Election News

Uncontested: 2024 U.S. House Races with Single Major Party Participation

One of the more popular pages on the site in 2022 was a list of 35 U.S. House races being contested by only one of the two major parties. We're bringing that back for 2024, and will be updating it after each statewide downballot primary.

Although only eight states have held that primary thus far, the group combined represents 151 districts, more than 1/3 of the total 435.

At this point, there are 23 districts on the list. In some states, changes are possible after the major party primaries. As a result, some districts initially on the list could be reclassified or removed. For the most current information, see 2024 Uncontested U.S. House Races >>.

Live Results: Georgia State House Special Election

We're following one legislative special election this week.

Georgia State House District 139

Republicans hold a 101-78 edge over Democrats in the Georgia House of Representatives. There is one vacancy, to be filled via this special election.

No Labels to Abandon Third Party Bid for 2024

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that No Labels will not field a third party ticket in 2024. A formal announcement is expected Monday. 

The decision comes after the death of one of the group's founding co-chairs, former Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman. 

While No Labels said it had secured ballot access in 19 states, it was unable to secure interest from top-tier candidates to represent it on a centrist "unity ticket". Those that have turned it down include former Republican Govs. Chris Christie (NJ) and Larry Hogan (MD), Senator Joe Manchin (WV-D), and former Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley. 

Live Results: April 2 Presidential Primaries and Other Elections

A fairly busy start to April, with a mix of contests. Four states are holding presidential primaries.  There are also runoff elections from state primaries last month, legislative special elections, and mayoral elections.


Both Donald Trump and Joe Biden have had their respective nominations locked up for several weeks. It is likely each will win the vast majority of the available delegates on Tuesday.

April 2 delegate counts include those for Delaware, where the scheduled presidential primaries were canceled.

Live Results: North Dakota Democratic Primary

North Dakota Democrats have held an extended party-run primary, conducted largely by mail. Ballots were available beginning February 20 and were due back no later than 1:00 PM Eastern Time on March 30.

Results are expected at some point this weekend, and are expected to be released all at once.

Live Results: Alabama State House Special Election

Voters in one of the few competitive legislative districts in Alabama head to the polls Tuesday. Democrats are attempting to flip the seat, although the outcome won't impact control of a chamber dominated by Republicans. 

Alabama State House District 10

Republicans hold a large 75-27 margin over Democrats in the Alabama House of Representatives. There are three vacancies. Members serve four-year terms; the next elections are in 2026.

Joe Biden Wins Missouri Democratic Primary

Missouri Democrats held a party-run Democratic primary this past Saturday. Ballots could be cast across four hours ending at noon, local time.

The party said results would be available by March 28; it was able to beat that self-imposed deadline by two days. 

As expected, President Biden won easily, adding to his large delegate advantage. 

Live Results: Louisiana Presidential Primary

Voters in Louisiana head to the polls Saturday for the state's presidential primary. Although a large number of candidates remain on each ballot, presumptive nominees Joe Biden and Donald Trump are expected to pad their insurmountable delegate leads.

Polls close at 9:00 PM Eastern Time.

Democratic Party

There are 48 pledged delegates. 16 of them will be allocated based on the statewide vote, while 32 of them are associated with the state's 6 congressional districts. The number of delegates in each district ranges from 4 to 8, based on how Democratic the district has voted in recent elections. 

In each case, delegates are allocated proportionately to candidates receiving at least 15% of the vote. Given that threshold, Biden is likely to win all of them.

Overview and Live Results: Illinois and Ohio Primaries

This Tuesday is headlined by the statewide primaries in Illinois and Ohio.  Of particular interest is the GOP U.S. Senate primary in Ohio, but there are also a few notable U.S. House contests across the two states.

Results for key races are on this page. For full results, use the links below.

Illinois Ohio

Five states are holding presidential primaries. In addition to Illinois and Ohio, voters will make their preferences known in Arizona, Florida (GOP only), and Kansas. Presumptive nominees Joe Biden and Donald Trump are expected to easily win them all. Use the links below for those results and updated delegate counts.

President - Democratic Primaries President - Republican Primaries

Also on tap are special primaries for U.S. House vacancies in California and Ohio. Finally, there are some legislative special elections

Polls Close (Eastern Time)

Your individual polling place may have different hours. Do not rely on this to determine when to vote. 

7:00 PM Florida^
7:30 PM Ohio
8:00 PM Illinois, Kansas*
10:00 PM Arizona+
11:00 PM California

*9:00 PM ET in the far western part of the state on Mountain Time.  +9:00 PM ET for Navajo Nation land. ^8:00 PM ET in Panhandle areas on Central Time.

U.S Senate

Ohio (Republican)

There are currently only five states with U.S. Senators of different parties. This is the smallest number since the direct election of Senators began in 1914. All five of the states have a seat up for election in 2024 and in all five cases it is the seat currently held by a Democrat.1 1Angus King of Maine is an independent who caucuses with the Democratic Party.

Sen. Joe Manchin is retiring in West Virginia, the reddest of these states. His seat is almost certain to flip to the GOP. The Democratic incumbent is currently seen as a slight favorite in Wisconsin, while Maine isn't expected to be competitive. 

Northern Mariana Islands Republican Caucus

The first Republican contest since Donald Trump clinched the nomination takes place on Friday (local time) in the Northern Mariana Islands.  The caucus ends at 6:00 AM Friday Eastern Time. 

This event is taking place on March 15, the earliest date that the GOP allows winner take all delegate allocations for a plurality vote. That is the methodology here, with nine delegates going to the winner. Of course, with only one candidate remaining in a race that has been decided, it is all sort of irrelevant.

The timing of results is unclear but the table below will populate when available.