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Election 2020: Dates for primaries, caucuses, conventions, debates

Here are 2020's important election dates. Iowa caucuses - 2/3. New Hampshire primary - 2/11. Nevada caucuses - 2/22. South Carolina primary - 2/29 Super Tuesday - 3/3 Idaho, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, & Washington primaries, N.D. caucuses - 3/10. Arizona, Florida, Illinois & Ohio primaries - 3/17. Georgia primary - 3/24 Alaska, Hawaii, Louisiana primaries & Wyoming caucuses - 4/4. Wisconsin primary - 4/7. Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania & Rhode Island primaries - 4/28  Kansa

Georgia primary, Dem and GOP conventions among big 2020 events

This year promises yet another historic series of presidential primaries, caucuses, debates and elections. Georgia’s presidential primary is open, meaning voters have a choice whether to vote in either the Democratic or Republican contests.

Here’s a list of 2020’s upcoming crucial election-related events:

  • March 24 (postponed): Georgia primary (rescheduled to June 9) 
  • April 26: Puerto Rico primary
  • April 28: Ohio (mail-in voting only) primary
  • May 2: Kansas primary; Guam caucuses
  • May 12: Nebraska and West Virginia primaries
  • May 19: Oregon primary
  • May 22: Hawaii primary (entirely by mail)
  • June 2: Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Indiana, Maryland, Montana (mail-in voting only), New Mexico, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and South Dakota primaries
  • June 6: U.S. Virgin Islands caucuses
  • June 9: Georgia primary
  • June 20: Louisiana primary
  • June 23: New York and Kentucky primaries
  • July 2: New Jersey primary
  • August 17-20: 2020 Democratic National Convention, Milwaukee
  • August 24-27: 2020 Republican National Convention, Charlotte, N.C.
  • September 29: First presidential debate, South Bend, Ind.
  • October 7: Vice presidential debate, Salt Lake City
  • October 15: Second presidential debate, Ann Arbor, Mich.
  • October 22: Third presidential debate, Nashville, Tenn.
  • November 3: Presidential election

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