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When are the 2020 presidential election primaries?

The primary election begins with the Iowa first-in-the-nation caucuses on Feb. 3, 2020 and runs through June. Several states have even made changes to their primary plans due to coronavirus.

Here are the primary and caucus dates for the 2020 election:

February

February 3: Iowa caucuses

February 11: New Hampshire primary

February 22: Nevada Democratic caucuses

February 29: South Carolina Democratic primary

March

Super Tuesday (March 3): Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont and Virginia primaries, and American Samoa Democratic caucuses.

Democrat voters living abroad begin voting on March 3 through March 10.

March 8: Puerto Rico Republican primary

March 10: North Dakota Democratic “firehouse caucus,” Idaho, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri and Washington primaries

March 12: Virgin Island Republican caucus and Northern Mariana Islands Democratic caucus

March 17: Arizona Democratic primary and Florida, Illinois, and Ohio primaries.

April

April 4: Alaska Democratic all-mail primary; Virgin Islands Republican caucus

April 7: Wisconsin primary

April 10: Deadline for mail-in ballots for Alaska Democratic primary, originally scheduled for April 4.

April 17: Deadline for mail-in ballots in Wyoming Democratic caucus, originally scheduled for April 4.

April 26: Proposed date of rescheduled Puerto Rico Democratic primary

April 28: New York primary

May

May 2: Guam Democratic caucuses and Kansas Democratic primary

May 9: Wyoming Republican convention

May 12: Nebraska and West Virginia primaries

May 19: Georgia and Oregon primaries

June

June 2: Connecticut, Delaware, Indiana, Maryland, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota and Washington, D.C., primaries. Note: Ohio also is expected delay in-person voting until June 2.

June 6: Virgin Island Democratic caucus

June 7: Puerto Rico Republican primary

June 20: Louisiana primaries

June 23: Kentucky primaries