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{{Slpelec2013}}{{tnr}}In the 50 states, there are [[state legislature|99 state legislative chambers]] altogether, and 3 of the 99 chambers will hold state legislative elections on [[BC2013#November|November 5, 2013]].   
  
 
The 3 chambers with elections in 2013 are in 2 states. They are:
 
The 3 chambers with elections in 2013 are in 2 states. They are:

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2013 State Legislative Elections

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In the 50 states, there are 99 state legislative chambers altogether, and 3 of the 99 chambers will hold state legislative elections on November 5, 2013.

The 3 chambers with elections in 2013 are in 2 states. They are:

Louisiana and Mississippi also typically hold elections in odd years. However, legislators are elected to 4-year terms in those states and those will not be up for election again until 2015.

40 of the country's 1,972 state senate seats are up for re-election in November 2013, and 180 of the country's 5,411 state house seats are up for re-election. Altogether, 220 of the country's 7,383 state legislative seats are up for re-election on November 5, 2013.

New Jersey

Elections will be held in all 40 of New Jersey's senate districts on November 5, 2013.

As of May 13, 2013, Democratic candidates for the state Legislature had raised $15.5 million and spent $11.4 million, while Republicans had raised $7 million and spent $6.2 million. In the 2011 election cycle, Democrats raised $11.4 million and Republicans raised $6.2 million in the same amount of time.[1]

Virginia

Virginia will not hold any state senate elections in 2013.

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