When Is the 2020 Primary Election in My State?

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As the 2020 presidential election stretches on, you might be anxious to finally cast a vote and declare your allegiance for one of the candidates you’ve been following over the past few months.

The good news: Your chance is coming. Starting in February, states will begin to hold their 2020 primary elections, caucuses, and conventions. While the processes differ from state to state, this is when people get to place an initial vote for a 2020 candidate. Each state then decides, based on those votes, how many delegates they will send to a party’s national convention for each candidate. Then, at the national convention, the party will count up the delegates and choose their ultimate candidate.

Primary votes are key in deciding who gets to run in the official race, so mark the date on your calendar now. While the below dates are the most up-to-date possible (via New York Times and Vox), some are subject to change, so we will update this post accordingly. And without further ado, scroll down, and get voting.


Alabama | Alaska | Arizona | Arkansas | California | Colorado | Connecticut | Delaware | Florida | Georgia | Hawaii | Idaho | Illinois | Indiana | Iowa | Kansas | Kentucky | Louisiana | Maine | Maryland | Massachusetts | Michigan | Minnesota | Mississippi | Missouri | Montana | Nebraska | Nevada | New Hampshire | New Jersey | New Mexico | New York | North Carolina | North Dakota | Ohio | Oklahoma | Oregon | Pennsylvania | Rhode Island | South Carolina | South Dakota | Tennessee | Texas | Utah | Vermont | Virginia | Washington | West Virginia | Wisconsin | Wyoming | District of Columbia | Puerto Rico | American Samoa | Guam | Virgin Islands


March 3

Democratic primary, April 4

Democratic primary, March 17

March 3

March 3

March 3

April 28

April 28

March 17

March 24

Democratic primary, April 4

March 10

March 17

May 5

February 3

Democratic primary, May 2

Democratic primary, May 19

Republican caucuses, March 21

April 4

March 3

April 28

March 3

March 10

March 3

March 10

March 10

June 2

May 12

Democratic caucuses, February 22

February 11

June 2

June 2

April 28

March 3

Democratic caucuses, March 10

Republican convention, April 3-5

March 17

March 3

May 19

April 28

April 28

Democratic primaries, February 29

June 2

March 3

March 3

March 3

March 3

Democratic primary, March 3

March 10

May 12

April 7

Republican convention, March 14

Democratic caucuses, April 4

Republican convention, March 14

Democratic primary, June 2

Democratic primary, March 29

Republican primary, June 7

Democratic caucus,March 3

Republican caucus, March 24

Republican caucus, March 14

Democratic caucus, May 2

Republican caucus, March 12

Democratic caucuses, June 6



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