Saturday, August 18, 2018

Greetings from Trump's America: Humboldt County, Iowa, where Obama eked out a win in 2008 and Trump romped in 2016


Population peaked in 1940

Source:  Wikipedia



Source: Wikipedia 
3rd party votes:  21.4% in 1992, 11.7% in 1996

Other Trump's America posts:
Alabama
Autauga County.  (6/29/2017)
Bibb County.  (11/10/2017)
Covington County. (11/11/2017)
Dale County.  (12/12/2017)
Geneva County.  (11/11/2017)
Marion County.  (11/11/2017)

Arizona
8th congressional district.  (4/25/2018)

Arkansas
Faulkner County.  (3/20/2018)
Mississippi County.  (3/19/2018)
Woodruff County.  (3/26/2018)

California
Mesa County.  (7/20/2017)
Shasta County.  (7/4/2017

Colorado
Morgan County.  (4/25/2017)

Florida
Citrus County.  (3/5/2017)
DeSoto County,.  (9/9/2017)

Idaho
Kootenai County.  (9/25/2017)

Illinois
Effingham County.  (2/15/2018)
Franklin County.  (2/27/2017)
Jo Daviess County.  (5/13/2018)
Knox County.  (5/13/2018)
McHenry County.  (2/5/2017)
Perry County.  (5/8/2017)
Stephenson County.  (5/13/2018)
Whiteside County.  (5/13/2018)
16th Congressional District.  (3/26/2017)

Indiana
Granger.  (3/26/2017)
Hendricks County.  (10/1/2017)
Huntington County.  (4/27/2017)
Jefferson County.  (3/10/2018)
Posey County.  (10/21/2017)
Scott County,.  (10/21/2017)

Iowa
Allamakee County.  (7/31/2018)
Appanoose County.  (8/4/2018)
Benton County.  (8/2/2018)
Boone County.  (1/15/2017)
Bremer County.  (8/2/2018)
Buchanan County.  (8/2/2018)
Butler County. (8/6/2018)
Cass County.  (4/3/2018)
Cedar County.  (7/31/2018)
Cerro Gordo County.  (8/6/2018)
Chickasaw County.  (8/2/2018)
Clarke County.  (8/8/2018)
Clayton County.  (7/31/2018)
Clinton County.   (10/15/2017)
Davis County.  (8/3/2018)
Decatur County.  ( 7/5/2018)
Delaware County.  (7/31/2018)
Des Moines County.  (8/1/2018)
Fayette County.  (8/2/2018)
Floyd County.  (8/6/2018)
Franklin County, (8/14/2017)
Hamilton County.  (4/2/2018)
Hancock County. (8/7/2018)
Hardin County.  (4/2/2018)
Henry County.  (7/9/2018)
Howard County.  (8/2/2018)
Iowa County.  (8/2/2018)
Jasper County.  (8/5/2018)
Jefferson County.  (8/1/2018)
Keokuk County.  (8/2/2018)
Lee County.  (8/1/2018)
Louisa County.  (8/1/2018)
Lucas County.  (8/5/2018)
Lyon County.  (4/2/2018)
Madison County.  (8/8/2018)
Marion County.  (5/23/2017)
Mitchell County.  (8/7/2018)
Monticello County.  (1/13/2017)
Muscatine County.  (8/1/2018)
Poweshiek and Webster counties.  (2/7/2017)
Ringgold County.  (8/8/2018)
Sioux County.  (2/22/2018)
Tama County.  (7/6/2018)
Union County.  (9/10/2017)
Wapello County.  (8/3/2018)
Washington County.  (4/2/2018)
Wayne County.  (8/5/2018)
Webster County.  (8/9/2018)
Winnebago County. (12/17/2017)
Winneshiek County.  (8/2/2018)
Worth County. (8/7/2018)
Wright County.  (8/8/2017)

Kansas
Clark County.  (3/21/2017)
Mitchell County.  (1/29/2017)
Sumner County.  (10/1/2017)

Kentucky
Bell County.  (6/4/2018)
Hancock County,.  (10/21/2017)
Jackson County.  (12/9/2017)
Knox and Whitley counties.  (2/17/2017)
Lee County.  (12/9/2017)
Letcher County.  (6/29/2017)
Martin County.  (3/22/2018)
Perry County.  (10/10/2017)
Rowan County.  (6/4/2018)

