The 2024 Presidential Primary Calendar

Latest update: 2/28/24: American Samoa Republican caucuses date adjusted





Download FHQ's calendar for iCal or Outlook or see it on Google Calendar.


Reading the Map:
As was the case with the maps from past cycles, the earlier a contest is scheduled in 2024, the darker the color in which the state is shaded. Texas, for instance, is a deeper shade of blue in March than Montana is in June. There are, however, some differences between the earlier maps and the one that appears above.
  1. States with diagonal lines of different, alternating shades are states with multiple delegate selection events across at least two different months.
  2. States (or territories) that are bisected vertically are states where the state parties have different dates for their caucuses and/or primaries. The left section is shaded to reflect the state Democratic Party's scheduling while the right is for the state Republican Party's decision on the timing of its delegate selection event (see Alaska). This holds true for states -- typically caucus states -- with a history of different dates across parties but which also have not yet chosen a contest date.

2024 Presidential Primary Calendar
[Looking for the marked up version of the calendar? Scroll down for more.]

January
Monday, January 15:
Iowa Republican caucuses 


Tuesday, January 23:
New Hampshire



February
Saturday, February 3:
South Carolina Democratic primary


Tuesday, February 6:
Nevada Democratic primary


Thursday, February 8:
Nevada Republican caucuses

Virgin Islands Republican territorial caucuses 


Saturday, February 24:
South Carolina Republican primary 


Tuesday, February 27:



March
Saturday, March 2:
Idaho Republican presidential caucus 

Michigan Republican congressional district caucuses/state convention [will allocate 39 of 55 delegates]

Missouri Republican caucuses 
    [Selects delegates to congressional district conventions]


Sunday, March 3:
Washington, DC Republican party-run primary (voting starts March 1)


Monday, March 4:
North Dakota Republican preference caucuses


Tuesday, March 5:
Alabama

Alaska Republican presidential preference poll

American Samoa Democratic caucuses 

Arkansas

California


Iowa Democratic all-mail presidential preference vote (voting will end on March 5)


Texas

Utah Democratic primary

Utah Republican caucuses

Wednesday, March 6:
Hawaii Democratic caucuses


Friday, March 8:
American Samoa Republican caucuses 


Tuesday, March 12:
Democrats Abroad party-run primary (voting starts March 5)


Hawaii Republican caucuses

Northern Mariana Islands Democratic party-run primary (begins March 5)

Washington


Friday, March 15:
Northern Mariana Islands Republican territorial caucus


Saturday, March 16:
Guam Republican territorial convention


Tuesday, March 19:

Florida Republican primary

Illinois

Kansas 



Saturday, March 23:

Missouri Democratic party-run primary


Saturday, March 30:
North Dakota Democratic party-run primary 


April
Tuesday, April 2:




Saturday, April 6:
Alaska Democratic party-run primary 

Missouri Republican congressional district conventions 


Saturday, April 13:
Wyoming Democratic caucuses


Saturday, April 20:
Wyoming Republican state convention (starts April 19)


Sunday, April 21:
Puerto Rico Republican primary


Tuesday, April 23:


Sunday, April 28:
Puerto Rico Democratic primary

  

May
Wednesday, May 1:
New Mexico Republican state convention


Saturday, May 4:
Missouri Republican state convention


Tuesday, May 7:


Tuesday, May 14:




Saturday, May 18:
Idaho Democratic caucuses [contingent on there being no state-run primary option]

Montana Republican state delegate convention


Tuesday, May 21:

Oregon [Democratic primary]


Saturday, May 25:
Oregon Republican state convention


May [unscheduled]
South Dakota Republican state national convention delegate selection meeting


June
Tuesday, June 4:
Montana [Democratic primary, non-binding Republican primary]


New Mexico [Democratic primary, non-binding Republican primary]

South Dakota [Democratic primary, non-binding Republican primary]

Washington, DC [Democratic primary]


