- extending throughout all parts of a state in the U.S.: a statewide search.
- throughout a state: It was applauded statewide.
Origin of statewide
Examples from the Web for statewide
Contemporary Examples of statewide
This is a state, after all, where Duke, in his statewide race for governor in 1991, received a majority of the white vote.Steve Scalise and the Right’s Ridiculous Racial Blame Game
January 2, 2015
In nearly every statewide or federal election where they were predicted to play decisive roles, independents under-performed.How to Run a Statewide Campaign on $38
November 12, 2014
Mayor Bill de Blasio did not attend, nor did any citywide or statewide elected official.Large Crowd Protests NYC Terrorism Opera
October 21, 2014
Massachusetts has not hesitated to elect Republicans to statewide office in the past.Return of the Blue State Republican Governor?
September 10, 2014
The unit had to lay off staff, cut its caseload, and lacked the funds to take on statewide corruption cases.Yes, Rick Perry Could End Up Doing Time
August 22, 2014
Historical Examples of statewide
Civic federations of statewide influence have her help as member and officer.Wisconsin in Story and Song;
Distribution of cottonmouths in Florida is statewide, including the Keys and other offshore islands.