Louisiana
Calcasieu Parish,.  (5/22/2017)
St. Martin Parish.  (4/26/2017)

Maine
Piscataquis County.  (7/3/2017)

Michigan
Macomb County.  (11/29/2017)
St. Joseph County.  (6/5/2017)

Minnesota
Chisago County.  (6/20/2018)
Itasca County.  (5/12/2018)
Lac qui Parle County.  (7/2/2017)
Mower County.  (5/12/2018)
Nobles County.  (1/26/2018)

Mississippi
Pontotoc County.  (7/19/2017)

Missouri
Butler County.  (7/22/2018)

New Jersey
7th Congressional District.  (4/14/2017)

New York
UPDATE:  Essex County.  (11/29/2017)
Putnam County.  (2/27/2018)
19th Congressional District.  (3/26/2017)

North Carolina
Robeson County.  (12/1/2017)
Union County.  (3/9/2017)

North Dakota
Sargent County.  (10/22/2017)

Ohio
Adams County.  (12/9/2017)
Belmont County.  (7/17/2018)
Columbiana County,  (12/11/2017)
Defiance County.  (3/21/2017)
Highland County.   (3/19/2017)
Huron County.  (6/19/2017)
Jackson County.  (6/6/2017)
Lawrence County.  (2/25/2018)
Marion County.  (7/14/2018)
Morgan County.  (10/10/2017)
Shelby County.  (3/2/2018)
Trumbull County.  (4/3/2017)
Van Wert County.  (4/12/2017)
Wayne County.  (5/6/2018)
Williams County.  (3/21/2017)
Wyandot County.  (5/4/2018)

Oklahoma
Bryan County.  (5/5/2017)
Nowata County.  (5/5/2018)

Oregon
Douglas County.  (5/17/2017)

Pennsylvania
Dauphin County. (4/22/2017)
Erie County.  (9/2/2017)
Fayette County.  (7/25/2018)
Greene County.  (5/3/2017)
UPDATE. Luzerne County.  (1/14/2017)
Northampton County.  (7/20/2017)
Wayne County.  (3/1/2018)
Williamsport.  (1/24/2017)

South Carolina
Spartanburg County.  (6/5/2017)

South Dakota
Lawrence County,.  (4/27/2017)

Tennessee
Campbell County.  (12/10/2017)
Marion County.  (4/1/2017)
Maury County.  (10/31/2017)
Roane County.  (5/1/2018)
Union County.  (5/30/2017)

Texas
Gaines County.  (4/26/2017)
Shackelford County.  (2/26/2018)

Washington
Grays Harbor County.  (8/20/2017)

West Virginia
Berkeley County.  (3/25/2018)
Boone County.  (3/23/2018)
Cabell County.  (8/4/2017)
Fayette County.  (1/24/2017)
Jackson County.  (6/18/2017)
Marshall County.  (2/7/2018)
Mason County.  (12/16/2017)
McDowell County.  (7/10/2017)
Mingo County.  (3/25/2018)
Summers County.  (3/25/2018)
Wayne County.  (3/24/2018)

Wisconsin
6th congressional district.  (1/27/2018)
Adams County.  (2/6/2017)
Buffalo County.  (3/19/2017)
Burnett County.  (2/24/2018)
Clark County,.  (8/13/2018)
Crawford County.  (5/14/2018)
Fond du Lac County.  (3/7/2018)
Grant County.  (5/16/2018)
Green Lake County.  (1/26/2018)
Jackson County.  (3/8/2018)
Johnson Creek.  (1/21/2017)
Juneau County.  (2/23/2017)
Lafayette County.  (5/16/2018)
Manitowoc County.  (8/10/2017)
Monroe County.  (3/8/2018)
Oconto County.  (7/24/2018)
Oneida County.  (4/24/2017)
Pepin County.  (12/21/2017)
Price County.  (10/21/2017)
Richland County.  (11/10/2017)
Sauk County.  (5/14/2018)
Sawyer County.  (3/20/2017)
Taylor County.  (3/19/2017)
Vernon County.  (5/14/2018)
Waushara County.  (2/6/2017)
Winnebago County.  (11/27/2017)
Wood County.  (3/8/2018)

