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Texas primary results

Texas held its primary on March 6th. Of our initial set of STEM candidates one won their primary outright and three others will be in the May 22nd runoff. Thank you to all candidates for helping shift the political dialog back to science facts!

These candidates won their primary and are headed to the general election:

These candidates will be in the May 22nd primary runoff:

California congressional candidates vetted

If you thought New York had a lot of STEM candidates, get ready to be blown away with the number of California STEM candidates running for congress! There are also several running for governor as well and we’ll get those posted here soon.

We want to give a shout-out and huge thank you to the VoteSTEM volunteer who single-handedly vetted all candidates from California in creating this list. It is by far the largest number of candidates of any state (literally hundreds) and she did it with precision and aplomb. Thank you for being a part of VoteSTEM!

California’s filing deadline is right around the corner (March 9th) and we’ll go back and finalize this list after that time.

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Updated 2018-03-02: Added Audrey Denny

New York candidates vetted

New York has a whole slew of STEM candidates running for congress in 2018! We have a few we are still contacting to confirm their stance on science facts, but here’s the list so far.

We’ll update this list as we hear back from candidates and again after the April 12th filing deadline.

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Rhode Island candidates vetted

Rhode Island has 1 STEM candidate running in the 2018 congressional races, specifically in the gubernatorial race.

After the June 27th filing deadline, we’ll go back and pick up anyone who filed after our initial pass.

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