From the Mueller report to net neutrality, last week was busy! Check out the highlights of our research from the past few days, and let us know what you think on Facebook or Twitter.
By James and the Elections Research team
Wondering what 2020 presidential candidates have been talking about? You can see their statements all in one place here.
You can now check out Issue Position Statements from North Carolina Congressional District 3 Candidates by checking out their speeches section. You can select each individual candidate here or you can see the Issue Position Statements for all candidates here.
We added the results from Connecticut-19’s State House race.
We are now tracking two new elections. New York State Senate District 57 and Pennsylvania State House District 11.
By Annie and the Officials Research team
Public Statements: 1,424 statements added last week
The Mueller report was released last week, and the reactions from Congress are still rolling in. Click here to keep tabs on what your representatives are saying about it.
While the Mueller report dominated most of the discussion, both Notre Dame and Immigration were also discussed by officials last week.
We added 34 bills that were up for a vote in statehouses across the country. See what was added for your state here.
Click here to see our coverage of the US House vote on net neutrality.
The Senate confirmed David Bernhardt as Secretary of the Interior. Click here to see our coverage of the vote.
We added information about President Trump’s veto of SJ Res 7: Vote to pass a Senate Joint Resolution that requires the removal of United States armed forces from hostilities in the Republic of Yemen that have not been authorized by Congress.
That’s all for this week! Thanks for following along and supporting Vote Smart.