KTHP on the radio: Four-sevenths of ketchup in Hemphill Texas


KTHP -- Classic Country

Photo by Retiring Guy


Source:  Wikipedia

Aretha Franklin's two-sided hit single among the newcomers on Billboard Hot 100 for the week ending August 17, 1968



Related reading:
Music And Lyrics: Burt Bacharach And Hal David.  (NPR, 5/5/2010)
GROSS: So, I thought we could close with another song. And this is a song that you wrote - that you didn't write for "Promises, Promises," but it's been interpolated into the new production. And the song is "I Say a Little Prayer." And I thought we'd use Aretha Franklin's 1968 recording of it.  
Mr. DAVID: A great record. 
GROSS: Yeah. Were you amazed to hear her record this?  
Mr. BACHARACH: It's a better record than the record we made.  
Mr. DAVID: Mm-hmm. We did, yeah. And we did a great record, but she topped it.  
Mr. BACHARACH: Yeah.  
GROSS: Why is this one better?  
Mr. DAVID: You'll hear it.  
(Soundbite of laughter)  
Mr. BACHARACH: It's more natural.  
Mr. DAVID: Yeah.  
Mr. BACHARACH: It's just more natural. We were talking about our changes and time changes on the chorus of forever and forever, you stay in my heart, and I will - you know, that's going 4-4, 3-4, 4-4, 3-4. Then regard the way it was treated by Aretha, because Aretha just makes it seamless, the transition going from one change to another change. You never notice it.

How much do you make? CEOs of America's 350 biggest companies leave the rest of us in the dust



CEO compensation surged in 2017.  (Economic Policy Institute, 8/16/2018)
Why it matters: Regardless of how it is measured, CEO pay continues to be very, very high and has grown far faster in recent decades than typical worker pay. Higher CEO pay does not reflect correspondingly higher output or better firm performance. Exorbitant CEO pay therefore means that the fruits of economic growth are not going to ordinary workers. The growth of CEO and executive compensation overall was a major factor driving the doubling of the income shares of the top 1 percent and top 0.1 percent of U.S. households from 1979 to 2007. Since then, income growth has remained unbalanced. Profits and stock market prices have reached record highs while the wages of most workers have continued to stagnate.
Economic costs for employee compensation -- March 2018.  (Bureau of Labor Statistics U.S. Department of Labor, 6/8/2018)
Employer costs for employee compensation averaged $36.32 per hour worked in March 2018, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. Wages and salaries averaged $24.77 per hour worked and accounted for 68.2 percent of these costs, while benefits averaged $11.55 and accounted for the remaining 31.8 percent.

Divide and conquer:  The war on public employees

Total employer compensation costs for private industry workers averaged $34.17 per hour worked. Total employer compensation costs for state and local government workers averaged $49.40 per hour worked.

Climate change as a matter of fact: Red-hot summer of record heat in Europe




Red hot planet: This summer’s punishing and historic heat in 7 maps and charts.  (Washington Post, 8/17/2018)




Previous climate change as a matter of fact posts:
Africa
Cape Town, South Africa.  (1/31/2018)
Kenya.  (7/23/2017)

Asia
Record heat in Japan raises concerns over 2020 Olympics.  (7/23/2018)
Wet bulb temperatures in India.  (7/21/2018)
Lebanon's cedar trees.  (7/19/2018)
Rising seas + draining underground aquifers = Jakarta disaster.  (12/22/2017)

Australia and the Pacific
Dying coral of the Great Barrier Reef.  (4/22/2018)
Easter Island.  (3/18/2018)
Green sea turtles of the Great Barrier Reef.  (1/11/2018)
Kiribati.  (7/6/2016)

Europe
Portugal.  (6/19/2017)
The Netherlands.  (6/19/2017)
Norway, Finland, and Sweden.  (7/19/2018)

