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2020 Primary Schedule

The 2020 Presidential primary schedule will begin to take shape in the coming months. The dates below are be subject to change as states and parties make their final decisions regarding which day to hold their primary or caucus contests. Please use our contact form if you see incorrect information and can provide a link to accurate information. This page will be updated as the calendar is finalized.

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Note: All dates are primaries unless otherwise noted as a caucus. Primaries and caucuses which are only being held by one party on that date are noted as (R) or (D). The delegate counts represent the total delegates from that state for each respective party. Primary and caucus results will be updated regularly.

Date (2020)
State
Type
Tue, Mar 3AlabamaOpen
Tue, Mar 3CaliforniaMixed
Tue, Mar 3MassachusettsMixed
Tue, Mar 3OklahomaClosed
Tue, Mar 3TennesseeOpen
Tue, Mar 3TexasOpen
Tue, Mar 3VermontOpen
Tue, Mar 3VirginiaOpen
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Sat, Mar 7LouisianaClosed
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Tue, Mar 10Hawaii Caucus (R)Closed
Tue, Mar 10Idaho (R)Closed
Tue, Mar 10MichiganOpen
Tue, Mar 10MississippiOpen
Tue, Mar 10MissouriOpen
Tue, Mar 10OhioMixed
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Tue, Mar 17ArizonaClosed
Tue, Mar 17FloridaClosed
Tue, Mar 17IllinoisOpen
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Tue, Apr 7WisconsinOpen
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Tue, Apr 28ConnecticutClosed
Tue, Apr 28DelawareClosed
Tue, Apr 28MarylandClosed
Tue, Apr 28PennsylvaniaClosed
Tue, Apr 28Rhode IslandMixed
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Tue, May 5IndianaOpen
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Tue, May 12Nebraska (R)Closed
Tue, May 12West VirginiaMixed
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Tue, May 19ArkansasOpen
Tue, May 19KentuckyClosed
Tue, May 19OregonClosed
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Tue, May 26Washington Caucus (R)Closed
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Tue, Jun 2MontanaOpen
Tue, Jun 2New JerseyMixed
Tue, Jun 2New MexicoClosed
Tue, Jun 2South DakotaClosed
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Sun, Jun 7Puerto Rico (D)Open
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Tue, Jun 9Washington, DC (D)Closed
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No DateAlaska Caucus (R)Closed
No DateAlaska Caucus (D)Closed
No DateAmerican Samoa Caucus (D)Open
No DateAmerican Samoa (R Convention)Open
No DateColorado CaucusClosed
No DateDemocrats AbroadClosed
No DateGeorgiaOpen
No DateGuam Caucus (D)Closed
No DateGuam (R convention)Closed
No DateHawaii Caucus (D)Closed
No DateIdaho Caucus (D)Open
No DateIowa CaucusClosed
No DateKansas Caucus (D)Closed
No DateKansas Caucus (R)Closed
No DateMaine Caucus (R)Closed
No DateMaine Caucus (D)Closed
No DateMinnesota CaucusOpen
No DateNebraska Caucus (D)Closed
No DateNevada Caucus (D)Closed
No DateNevada Caucus (R)Closed
No DateNew HampshireMixed
No DateNew YorkClosed
No DateNorth CarolinaMixed
No DateNorth Dakota Caucus (D)Closed
No DateNorth Dakota Caucus (R)Closed
No DateNorthern Marianas Caucus (D)Open
No DateNorthern Marianas Caucus (R)Closed
No DatePuerto Rico (R)Open
No DateSouth CarolinaOpen
No DateUtah CaucusClosed
No DateVirgin Islands Caucus (R)Open
No DateVirgin Islands Caucus (D)Open
No DateWashington Caucus (D)Closed
No DateWashington, DC (R Convention)Closed
No DateWyoming Caucus (R)Closed
No DateWyoming Caucus (D)Closed

Allocation – All Democratic primary/caucus delegates are proportionally allocated. Republican primaries/caucuses are listed as Proportional (P), Winner-Take-All (WTA), or Winner-Take-Most (WTM).
Proportional – Delegates are awarded based on the percentage of the vote received by candidates, or some formulation of dividing up the delegates
Winner Take All – All delegates are given to the winner of the contest
Winner Take Most – Some delegates are reserved for the winner, some may be divided proportionally
Unbound – Delegates are not bound to a specific candidate and can support any candidate of their choosing, varies by state party

Type
Open– Voters may vote in either party primary but can choose only one
Closed – Only voters registered in their respective party may vote in the party primary
Mixed – A semi-open or semi-closed environment, unaffiliated voters can choose to vote in either primary or can switch registration the day of voting

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