Get Text Updates about the Midterm Elections

Back in June, we released Subtext's Texting the Midterms Playbook. With the US midterm election less than a month away, we wanted to show you how we've been working with newsrooms across the nation to get election updates delivered straight to community member's phones. From national to local election coverage, we've got you covered. 

National Coverage - USA Today

USA TODAY politics reporters want to talk to you, the voter, about what you really need to know about the upcoming election. 

National Coverage - The Hill

Editor-in-Chief Bob Cusack shares his observations and context while answering your questions on the election, the future of politics and more.


Lookout Santa Cruz is keeping you informed on local elections straight from their newsroom. 


Connecticut Mirror is texting insights on key races and information you need to make your decision at the polls. 


Florida Politics publisher Peter Schorsch is texting exclusive updates about midterms.


For $3.99/mo, Bangor Daily News is bringing you exclusive coverage on the midterm elections from politics editor Michael Shepherd. Try it out with a 14 day free trial. 


From on-the-ground updates at voting sites across the state to major campaign news to race calls when the results roll in, get text updates on Nevada elections straight to your phone.

Ohio is sending free text updates on the most hotly contested 2022 elections across Ohio. Breaking campaign news, behind-the-scenes insights and expert analysis.

Pennsylvania is sending text updates on races for Pa. governor, U.S. Senate and other contested campaigns. Breaking news, behind-the-scenes insights and expert analysis. 


Texas Tribune will text you essential election updates, and you can text them questions about voting, what’s on the ballot and the policy issues that matter to you.


The Salt Lake Tribune will send updates and reminders for the upcoming election, including when and how to register, major results and other big news. The team also is running and spanish language campaign.


Wausau Pilot and Review is taking questions from community members via text this election season. Both during the campaigns and in real time during a debate for congressional candidates and forums for state Assembly races. 

We at Subtext want to thank all the newsrooms who are working tirelessly to keep their community members up-to-date this election season by sending voting information, election updates and answering questions. 

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