Here at the MIT Election Data & Science Lab, we're dedicated to collecting, analyzing, and sharing core data and findings related to elections and election administration in the United States. We have been preparing to gather and disseminate data from the 2018 midterms elections and will make a variety of datasets available that will provide context and clarity to the election results as they come in.
On this page, you'll find quick links to all our work related to the midterms, including county-level demographic datasets, historical election returns, and election night results from all states that make them available. You'll also find links to our analysis and discussion of the data, as well as our discussions on available sources for election administration.
Our 2018 Election Data
We will be listing here all of the data we have collected and published from the 2018 elections, as it becomes available. You can also visit our main Github page here. (Last updated: November 12, 3:56pm EST)
Find links to our blog or other articles we've produced with analysis and discussion about the 2018 elections and election administration:
- Our Data Plans for the 2018 Elections - Cameron Wimpy
- Boom or Bust in the 2018 House Election - Charles Stewart III
- Election Fundamentals in 2018 - Charles Stewart III
- North Carolina Embraces Early Voting - Charles Stewart III