North America
Iowa front-page news.  (8/12/2018)
Miami, again.  (6/14/2018)
May 2018 record heat in U.S. (6/9/2018)
Miami.  (5/4/2018)
Melting outdoor ice rinks in Canada.  (3/21/2018)
Gulf of Maine.  (3/8/2018)
Jean Lafitte, Louisiana.  (2/26/2018)
Lodi, Wisconsin.  (2/3/2018)
Maine shrimp season.  (12/27/2017)
California fires.  (12/8/2017)
Wisconsin.  (11/16/2017)
Hampton Roads, Virginia.  (11/4/2017)
Georgia peach orchards.  (9/18/2017)
Northeast U.S. pine forests.  (8/29/2017)
Tangier Island, Virginia.  (8/25/2017)
South of the Arctic Circle in Alaska. (8/25/2017)
New Orleans.  (8/12/2017)
Mexico City.  (2/19/2017)
Kansas.  (1/29/2017)
Moose of Maine.  (1/21/2017)
Florida Keys.  (1/14/2017)
California wine country.  (1/11/2017)
Kaktovik, Alaska.  (12/20/2016)
Alaska's Glacier Bay National Park.  (7/7/2016)

Polar regions
Disappearing old ice in Arctic.  (6/4/2018)
North Pole.  (2/28/2018)
Beavers migrate to Arctic.  (12/24 /2017)
Shrinking sea ice in the Arctic Ocean.  (12/14/2017)
Emaciated polar bear.  (12/9/2017)

South America
Peru.  (11/26/2017)
Brazil.  (6/8/2017)
Bolivia.  (7/11/2016)
Peru,  (5/21/2016)

U.S. Military
Military prepares for reality of climate change, rising seas.  (8/11/2018)
U.S. military bases around the world.  (1/8/2018)
U.S. Department of Defense.  (12/16/2017)
U.S. military bases.  (9/22/2017)

Worldwide
Not just a wake-up call anymore.  (8/10/2018)

Friday, August 17, 2018

Peeing in public in Paris


Picture this...

...in the frame.


Nope, Those Aren't Mailboxes: Paris Rolls Out Sidewalk Urinals.  (NPR, 8/14/2018)
In Paris, authorities are taking an unusual approach to combat the scourge of public urination: Make urination even more public. The city is experimenting with completely exposed, eco-friendly urinals. 
The devices are called "Uritrottoir," which combines the words for urinal and pavement. They're not at all subtle. 
They're bright red and in heavily trafficked areas — for example, directly next to the Seine near the Notre Dame Cathedral.

In Trump's America, it's OK to disparage blacks, Mexicans, and foreigners



Reported in An Iowa worker fired for disparaging Mexicans says she should get unemployment, arguing such talk is routine after Trump's election.  (Des Moines Register, 8/16/2018)

Related reading:
The rise of Islamophobia and anti-Semitism in Trump’s America.  (SBS News, 1/2/2018)
The Council on American–Islamic Relations (CAIR) said there was a nine per cent increase in anti-Muslim incidents and a 20 per cent increase in anti-Muslim hate crimes last year. The Jewish Anti-Defamation League said its data points to a potential 37 per cent increase in anti-Semitic incidents in 2017. They include discrimination, harassment, assault and bomb threats. “I personally link it directly to Donald Trump and his empowerment of bigotry and white supremacy,” claimed CAIR’s National Communication’s Director Ibrahim Hooper.
The Year in Hate: Trump buoyed white supremacists in 2017, sparking backlash among black nationalist groups.  (Southern Poverty Law Center, 2/21/2018)
Aside from hate groups, the SPLC identified 689 active antigovernment groups that comprised the “Patriot” movement in 2017, up from 623. Of these, 273 were armed militias. 
Historically, these groups rise during Democratic presidencies out of fear of gun control measures and federal law enforcement action against them. They typically decline under GOP presidencies. This has not been the case under Trump, whose radical views and bigotry may be energizing them in the same way he has invigorated hate groups.

"Bombs bursting in air": The skyrocketing estimated cost of a military Trumpfest



Pentagon says Trump's military parade postponed until 2019 amid reports costs jumped 666%.  (USA Today, 8/17/2018)
In other words, the groups says, 'Let's get our priorities in order here!"  The American Legion said in a statement Thursday that the organization appreciates Trump's desire to "show in a dramatic fashion our nation's support for our troops." But the veterans group believes that with troops still deployed overseas in the fight against terrorism, "the parade money would be better spent fully funding the Department of Veterans Affairs and giving our troops and their families the best care possible." 
Trump has expressed a desire for such a parade for years and was greatly impressed by the Bastille Day march he witnessed on a presidential trip to Paris in 2017.

