Who. Will. You. Vote. For?

Enter Our Civic Realm Of Election Races.

Reason For Being:  To present ALL Americans with the necessary information vital to making smart, well-informed decisions.

Before you step into a voting booth, seize the opportunity to learn more about candidates, incumbents, and all the issues important to you in each election race!

[ Quick Links ]  Presidential RaceState Election Races  Contact Your Reps  National Parties  Find Your District FAQ • Election Calendar

"A nation that is afraid to let its people judge the truth and falsehood in an open market is a nation that is afraid of its people."

 John F Kennedy

We The People

NEW YORK District 14: Scherie Murray (R) enter the race vs Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D). https://uselections.com/ny/ny.htm

FLORIDA District 13: Matt Becker (R) to enter the race vs Congressman Charlie Crist (D). https://uselections.com/fl/fl.htm

ARIZONA District 1: Tiffany Shedd (R) back for a second run vs Congressman Tom O'Halleran (D). https://uselections.com/az/az.htm

KANSAS: Bryan Pruitt (R) launches exploratory effort for open US Senate seat. https://uselections.com/ks/ks.htm

CALIFORNIA District 21: David Valadao (R) files FEC paperwork vs freshman Congressman TJ Cox (D). https://uselections.com/ca/ca.htm

ALASKA: Alyse Galvin (I/D) back for a rematch vs Congressman Don Young (R). https://uselections.com/ak/ak.htm

COLORADO: Secretary of State Jena Griswold (D) launches an exploratory committee for race vs US Senator Cory Gardner (R). https://uselections.com/co/co.htm

VERMONT: Rebecca Holcombe (D) enters the race vs Governor Phil Scott (R). https://uselections.com/vt/vt.htm

MARYLAND District 3: Carole Brown (D) to run vs Congressman John Sarbanes (D). https://uselections.com/md/md.htm

GEORGIA: Sarah Riggs Amico (D) enters the race vs US Senator David Perdue (R). https://uselections.com/ga/ga.htm

MAINE: Jon Treacy (D) to run vs US Senator Susan Collins (R). https://uselections.com/me/me.htm

NEW YORK District 15: Gustavo Rivera (D) ended his exploratory run for the open congressional seat. https://uselections.com/ny/ny.htm

WISCONSIN District 8: Amanda Stuck (D) to run vs Congressman Mike Gallagher (R). https://uselections.com/wi/wi.htm

TEXAS District 22: Derrick Reed (D) to enter the race vs Congressman Pete Olson (R). District 26: Jack Wyman (R) to enter the race vs Congressman Michael Burgess (R). https://uselections.com/tx/tx.htm

CALIFORNIA District 16: Esmeralda Soria (D) to run vs Congressman Jim Costa (D). District 50: David Edick Jr. (R) to enter the race vs Congressman Duncan Hunter (R). https://uselections.com/ca/ca.htm

FLORIDA District 23: Jennifer Perelman (D) to run vs Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D). https://uselections.com/fl/fl.htm

NEVADA District 3: Dan Schwartz (R) to run vs Congresswoman Susie Lee (D). https://uselections.com/nv/nv.htm

NEW HAMPSHIRE: Dan Feltes (D) formed an exploratory committee today for a run vs Governor Chris Sununu (R). https://uselections.com/nh/nh.htm

TENNESSEE: Congressman Mark Green (R) will not run for the open US Senate seat, will instead seek reelection. https://uselections.com/tn/tn.htm

MONTANA: John Mues (D) to enter the race vs US Senator Steve Daines (R). https://uselections.com/mt/mt.htm

INDIANA: Woody Myers (D) to enter the race vs Governor Eric Holcomb (R). District 2: Pat Hackett (D) to run again vs Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (R). District 5: Christina Hale (D) to run for open congressional seat. https://uselections.com/in/in.htm

PENNSYLVANIA District 1: Andrew Meehan (R) to run vs Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (R). https://uselections.com/pa/pa.htm

GEORGIA: Ted Terry (D) to run vs US Senator David Perdue (R). https://uselections.com/ga/ga.htm

NEW JERSEY District 2: Brian Fitzherbert (R) to run vs freshman Congressman Jeff Van Drew (D). https://uselections.com/nj/nj.htm

TEXAS District 6: Stephen Daniel (D) to enter the race vs freshman Congressman Ron Wright (R). District 7: Jim Noteware (R) to run vs freshman Congresswoman Lizzie Pannill Fletcher (D). https://uselections.com/tx/tx.htm

NEW YORK District 1: Nancy Goroff (D) to enter the race vs Congressman Lee Zeldin (R). District 25: Robin Wilt (D) to run vs freshman Congressman Joe Morelle (D). https://uselections.com/ny/ny.htm

MICHIGAN District 3: Congressman Justin Amash (I) quits the GOP. Joel Langlois (R) and Hillary Scholten (D) enter the race. https://uselections.com/mi/mi.htm

NORTH CAROLINA District 3: State Representative Greg Murphy (R) won the GOP primary runoff vs Joan Perry (R). He will face Allen Thomas (D) and two others in the September 10 special general. Eric Mansfield (D) exited the race vs US Senator Thom Tillis (R). https://uselections.com/nc/nc.htm

MINNESOTA District 5: Lacy Johnson (R) to enter the race vs freshman Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (DFL). https://uselections.com/mn/mn.htm

ILLINOIS District 9: Andrew Heldut (D) to run vs Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky (D). District 14: Sue Rezin (R) to enter the race vs freshman Congresswoman Lauren Underwood (D). https://uselections.com/il/il.htm

KANSAS: Ex-Secretary of State Kris Kobach (R) entered the race for the open US Senate seat. District 2: Abbie Hodgson (D) to run vs Congressman Steve Watkins (R). https://uselections.com/ks/ks.htm

KENTUCKY: Amy McGrath (D) will challenge US Senator Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R) next year. https://uselections.com/ky/ky.htm

CALIFORNIA District 28: Eric Early (R) entes the race vs Congressman Adam Schiff (D). https://uselections.com/ca/ca.htm

IOWA District 2: Bobby Schilling (R) enters the open seat congressional race. https://uselections.com/ia/ia.htm

COLORADO: State Senator Angela Williams (D) files FEC paperwork to run vs US Senator Cory Gardner (R). https://uselections.com/co/co.htm

MARYLAND District 4: Sheila Bryant (D) to run vs Congressman Anthony Brown (D). https://uselections.com/md/md.htm


For decades, our once beautiful inner city neighborhoods have been ignored by local politicians, allowed to collapse into disrepair, blight and hopelessness. But things are changing...

With a strong economy, awakened local governments, new investment flowing in with opportunity zones, and our blight cleanup efforts, these neighborhoods can become amazing places full of improved housing, better schools, better jobs and safe families.

It all begins with us working together to defeat blight and reduce crime. Everything else grows from that.