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2012 election info
Primary election dates:
June 26(Congress)
September 13 (State legislatures)
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The Tuesday Count: A recap of 2013, a glance at 2014 Nov 13, 2013

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Edited by Brittany Clingen

2013 ballot measures
One week after the November 2013 elections, all but two measures - two of the five advisory questions in Washington - are unofficially decided. The charts below detail a breakdown of all statewide election results from the November 5, 2013 elections:
2013 election stats
Total Approved (%) Defeated (%) Undecided (%)
31 24 (77.4%) 5 (16.1%) 2 (6.5%)

Initiated measures:

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3 1 2 0 3

Legislative and other referrals:

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23 17 6 22 1

Advisory questions:

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5 2 1[1]
  1. Two of the advisory questions are unresolved
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New York Government

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