Maybe we should double-check on those initial border wall cost estimates.


According to the article -- $25,000,000,000

Do I hear $191,667,000,000?

Why Scott Walker is going to lose in November: He never listens, he always shills


And voters are tiring of his act.


In an advisory referendum, West Allis voters loudly demand legislators close the so-called dark store loophole.  (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 8/16/2018)
"It was pretty convincing," Mayor Dan Devine said of the wide margin. "I hope this strong message sent by voters resonates with the legislature and the governor."

More than 50 municipalities and counties have passed referenda on closing the dark store loophole.

Have you heard Scott Walker speak out on the issue recently?  Not likely, as our governor takes his business marching order from WMC.

Related link:
Dark store information.  (City of West Allis)

Thursday, August 16, 2018

WOW! The Leahs win 15 of 72 Wisconsin counties



GOP primary voters in west-central Wisconsin appear to have been especially taken in by this central casting version of a candidate.  The highlighted counties are where Nicholson gathered at least 55% of the vote.


Democratic primary UPDATE. Wisconsin 2018 elections: Who's running in the 77th Assembly District?



The headline says it all.

Shelia Stubbs wins Democratic primary for 77th Assembly District, faces no Republican or independent challengers for November.  (Wisconsin Journal Sentinel, 81/4/2018)
Shelia Stubbs, a Dane County Board supervisor, will be the first African-American elected to the state Legislature from Dane County following her primary win Tuesday for Assembly District 77. 
The winner of the Democratic primary secured the seat — representing Madison’s South, Southwest and West sides as well as the UW-Madison campus and Shorewood Hills — since no Republican or independent challenger is running for the office.

Original 7/18/2018 post starts here.

Open seat.  Terese Berceau (D-Madison) not running for re-election.

Sources include  Wisconsin Elections Commission
Berceau's margin of victory in last 2 general elections:
  • unopposed in the 2014 general election; no primary challenger.
  • unopposed in the 2016 general election; no primary challenger

Source:  Ballotpedia
(which does the best job of outlining
The Art of the Wisconsin Gerrymander)

Related links:
Sheila Stubbs for Assembly
Mark Garthwaite for State Assembly
John Imes for Assembly (Facebook)
Shabham for Wisconsin 

Related articles:
Rep. Berceau not seeking re-election.  (Wisconsin State Journal, 2/3/2018)
Dane County Supervisor Sheila Stubbs to run for Terese Berceau's Assembly seat.  (Capital Times, 2/3/2018)
As she leaves the Legislature, Terese Berceau tells tales from the front.  (Capital Times, 3/2/2018)
Candidates lining up for open Assembly seat on Madison's west side.  (Wisconsin State Journal, 5/12/2018)
Madison Assembly race turns competitive.  (Isthmus, 6/28?2018)

Related posts:
17 Democratic and 4 Republican incumbents running unopposed in state legislature races.  (6/5/2018)
5th Senate District.  (6/5/2018)
7th Senate District.  (6/5/2018)
9th Senate District.  (6/6/2018)
13th Senate District. (6/6/2018)
17th Senate District.  (6/7/2018)
19th Senate District.  (8/15/2018, primary update)
21st Senate District.  (6/8/2018)
23rd Senate District.  (6/8/2018)
25th Senate District.  (6/9/2018)
27th Senate District.  (6/9/2018)
29th Senate District.  (6/10/2018)
31st Senate District.  (8/15/2018, primary update)

