Here is a link to the Montana Secretary of State’s web page, showing the vote for U.S. House, election of May 25.
On May 25, the United Utah Party, a new centrist party, submitted signatures for recognition as a political party. See this story.
On May 22, the New York State Senate passed SB 1115. It moves the primary for state and local office from September to August. It also moves the petition deadline for independent candidates and the nominees of unqualified parties from early August to early July. The vote was 35-26.
This bill conflicts with AB 3052, which has already passed the Assembly and which moves the petition deadline to May.
On May 25, the Senate transferred HB 655 from the Rules Committee to the Elections Committee. It moves all partisan primaries from May to March. The switch in committees probably means that the bill is likely to be considered soon in the House. It had already passed the Senate.
On May 24, the Oregon House passed HB 2927, the National Popular Vote Plan bill. The vote was 34-23. Now it goes to the Senate, where the president of the Senate says he won’t block it, as he has done in past sessions, provided it is amended so that it won’t take effect unless the voters approve. They would vote in November 2018.
On May 23, New York held special elections to fill vacancies in the 30th State Senate district in Manhattan, and the 9th Assembly district on Long Island. The results are here. To see the Assembly election, toggle out of “Senate”.
For the State Senate race in Manhattan, the results by party are: Democratic 95.1%; Republican 2.8%; Reform 2.1%. In November 2016 for this same seat, the percentages were: Democratic 90.5%; Republican 4.7%; Working Families 4.8%.
For the Assembly race, the results by party are: Democratic 52.9%; Republican 30.7%; Conservative 8.4%; Working Families 5.1%; and Independence 2.9%. In November 2016 in this district, the results had been: Republican 58.8%; Democratic 31.3%; Conservative 7.2%; Independence 2.0%; Reform .3%; Taxpayer Rights .4%.