April – June

2016.73

Primary/Caucus Calendar

Calendar Key: Purple are primary/caucus dates for both Democratic and Republican parties; Blue are Democratic primary/caucus dates only; Red are Republican primary/caucus dates only  (NOTE: These are the dates for the Presidential primaries/caucuses and not necessarily for state and local elections.)

** Dates are still subject to change.

(February & March Primaries/Caucuses)

April 5
Wisconsin primary
—– (Sanders 56%; Clinton 43%)
—– (Cruz 48%; Trump 35%)

Wyoming 9
Colorado convention — (Cruz takes 34 delegates)
Wyoming caucus — (Sanders 56%; Clinton 44%)

April 19
New York primary
—– (Clinton 58%; Sanders 42%)
—– (Trump 61%; Kasich 25%)

April 26
Connecticut primary
—– (Clinton 52%; Sanders 47%)
—– (Trump 58%; Kasich 29%)
Delaware primary
—– (Clinton 60%; Sanders 39%)
—– (Trump 61%; Kasich 20%)
Maryland primary
—– (Clinton 63%; Sanders 33%)
—– (Trump 56%; Kasich 23%)
Pennsylvania primary
—– (Clinton 56%; Sanders 44%)
—– (Trump 57%; Cruz 22%)
Rhode Island primary
—– (Sanders 55%; Clinton 44%)
—– (Trump 64%; Kasich 25%)

 

May 3
Indiana primary
—– (Sanders 53%; Clinton 48%)
—– (Trump 53%; Cruz 37%)

May 7
Guam caucus — (Clinton 60%; Sanders 40%)

May 10
Nebraska primary — (Trump 61%)
West Virginia primary
—– (Sanders 51%; Clinton 36%)
—– (Trump 77%)

May 17
Kentucky primary — (Clinton 46.8%; Sanders 46.3%)
Oregon primary
—– (Sanders 55%; Clinton 45%)
—– (Trump 67%)

May 24
Washington primary — (Trump 76%)

 

June 4
Virgin Islands caucus — (Clinton 84%; Sanders 12%)

June 5
Puerto Rico primary — (Clinton 61%; Sanders 39%)

June 7
California primary
—– (Clinton 56%; Sanders 43%)
—– (Trump 76%)
Montana primary
—– (Sanders 51%; Clinton 45%)
—– (Trump 74%)
New Jersey primary
—– (Clinton 63%; Sanders 37%)
—– (Trump 81%)
New Mexico primary
—– (Clinton 51.5%; Sanders 48.5%)
—– (Trump 71%)
North Dakota caucus — (Sanders 64%; Clinton 26%)
South Dakota primary
—– (Clinton 51%; Sanders 49%)
—– (Trump 67%)

June 14
District of Columbia primary — (Clinton 79%; Sanders 21%)

 

OTHER INFORMATION:  (updated news/information during these months)

05/03 — Senator Ted Cruz suspended his campaign for the GOP nomination.

05/04 — Governor John Kasich suspended his campaign for the GOP nomination; leaving businessman Donald Trump the last man standing.

05/19 — Former-New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson announces that his running-mate will be former-Massachusetts Governor William Held.

05/26 — According to the AP, businessman Donald Trump has secured enough delegates to win the Republican nomination. This was determined when they interviewed several unpledged delegates which indicated they would be voting for him at the convention.

5/29 — Former-New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson officially wins the Libertarian nomination for President. Former-Massachusetts Governor William Weld receives the nomination for Vice-President.

6/8/2016 — Hillary Clinton secures the Democratic nomination between pledged delegates and super-delegates. This marks the first time a woman will top a major party’s ticket.

There is, obviously, a lot of information on this page with the dates of the primaries/caucuses.  If you think you spot an error, please let me know in the comments section so that I can look into it.  Thanks.

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