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It's spring time.

Spring time signals just one thing here at Ballotpedia - Primary election season is underway!

It's April, and primary elections have already come to pass in both Texas and Illinois. The remaining U.S. states will host primary elections over the next few months.

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Hi Jaime! Welcome to BP. BaileyL 10:03, 23 April 2013 (CDT)

LegisLinks template

Jaime, that 'new feature' has been in place since April 6, 2011 - over two years ago. The Career Profile parameter for Follow the Money was in place when the Template was first created on that date. Geoff, Bailey and Tyler have all been involved with that Template. At that time, At that time, Geoff was in charge of both Congress and State and redirected the CongLinks and GovLinks versions into LegisLinks for consistency, although they have since split for formatting reasons. Everything was discussed and approved, but apparently the updates to the Writing Guidelines slipped through the cracks. I later updated them when I came across them in November 2012. Tyler reverted them, and then shortly re-reverted them. Nothing since, other than a minor change Bailey made yesterday. Now eight months later this is suddenly a 'new feature' no one ever heard about? No. I suggest you talk to those involved rather than blaming me for things that simply didn't happen as you claim. I think the heat's getting to all of you. TomJx 10:45, 17 July 2013 (CDT)

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Thanks Jaime!
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