders,

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Weekly Brew: June 24, 2022

Details: 2 days ago · In the first half of 2022, Ballotpedia tracked 152 recall efforts against 240 officials. For the second year in a row, school board members drew more recall petitions than any other group. One-third of officials who faced recall campaigns in the first half of 2022 were school board members. City council members—the officials who drew the most

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Hall Pass: Your Ticket to Understanding School Board Politics, …

Details: Welcome to Hall Pass. This newsletter keeps you plugged into the conversations driving school board politics and governance. Each week, we bring you a roundup of the latest on school board elections, along with sharp commentary and research from across the political spectrum on the issues confronting school boards in the country’s 14,000 school districts.

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California Proposition 7, County Board of Education Amendment …

Details: State legislature. California Proposition 7 was on the ballot as a legislatively referred constitutional amendment in California on November 5, 1946. It was approved . A “yes” vote supported a llowing the election of members of the county board of education as opposed to the appointment of such members and allowing the qualifications and

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Heart of the Primaries 2022, Democrats-Issue 28 (June 30, 2022)

Details: Illinois' 3rd District: Delia Ramirez defeated three other candidates with 66% of the vote. Gilbert Villegas was second with 24%. Rep. Marie Newman (D), the old 3rd District's representative, ran for re-election in the 6th District. Illinois' 7th District: Incumbent Danny K. Davis defeated two other candidates with 52% of the vote.

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California Proposition 3, Broker Regulations Referendum (1939)

Details: Ballot summary. The ballot summary for this measure was: “. Referendum of Legislative Act. (Chapter 952, Statutes 1939.) Act amends "Personal Property Brokers Act." Regulates business of brokers and personal property brokers, requiring licensing thereof. Regulates loans of three hundred dollars or less, charges thereon, and collateral

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California Proposition 2, Alcohol Regulations and Licensing …

Details: Citizens. California Proposition 2 was on the ballot as an initiated constitutional amendment in California on November 2, 1948. It was defeated . A “yes” vote supported a llowing cities and counties to regulate the sale of alcohol and establishing regulations on alcohol licensing. A “no” vote opposed a llowing cities and counties to

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California Proposition 4, Property Tax Exemption Amendment (1944)

Details: Origin. State legislature. California Proposition 4 was on the ballot as a legislatively referred constitutional amendment in California on November 7, 1944. It was approved . A “yes” vote supported e xempting property owned for religious, hospital, or charitable non-profit purposes from taxation. A “no” vote opposed e xempting property

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California Proposition 7, Voter Eligibility Requirements …

Details: State legislature. California Proposition 7 was on the ballot as a legislatively referred constitutional amendment in California on November 2, 1948. It was approved . A “yes” vote supported c hanging the required amount of days of residency in a precinct to be eligible to vote in an election from 40 days to 54 days and preserving voting

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Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, County Jail Bond Measure (June 2022)

Details: Origin. Lawmakers. The Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, County Jail Bond Measure was on the ballot as a referral in Oklahoma County on June 28, 2022. It was approved . A "yes" vote supported issuing $260 million in bonds for a county jail. A "no" vote opposed issuing $260 million in bonds for a county jail.

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California Proposition 5, Court of Tax Appeals Amendment (1946)

Details: California Proposition 5 was on the ballot as a legislatively referred constitutional amendment in California on November 5, 1946. It was approved . A “yes” vote supported c reating the Court of Tax Appeals to review appeals from the superior court regarding the legality, imposition, or collection of taxes and assessments and allowing

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Kristin Ballinger

Details: Biography. Ballinger received her bachelor's degree in history from Whitman College in 1993 and her J.D. from Columbia University School of Law in 1998. From 1999 to 2001, she served as a Judicial Law Clerk to William L. Dwyer. She then served as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for the King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office from 2001 to 2003.

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José Vilariño

Details: Rutgers University School of Law, 2003. José Vilariño is a judge of the New Jersey Vicinage 6 Superior Court. His current term ends in 2029. He was nominated to the court on February 28, 2022 by Governor Phil Murphy and was confirmed by the Senate on May 26, 2022. [1] [2]

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Elijah Gizzarelli

Details: The primary will occur on September 13, 2022. The general election will occur on November 8, 2022. Additional general election candidates will be added here following the primary. James Aubin, Elijah Gizzarelli, Zachary Baker Hurwitz, and Paul Rianna Jr. are running in the general election for Governor of Rhode Island on November 8, 2022.

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