November 17, 2022- Down the Ballot, What You May Not Know
You know the major election results, now let us fill you in on what you may not have seen on election day.
Join Ballotpedia’s Editor in Chief, Geoff Pallay, and Managing Editor for Marquee Elections, Cory Eucalitto for a breakdown of the key results and trends from 2022's November elections. The team examines results from state-level elections to local ballot measures across the country.
November 10, 2022- What Happened on the Ballot (post election review)
Join Ballotpedia's Editor in Chief, Geoff Pallay, and Managing Editor for Ballot Measures, Ryan Byrne, for a recap of the November 8 election results!
Following whats sure to be an exciting midterm election, they'll be analyzing ballot measure results compared to prior elections as well as discussing what happened with key measure trends including measures related to abortion, marijuana, and election policy.
We'll also take a look at some local ballot measure results, including those related to electoral systems, such as ranked-choice voting.
October 20, 2022- Top 15 Ballot Measures to Watch
Following our Top 15 Elections to Watch webinar, Ballotpedia is keeping a close eye on ballot measures across the country as we head towards November 8th. Managing Editor for the Ballot Measures Team, Ryan Byrne, and staff writer, Victoria Rose, are digging into ballot measure trends we've identified this year across a myriad of topics including abortion, marijuana, voting policy, and more.
September 28, 2022- Top 15 Elections to Watch
Ballotpedia is covering dozens of elections across the country as we head towards November 8th. But which ones have captured our attention the most?
Join Marquee Team Lead David Luchs and Marquee staff writer Dave Beaudoin as they discuss Ballotpedia's picks of the "Top 15 Elections to Watch" in 2022. With less than six weeks until Election Day, they'll get you up to speed on the Senate, gubernatorial, U.S. House, judicial, and local races that they're paying special attention to.
July 26, 2022- An update on the Supreme Court of the United States
Join Ballotpedia's Kate Carmella and Brittany Maag as they dive into SCOTUS's 2021-2022 term and highlight a few noteworthy cases. In the webinar, they will examine statistics from the 2021 term, compare those to previous terms, and look ahead to what we know so far about the court's upcoming 2022-2023 term. Attendees should come away with a good understanding of the 2021 term highlights and what to expect (so far) in the 2022 term.
July 14, 2022- Mid-Year Recall Report
Please join staff writers Samuel Wonacott and Caitlin Vanden Boom as they dive into Ballotpedia's 2022 mid-year recall report.
Along the way, they will discuss:
-Where recalls are happening and what officials are being impacted -Results from 2022's recall elections, including the San Francisco Unified School District and district attorney recall elections -School board recall elections/Hall Pass -And more!
June 29: Briefing—Election Legislation Tracker
Join Ballotpedia's Editor in Chief, Geoff Pallay, and Marquee Staff Writer, Jerrick Adams as they debut our new Election Legislation Tracker!
All the information you need is free and just a click away. Whether you have five minutes for research or want to dig deeper in to election legislation, Ballotpedia’s Election Legislation Tracker is unparalleled offering comprehensive, up-to-date information about legislation in all 50 states. There’s nothing else like it.
Watch the video to see it in action!
April 28: Briefing—Trifecta Vulnerability
Join Ballotpedia staff members Amee LaTour and Dave Beaudoin as they break down Ballotpedia's annual trifecta vulnerability ratings. During this briefing, we'll discuss our analysis of the likelihood of each existing state government trifecta breaking, and of new state government trifectas forming, as a result of the 2022 elections.
March 29: Briefing—School Board Elections 2022
Join Ballotpedia staff writers Sam Wonacott and Doug Kronaizl to learn about what we are watching in school board elections this year. We will take a look at broad trends and big-ticket races, as well as more detailed looks at the spike in recall efforts and our coverage of conflicts in school board elections across the country.
February 24: Briefing—Heart of the Primaries
The first primaries of the 2022 election cycle will take place in Texas on March 1. What do this year's primaries mean for the direction of the major parties and the country?
Join Marquee Team lead David Luchs and staff writer Amée LaTour to learn about emerging themes and The Heart of the Primaries newsletter, where we're tracking news and conflicts in each major party's primaries.
January 20: Briefing—Redistricting
Now that over half of states have approved new district boundaries based on the results of the 2020 census, our Redistricting briefing will explore the current landscape and discuss what will happen as we begin 2022.
Marquee team writers Amee LaTour and Dave Beaudoin will break down which states have enacted new congressional and legislative maps, what is likely to happen next, and what it could potentially mean for this year’s elections.
Seeking to expand your knowledge about politics and government? Ballotpedia Insights is a Q&A series with political and legal scholars, researchers, reporters, and subject matter experts. Each installment, we host a new speaker and ask them tailored questions designed to gain in-depth insight into their work. Occasionally, we will select a book for everyone to read and hold a session with the author or authors afterward.
These sessions will also be attended by Ballotpedia staff, who may come with some questions of their own.
In the past we've held sessions with:
- Salena Zito and Brad Todd, authors of The Great Revolt
- Chad Peace, expert in election law and voter rights
- Edgar Bachrach and Austin Berg, authors of The New Chicago Way
These sessions are a great opportunity to learn from some leading professionals involved in politics. Even better, they're free to register and attend. Sign up using the form on this page to receive updates about upcoming sessions. Events will also be announced on Twitter and Facebook.
Scroll through our archive to view events from 2021. Older events can be found on our YouTube channel.