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- There were 31 ballot measures on six state ballots for 2013: Colorado, Maine, New Jersey, New York, Texas and Washington.
- Ballotpedia tracked 111 local ballot measures in six states for 2013: Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Ohio and Washington.
- The top 5 most important measures for 2013 were:
- With U.S. Congress elections only being held on even years, only special elections to fill vacant seats were held in 2013.
- Five general special elections occurred. None of the seats saw a partisan switch.
- Races to watch:
- On November 5, Alabama's 1st Congressional District, which leaned heavily Republican, held a runoff primary election. The primary was more competitive than the general election, with Bradley Byrne easily winning the general election.
- In addition to Alabama's 1st general election on December 17, there were two more special elections to finish off 2013:
- 2 states held state executive official elections on November 5, 2013.
- A total of 5 state executive seats were up for election in New Jersey and Virginia.
- A grand total of three states had scheduled elections in 2013: New Jersey, Virginia and Wisconsin.
- In total, 220 (3%) of the country's 7,383 state legislative seats were up for re-election.
- As of August 2013, 84 special elections (not including runoffs) have been scheduled in 23 states.