August 2022 Primaries and Voter Resources

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Did you know there are still many states gearing up to head to the polls this month? By mid-August most states will have finished their primary election season. Below, we’re breaking down the August primary dates and giving you voter resources that may be helpful in getting out the vote!

August Primaries:

August 2nd

Arizona

Governor; U.S. Senate; U.S. House; State Legislature; State Executive Offices; Municipal Government

Kansas

Governor; U.S. Senate; U.S. House; State Legislature; State Executive Offices; Municipal Government

Michigan

Governor; State Legislature; U.S. House; State Legislature; State Executive Offices; Municipal Government

Missouri

Governor; U.S. Senate; U.S. House; State Legislature; State Executive Offices; Municipal Government

Washington State

U.S. Senate; U.S. House; State Supreme Court; Court of Appeals; State Legislature

August 4th

Tennessee

Governor; U.S. Senate; U.S. House; State Legislature; State Executive Offices; Municipal Government

August 9th

Connecticut

Governor; U.S. Senate; U.S. House; State Executive Offices; State Legislature; Municipal Government

Minnesota

Governor; U.S. House; State Legislature; Municipal Government; School Board

Vermont

Governor; U.S. Senate; State Executive Offices; Municipal Government

Wisconsin

Governor; US Senate; U.S. House; Municipal Government; State Executive Offices; State Legislature

August 13th

Hawaii

Governor; U.S. Senate; U.S. House; State Legislature; Municipal Government; Office of Hawaiian Affairs Board of Trustees

August 16th

Alaska

Governor; U.S. Senate; Alaska At-large Congressional District; State Legislature

Wyoming

Governor; State Executive Offices; State Legislature; Wyoming At-Large Congressional District

August 23rd

Florida

Governor; U.S. Senate; State Executive Offices; U.S. House; School Board; Municipal Government

New York

U.S. House; State Senate

Whether you’re excited to be voting for school board, Governor or U.S. Congress – you need to be up to speed on your state’s voting policies and what will be up on the ballot. If you’re in any of the states listed above, we’ve gathered a few helpful resources as you get ready to participate in your primary. 

  1. Vote 411: VOTE411.org is the League of Women Voters’ one-stop-shop where you can find all the information you need to cast your ballot. It’s virtual, nonpartisan, and available in both English and Spanish. 
  2. Vote.org: Vote.org is the largest 501(c)(3) nonprofit, nonpartisan voting registration and GOTV technology platform in the U.S.
  3. BallotReady: BallotReady provides personalized, nonpartisan information to voters in all 50 states. Additionally, BallotReady helps voters make a plan to vote safely through early voting and vote-by-mail.

P.S. We’ve also got a great suite of GOTV templates for your direct mail and digital ads.

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