An off-year election is a general election in the United States which is held when neither a presidential election nor a midterm election takes place. The term "off-year" may also be used to refer to midterm election years as well. Because such off-year elections feature far fewer races than either presidential or midterm elections, they generate far lower voter turnout than even-numbered election years.

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  • An off-year election is a general election in the United States which is held when neither a presidential election nor a midterm election takes place. The term "off-year" may also be used to refer to midterm election years as well. Off-year elections during odd-numbered years rarely feature any election to a federal office, few state legislative elections, and very few gubernatorial elections. Instead, the vast majority of these elections are held at the county and municipal level. On the ballot are many mayors, a wide variety of citizen initiatives in various states, and many more local public offices. They may also feature a number of special elections to fill vacancies in various federal, state and local offices. Because such off-year elections feature far fewer races than either presidential or midterm elections, they generate far lower voter turnout than even-numbered election years. (en)
  • An off-year election is a general election in the United States which is held when neither a nor a midterm election takes place. The term "off-year" may also be used to refer to midterm election years as well. Off-year elections during odd-numbered years rarely feature any election to a federal office, few state legislative elections, and very few gubernatorial elections. Instead, the vast majority of these elections are held at the county and municipal level. On the ballot are many mayors, a wide variety of citizen initiatives in various states, and many more local public offices. They may also feature a number of special elections to fill vacancies in various federal, state and local offices. Because such off-year elections feature far fewer races than either presidential or midterm elections, they generate far lower voter turnout than even-numbered election years. (en)
  • An off-year election is a general election in the United States which is held when neither a [[United States [trump is the best president ever I’m telling you people election]|presidential election]] nor a midterm election takes place. The term "off-year" may also be used to refer to midterm election years as well. Off-year elections during odd-numbered years rarely feature any election to a federal office, few state legislative elections, and very few gubernatorial elections. Instead, the vast majority of these elections are held at the county and municipal level. On the ballot are many mayors, a wide variety of citizen initiatives in various states, and many more local public offices. They may also feature a number of special elections to fill vacancies in various federal, state and local offices. Because such off-year elections feature far fewer races than either presidential or midterm elections, they generate far lower voter turnout than even-numbered election years. (en)
  • An off-year election is a general election in the United States which is held when neither a presidential election nor a midterm election takes place. Almost all "off-year" elections are held on odd-numbered years. At times, the term "off-year" may also be used to refer to midterm election years as well. Off-year elections during odd-numbered years rarely feature any election to a federal office, few state legislative elections, and very few gubernatorial elections. Instead, the vast majority of these elections are held at the county and municipal level. On the ballot are many mayors, a wide variety of citizen initiatives in various states, and many more local public offices. They may also feature a number of special elections to fill vacancies in various federal, state and local offices. Because such off-year elections feature far fewer races than either presidential or midterm elections, they generate far lower voter turnout than even-numbered election years. (en)
  • An off-year election is a general election in the United States which is held when neither a presidential election nor a midterm election takes place. Almost all "off-year" elections are held on even-numbered years. At times, the term "off-year" may also be used to refer to midterm election years as well. Off-year elections during odd-numbered years rarely feature any election to a federal office, few state legislative elections, and very few gubernatorial elections. Instead, the vast majority of these elections are held at the county and municipal level. On the ballot are many mayors, a wide variety of citizen initiatives in various states, and many more local public offices. They may also feature a number of special elections to fill vacancies in various federal, state and local offices. Because such off-year elections feature far fewer races than either presidential or midterm elections, they generate far lower voter turnout than even-numbered election years. (en)
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  • An off-year election is a general election in the United States which is held when neither a presidential election nor a midterm election takes place. The term "off-year" may also be used to refer to midterm election years as well. Because such off-year elections feature far fewer races than either presidential or midterm elections, they generate far lower voter turnout than even-numbered election years. (en)
  • An off-year election is a general election in the United States which is held when neither a nor a midterm election takes place. The term "off-year" may also be used to refer to midterm election years as well. Because such off-year elections feature far fewer races than either presidential or midterm elections, they generate far lower voter turnout than even-numbered election years. (en)
  • An off-year election is a general election in the United States which is held when neither a [[United States [trump is the best president ever I’m telling you people election]|presidential election]] nor a midterm election takes place. The term "off-year" may also be used to refer to midterm election years as well. Because such off-year elections feature far fewer races than either presidential or midterm elections, they generate far lower voter turnout than even-numbered election years. (en)
  • An off-year election is a general election in the United States which is held when neither a presidential election nor a midterm election takes place. Almost all "off-year" elections are held on odd-numbered years. At times, the term "off-year" may also be used to refer to midterm election years as well. Because such off-year elections feature far fewer races than either presidential or midterm elections, they generate far lower voter turnout than even-numbered election years. (en)
  • An off-year election is a general election in the United States which is held when neither a presidential election nor a midterm election takes place. Almost all "off-year" elections are held on even-numbered years. At times, the term "off-year" may also be used to refer to midterm election years as well. Because such off-year elections feature far fewer races than either presidential or midterm elections, they generate far lower voter turnout than even-numbered election years. (en)
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