What to track in the 2018 election: a detailed Election Night cheat sheet

409 things I tracked on November’s ballot: Congress & Governors—and also referenda, Supreme Courts, legislative control, DAs & sheriffs, and more! Prepared by Daniel Nichanian (@Taniel). Notes here are my own and don’t represent an organization.

Click here to access the spreadsheet directly on Google Docs: it’s easier to see a fullscreen view there (especially on phones).  Also, the second tab on the same spreadsheet lists the new compositions of the state legislatures.

You can check out this printer-friendly, PDF version of the cheat sheet containing all the results (updated Nov. 18). (A version without results is still available here.)

You should also visit The Appeal: Political Report, a new website I edit, if the local politics of criminal justice reform, sheriffs, & DAs interest you. For elections related to transportation/transit, visit The Transport Politic’s elections page.

Come back for updates!