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Mon Apr 23, 2018, 05:19 PM

This Wednesday, BALLOTPEDIA will hold a free webinar on what to expect in the May Primaries

With 11 states holding primary elections in May, this webinar is the perfect opportunity to learn what is at stake from Ballotpedia's election experts. Join us as we fill you in on the issues dividing candidates, polling, campaign spending, and more.


Sarah Rosier
News Editor @Ballotpedia
From May 2015 until December 2017, Sarah Rosier worked as the Federal Desk Editor. Prior to the 2016 election cycle, she directed the Congress project. From there, federal coverage expanded to the executive cabinet, federal courts, and, beginning in 2015, presidential elections. Rosier graduated from the University of Maryland with a B.A. in Rhetoric & Political Culture.

Cory Eucalitto
Marquee Team Managing Editor @Ballotpedia
Cory Eucalitto joined Ballotpedia in September 2016 as Editor of Ballotpedia's Fact Check project. He previously worked at an educational nonprofit and for transparency-focused wiki Sunshine Review. Eucalitto attended The Catholic University of America where he earned a degree in politics.

Registration: https://ballotpedia.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Rzn6V4KpSGOdp_WL7HvfVA

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