Click “Follow” to download this calendar to your device.

Questions, comments, or feedback? View our Calendar Sync FAQ or Contact Us  

In The States

States, Hospitals Grapple With Medical Rationing
Health
States, Hospitals Grapple With Medical Rationing

WASHINGTON — Over the weekend, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services issued a reminder that people with disabilities have the same worth as everybody else. That the agency felt compelled to issue such a directive reflects the anguishing choices that American medicine has begun... Read More

Coronavirus Transformed the Primary Calendar, But Not in Wisconsin
2020 Elections
Coronavirus Transformed the Primary Calendar, But Not in Wisconsin

How do you run an election in the middle of a global pandemic? Some states have postponed voting or shifted to mail-only balloting. Some states have taken both approaches. Wisconsin, the next state to head to the polls, has done neither. Tuesday’s primary will go on... Read More

New York Postpones Primary, Risking Loss of Delegates
State News
New York Postpones Primary, Risking Loss of Delegates
March 30, 2020
by Dan McCue

New York is postponing its April 28 presidential primary until June 23, a late date that places it at risk of forfeiting some of its delegates at the Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee. The reason for the delay, which was announced Saturday, is the coronavirus outbreak... Read More

Pa. Postponed its Primary. Here’s What It Means for Voters and 2020 Campaigns
2020 Elections
Pa. Postponed its Primary. Here’s What It Means for Voters and 2020 Campaigns

PHILADELPHIA—June 2 is shaping up to be the Super Tuesday of postponed primaries. Pennsylvania will join 11 states and the District of Columbia in voting that day, after rescheduling its primary due to the coronavirus. Gov. Tom Wolf on Friday signed a bill moving the primary... Read More

Other States Want to ‘Trade’ for Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear. Here’s What They’re Offering
State News
Other States Want to ‘Trade’ for Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear. Here’s What They’re Offering

LEXINGTON, Ky. — We knew the internet was thirsty for Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear. Now it’s sending its best trade proposals to nab him. Like NBA teams that feel like they’re one superstar trade away from being a contender, envious citizens from around the country have... Read More

Maryland Elections Board to Recommend No In-Person Voting for June Primary
Maryland
Maryland Elections Board to Recommend No In-Person Voting for June Primary

BALTIMORE — The State Board of Elections is recommending that there be no in-person voting for the June 2 primary due to the new coronavirus pandemic, pushing citizens to mail-in or drop-off ballots that would be sent to every one of Maryland’s more than 4 million... Read More

Straight From The Well
scroll top