1st Assembly District.  (6/11/2018)
2nd Assembly District.  (8/15/2018, primary update)
3rd Assembly District.  (6/11/2018)
4th Assembly District.  (6/12/2018)
5th Assembly District.  (6/12/2018)
6th Assembly District.  (8/15/2018, primary update)
7th Assembly District.  (6/14/2018)
8th Assembly District.  (6/15/2018)
9th Assembly District.  (8/15/2018, primary update)
12th Assembly District.  (6/16/2018, primary update)
13th Assembly District.  (6/16/2018)
14th Assembly District.  (8/15/2018, primary update)
15th Assembly District.  (6/17/2018)
16th Assembly District.  (8/15/2018, primary update)
18th Assembly District.  (8/15/2018, primary update)
21st Assembly District.  (6/19/2018)
22nd Assembly District.  (6/19/2018)
23rd Assembly District.  (8/16/2018, primary update)
24th Assembly District.  (6/20/2018)
25th Assembly District.  (6/21/2018)
26th Assembly District.  (6/21/2018)
27th Assembly District.  (6/22/2018)
28th Assembly District.  (6/22/2018)
29th Assembly District.  (6/23/2018)
30th Assembly District.  (6/23/2018)
31st Assembly District.  (6/24/2018)
32nd Assembly District.  (6/24/2018)
33rd Assembly District.  (6/25/2018)
34th Assembly District.  (6/25/2018)
35th Assembly District.  (6/26/2018)
36th Assembly District.  (6/26/2018)
37th Assembly District.  (6/27/2018)
38th Assembly District.  (6/27/2018)
39th Assembly District.  (6/28/2018)
40th Assembly District.  (6/28/2018)
41st Assembly District.  (6/29/2018)
42nd Assembly District.  (6/29/2018)
43rd Assembly District.  (6/30/2018)
45th Assembly District.  (6/30/2018)
49th Assembly District.  (7/5/2018)
50th Assembly District.  (7/5/2018)
51st Assembly District.  (7/9/2018)
52nd Assembly District.  (7/9/2018)
53rd Assembly District.  (7/10/2018)
55th Assembly District.  (7/10/2018)
56th Assembly District.  (8/16/2018, primary update)
58th Assembly District.  (7/11/2018)
59th Assembly District.  (8/16/2018, primary update)
60th Assembly District.  (7/12/2018)
61st Assembly District.  (7/13/2018)
62nd Assembly District.  (8/16/2018, primary update)
63rd Assembly District.  (7/14/2018)
64th Assembly District.  (7/14/2018)
67th Assembly District.  (7/15/2018)
68th Assembly District.  (7/15/2018)
69th Assembly District.  (7/16/2018)
70th Assembly District.  (7/16/2018)
72nd Assembly District.  (7/17/2018)
74th Assembly District.  (7/17/2018)
75th Assembly District.  (7/18/2018)
77th Assembly District.  (7/18/2018)
82nd Assembly District.  (7/19/2018)
83rd Assembly District.  (7/19/2018)
84th Assembly District.  (7/20/2018)
85th Assembly District.  (7/20/2018)
86th Assembly District.  (7/21/2018)
87th Assembly District.  (7/21/2018)
88th Assembly District.  (7/22/2018)
89th Assembly District.  (7/22/2018)
91st Assembly District.  (7/23/2018)
92nd Assembly District.  (7/23/2018)
93rd Assembly District.  (7/23/2018)
94th Assembly District.  (7/24/2018)
96th Assembly District.  (7/25/2018)

GOP primary UPDATE. Wisconsin 2018 elections: Who's running in the 59th Assembly District?



Wisconsin Primary: Ramthun wins 59th State Assembly District Republican race.  (Fond du Lac Reporter, 8/14/2018)

Thanks to gerrymandering.  The 59th Assembly District reaches into four counties: the southern part of Calumet County; the eastern part of Fond du Lac County; the northern part of Washington County; and the eastern part of Sheboygan County. 
With no Democrat challenger, Ramthun will be uncontested on the Nov. 6 ballot. A native of Kewaskum, Ramthun has served as an executive business management consultant since 2010. 
In his role, he addresses customer satisfaction, profitability, enhancing quality and operational service requirements in various private sector businesses.

Original 7/12/2018 post starts here.

Open seat.  Jesse Kremer not running for re-election

Sources include  Wisconsin Elections Commission

Kremer's margin of victory in last 2 general elections:
  • unopposed in the 2014 general election; won 4-way GOP with 38.6% of vote
  • unopposed in the 2016 general election; no primary challenger

Source:  Ballotpedia
(which does the best job of outlining
The Art of the Wisconsin Gerrymander)

Related links:
Rachel Mixon for Assembly
Timothy Ramthum for Assembly
Ty Bodden for Wisconsin (Facebook)

Related articles:
Outspoken state Wisconsin representative Jesse Kremer not running for re-election.  (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 1/23/2018)
Bodden, Depperman, Mixon and Ramthun candidates for 59th State Assembly District.  (Fond du Lac Reporter, 4/23/2018)

