February & March

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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.

(April – June Primaries/Caucuses)

February 1
Iowa caucus
—– (Clinton 50%; Sanders 50%)
—– (Cruz 28%; Trump 24%; Rubio 23%)

February 9
New Hampshire primary
—– (Sanders 60%; Clinton 38%)
—– (Trump 35%; Kasich 16%; Cruz 12%) 

February 20
Nevada caucus — (Clinton 53%; Sanders 47%)
South Carolina primary — (Trump 33%; Rubio 23%; Cruz 22%)

February 23
Nevada caucus — (Trump 46%; Rubio 24%; Cruz 21%)

February 27
South Carolina primary — (Clinton 74%; Sanders 26%)

March 1 (Super Tuesday)
Alabama primary
—– (Clinton 79%; Sanders 19%)
—– (Trump 44%; Cruz 21%; Rubio 18%)
Alaska primary — (Cruz 36%; Trump 34%; Rubio 15%)
American Samoa caucus — (Clinton 68%; Sanders 26%)
Arkansas primary
—– (Clinton 66%; Sanders 30%)
—– (Trump 33%; Cruz 30%; Rubio 25%)
Colorado caucus — (Sanders 59%; Clinton 40%)
Georgia primary
—– (Clinton 71%; Sanders 28%)
—– (Trump 39%; Rubio 25%; Cruz 24%)
Massachusetts primary
—– (Clinton 50%; Sanders 49%)
—– (Trump 49%; Kasich 18%; Rubio 18%)
Minnesota caucus
—– (Sanders 62%; Clinton 38%)
—– (Rubio 37%; Cruz 29%; Trump 21%)
Oklahoma primary
—– (Sanders 52%; Clinton 42%)
—– (Cruz 34%; Trump 28%; Rubio 26%)
Tennessee primary
—– (Clinton 66%; Sanders 32%)
—– (Trump 39%; Cruz 25%; Rubio 21%)
Texas primary
—– (Clinton 65%; Sanders 33%)
—– (Cruz 44%; Trump 27%; Rubio 18%)
Vermont primary
—– (Sanders 86%; Clinton 14%)
—– (Trump 33%; Kasich 30%; Rubio 19%)
Virginia primary
—– (Clinton 64%; Sanders 35%)
—– (Trump 35%; Rubio 32%; Cruz 17%)

March 5
Kansas caucus
—– (Sanders 68%; Clinton 32%)
—– (Cruz 48%; Trump 23%; Rubio 17%)
Kentucky caucus — (Trump 36%; Cruz 32%; Rubio 16%)
Louisiana primary
—– (Clinton 71%; Sanders 23%)
—– (Trump 41%; Cruz 38%; Rubio 11%)
Maine caucus — (Cruz 46%; Trump 33%; Kasich 12%)
Nebraska caucus — (Sanders 56%; Clinton 44%)

March 6
Maine caucus — (Sanders 64%; Clinton 36%)
Puerto Rico primary — (Rubio 74%; Trump 14%; Cruz 9%)

March 8
Hawai’i caucus — (Trump 42%; Cruz 33%; Rubio 13%)
Idaho primary — (Cruz 45%; Trump 28%; Rubio 16%)
Michigan primary
—– (Sanders 50%; Clinton 48%)
—– (Trump 37%; Cruz 25%; Kasich 24%)
Mississippi primary
—– (Clinton 83%; Sanders 17%
)
—– (Trump 47%; Cruz 36%; Kasich 9%)
Democrats Abroad primary — (Sanders 69%; Clinton 31%)

March 12
District of Columbia caucus — (Rubio 37%; Kasich 36%; Trump 14%)
Guam convention — (N/A; delegates are unpledged)
Northern Marianas Islands caucus — (Clinton 54%; Sanders 34%)
Wyoming convention — (Cruz 66%; Rubio 20%; Trump 7.2)

March 15
Florida primary
—– (Clinton 65%; Sanders 33%)
—– (Trump 46%; Rubio 27%; Cruz 17%)
Illinois primary
—– (Clinton 50%; Sanders 49%)
—– (Trump 39%; Cruz 31%; Kasich 20%)
Missouri primary
—– (Clinton 49.6%; Sanders 49.4%)
—– (Trump 40.8%; Cruz 40.6%; Kasich 10%)
North Carolina primary
—– (Clinton 55%; Sanders 41%)
—– (Trump 40%; Cruz 37%; Kasich 13%)
Northern Mariana Islands caucus — (Trump 73%; Cruz 24%; Kasich 2%)
Ohio primary
—– (Clinton 57%; Sanders 43%)
—– (Kasich 47%; Trump 36%; Cruz 13%)

March 19
Virgin Islands caucus — (N/A; 6  pledged delegates choose ‘uncommitted’)

March 22
American Samoa convention — (N/A; 6 pledged delegates choose ‘uncommitted’)
Arizona primary
—– (Clinton 58%; Sanders 40%)
—– (Trump 47%; Cruz 25%)
Idaho caucus — (Sanders 78%; Clinton 21%)
Utah primary
—– (Sanders 80%; Clinton 20%)
—– (Cruz 69%; Kasich 17%)

March 26
Alaska caucus — (Sanders 82%; Clinton 18%)
Hawai’i caucus — (Sanders 70%; Clinton 30%)
Washington caucus — (Sanders 73%; Clinton 27%)

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

02/01 — Former-Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley suspends his campaign for Democratic nomination.

02/01 — Former-Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee suspends his campaign for Republican nomination.

02/20 — Former-Florida Governor Jeb Bush suspends his campaign for the Republican nomination.

03/03 — Dr. Ben Carson suspends his campaign for the Republican nomination.

03/15 — Senator Marco Rubio suspends his campaign for the Republican nomination.

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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