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I'm looking for official house election results per state per district. Ideally this would be in a format that I can then machine read. I have been looking at Wikipedia for this and it has been woefully inaccurate with missing year etc.

Surely there is some where I can go and get "I want all of the results for STATE for all of the districts broken down by party,candidate, votes"

Has anyone any idea how I can get this?

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  • This would be hard since the results are likely to be per-Secretary-of-state of each state, as far as "official" go – user4012 Sep 29 '17 at 0:48
  • If you want to go down the state election pages route, then thegreenpapers has relevant links on its state pages at thegreenpapers.com/slg/AL.html etc under "election authority" . These will be very official, but don't tend to go back past the 90s. – origimbo Sep 29 '17 at 2:18
  • Hey origimbo, that link is an excellent resource led me to exactly what I want. If you want to put your comment as answer I will mark it as answered. J – James Sep 29 '17 at 8:02
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Here is a link to a page on 2016 races from CNN.

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    CNN isn't official – user4012 Sep 29 '17 at 0:47
  • @user4012 Yeah, but on the other hand the op mentions he was originally trying to use Wikipedia, so. . . The CNN results are accurate anyway. – Braydon Sep 29 '17 at 1:41

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