Related posts:
17 Democratic and 4 Republican incumbents running unopposed in state legislature races.  (6/5/2018)
5th Senate District.  (6/5/2018)
7th Senate District.  (6/5/2018)
9th Senate District.  (6/6/2018)
13th Senate District. (6/6/2018)
17th Senate District.  (6/7/2018)
19th Senate District.  (8/15/2018, primary update)
21st Senate District.  (6/8/2018)
23rd Senate District.  (6/8/2018)
25th Senate District.  (6/9/2018)
27th Senate District.  (6/9/2018)
29th Senate District.  (6/10/2018)
31st Senate District.  (8/15/2018, primary update)

1st Assembly District.  (6/11/2018)
2nd Assembly District.  (8/15/2018, primary update)
3rd Assembly District.  (6/11/2018)
4th Assembly District.  (6/12/2018)
5th Assembly District.  (6/12/2018)
6th Assembly District.  (8/15/2018, primary update)
7th Assembly District.  (6/14/2018)
8th Assembly District.  (6/15/2018)
9th Assembly District.  (8/15/2018, primary update)
12th Assembly District.  (6/16/2018, primary update)
13th Assembly District.  (6/16/2018)
14th Assembly District.  (8/15/2018, primary update)
15th Assembly District.  (6/17/2018)
16th Assembly District.  (8/15/2018, primary update)
18th Assembly District.  (8/15/2018, primary update)
21st Assembly District.  (6/19/2018)
22nd Assembly District.  (6/19/2018)
23rd Assembly District.  (8/16/2018, primary update)
24th Assembly District.  (6/20/2018)
25th Assembly District.  (6/21/2018)
26th Assembly District.  (6/21/2018)
27th Assembly District.  (6/22/2018)
28th Assembly District.  (6/22/2018)
29th Assembly District.  (6/23/2018)
30th Assembly District.  (6/23/2018)
31st Assembly District.  (6/24/2018)
32nd Assembly District.  (6/24/2018)
33rd Assembly District.  (6/25/2018)
34th Assembly District.  (6/25/2018)
35th Assembly District.  (6/26/2018)
36th Assembly District.  (6/26/2018)
37th Assembly District.  (6/27/2018)
38th Assembly District.  (6/27/2018)
39th Assembly District.  (6/28/2018)
40th Assembly District.  (6/28/2018)
41st Assembly District.  (6/29/2018)
42nd Assembly District.  (6/29/2018)
43rd Assembly District.  (6/30/2018)
45th Assembly District.  (6/30/2018)
49th Assembly District.  (7/5/2018)
50th Assembly District.  (7/5/2018)
51st Assembly District.  (7/9/2018)
52nd Assembly District.  (7/9/2018)
53rd Assembly District.  (7/10/2018)
55th Assembly District.  (7/10/2018)
56th Assembly District.  (8/16/2018, primary update)
58th Assembly District.  (7/11/2018)
59th Assembly District.  (7/12/2018)
60th Assembly District.  (7/12/2018)
61st Assembly District.  (7/13/2018)
62nd Assembly District.  (7/13/2018)
63rd Assembly District.  (7/14/2018)
64th Assembly District.  (7/14/2018)
67th Assembly District.  (7/15/2018)
68th Assembly District.  (7/15/2018)
69th Assembly District.  (7/16/2018)
70th Assembly District.  (7/16/2018)
72nd Assembly District.  (7/17/2018)
74th Assembly District.  (7/17/2018)
75th Assembly District.  (7/18/2018)
77th Assembly District.  (7/18/2018)
82nd Assembly District.  (7/19/2018)
83rd Assembly District.  (7/19/2018)
84th Assembly District.  (7/20/2018)
85th Assembly District.  (7/20/2018)
86th Assembly District.  (7/21/2018)
87th Assembly District.  (7/21/2018)
88th Assembly District.  (7/22/2018)
89th Assembly District.  (7/22/2018)
91st Assembly District.  (7/23/2018)
92nd Assembly District.  (7/23/2018)
93rd Assembly District.  (7/23/2018)
94th Assembly District.  (7/24/2018)
96th Assembly District.  (7/25/2018)