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as of 5/1/17HouseSenateGovernors

z' Apr 4CAResult House Primary:  Two Democrats, Jimmy Gomez and Robert Ahn, advanced to a June 6 runoff to fill the seat vacated by Xavier Becerra, now California's attorney general, in the 34th Congressional District.
Apr 11KSResult Special House Election:  Ron Estes, a Republican, won the special election to fill the seat vacated by Mike Pompeo, now C.I.A. director, in the Fourth Congressional District.
Apr 18GAResult Special House Election: Jon Ossoff, a Democrat, and Karen Handel, a Republican, advanced to a June 20 runoff to replace Tom Price, now secretary of health and human services, in the Sixth Congressional District.
Apr 18SCResult: House Primary to replace Mick Mulvaney, now director of the Office of Management and Budget, in the Fifth Congressional District:  Democrat Archie Parnell wins Primary, Republicans Pope and Norman advance to run-off. Also, primaries for two state legislature seats.
May 16SCResult of Republican House Primary Runoff:  Norman wins 
May 25MTResult of Montana Special House Election:  Gianforte (R)  wins to replace Ryan Zinke, now interior secretary, in Montana's at-large House seat.  
June 6 
CAResults of Special House Election: Jimmy Gomez (D) wins, replacing  Xavier Becerra (now California's attorney general) in the 34th Congressional District 
NJResults: Primary  Governor, state legislature and mayor. Dem Gubernatorial Primary (6 candidates) voters >2X Republican (5 candidates) voters 
June 13VAPrimary  Governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general and state legislature
June 20
GAResults: House Election Runoff: Handel (R) wins over  Ossoff (D).  
SCSpecial Election Result: Ralph Norman (R) defeats Archie Parnell (D) , replacing Mick Mulvaney, now director of the Office of Management and Budget, in the Fifth Congressional District. Also, Wendy Brawly (D) and Bruce M Bryant (R) win state legislature seats.

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Aug 15ALSenate Primary  To replace Jeff Sessions, now U.S. Attorney General. A primary runoff will be held if no candidate receives a majority.
Sept 12NYPrimary  New York City mayor, city council and other municipal offices
Sept 26ALSenate Primary Runoff
Sept 26NYPrimary Runoff
Nov 7

NJGovernor, state legislature and mayor
VAGovernor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, state legislature and mayor
NYNew York City mayor, city council and municipal offices. Statewide referendum.
MEStatewide ballot measures.
OHStatewide questions
GAAtlanta mayor
Dec 12ALSpecial Senate Election to replace Jeff Sessions, now U.S. Attorney General.
TBAUTSpecial election to be called to replace Chaffetz, who has announced resignation effective June 30, 2017