Saturday, June 8:
Guam Democratic caucuses

Virgin Islands Democratic party-run primary



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States with no (official, tentative and/or likely) contest date for 2024 [2020 date in parentheses]:
Alaska Democratic party-run primary (April 10, 2020, but originally scheduled for April 4, 2020)
Alaska Republican state convention (April 4, 2020)

American Samoa Democratic caucuses (March 3, 2020)
American Samoa Republican territorial caucus (March 18, 2020)

Democrats Abroad (voting occurred from March 3-10, 2020)

Georgia (June 9, 2020, but originally scheduled for March 24, 2020)
    [Secretary of state selects primary date on or before December 1, 2023.]

Guam Democratic caucuses (June 6, 2020, but originally scheduled for May 2, 2020)
Guam Republican territorial convention (March 14, 2020)

Hawaii Democratic party-run primary (May 22, 2020, but originally scheduled for April 4, 2020) 
    [2023 Hawaii legislation: HB 342 -- establish presidential primary for the second Saturday in May (with feasibility study) |
    HB 1485 | SB 1005 (passed Senate 3/7/23) -- create a Super Tuesday presidential primary (House substitute to SB 1005 
    schedules the presidential primary for the first Tuesday after the first Monday in April -- passed House 4/11/23) -- 2023 session 
    adjourned (bills can carry over but are effectively dead for 2024)]

Idaho (March 10, 2020 primary)
    [2023 Idaho legislation: H 138 (passed state House 2/24/23, passed state Senate 3/23/23signed into law 3/30/23) -- eliminate 
    separate presidential primary | S 1186 (passed state Senate 3/23/23, blocked in House committee 3/30/23) -- consolidate 
    presidential preference vote with other primaries on the third Tuesday in May -- 2023 session adjourned (bill can not carry over 
    to 2024)]

Iowa Democratic all-mail presidential preference vote (caucuses were on February 3, 2020)

Kansas Democratic party-run primary (May 2, 2020)
Kansas Republican conventions (district conventions began on March 15, 2020)
    [2023 Kansas legislation: SB 290 -- reestablish a presidential primary and consolidate with other primaries in May |
    SB 321 (now Sen. sub. HB 2053 [passed Senate 3/28/23, passed House 4/4/23, signed into law 4/21/23]) -- reestablish a 
    presidential primary and schedule in March]
    [2023 Kansas Democratic Party delegate selection plan opts into state-run presidential primary -- 5/3/23]

Missouri Democratic caucuses (March 10, 2020 state-run primary)
Missouri Republican caucuses (March 10, 2020 state-run primary)
    [2021 Missouri legislation: HB 680 -- eliminate the presidential primary option -- died in committee on April 21, 2021]
    [2022 Missouri legislation: HB 1878 -- omnibus election law (eliminates presidential primary) -- signed into law on June 29, 2022]
    [2023 Missouri legislation: HB 738 | SB 602 -- reestablish a presidential primary on the second Tuesday after the first Monday in 
    March | HB 267, HB 347 (merged, amended) -- reestablish a presidential primary and consolidate with municipal election in April |
    SB 96 -- reestablish a presidential primary on Super Tuesday -- 2023 session adjourned (bills can not carry over to 2024)]

North Dakota Democratic "firehouse caucuses" (March 10, 2020)
North Dakota Republican preference caucuses (March 10, 2020) -- by state party Rule 15, the caucuses will occur in the March 1-15 window

Northern Mariana Islands Democratic caucuses (March 14, 2020)
Northern Mariana Islands Republican territorial caucus (March 15, 2020)

Puerto Rico Republican primary (June 7, 2020)
    [2022 Puerto Rico legislation: PC 1272 -- eliminate presidential primary -- passed House]
    [Under state law, the state parties inform the president of the State Elections Commission of the intended primary date before 
    December 1 in the year preceding a presidential election year.]

Virgin Islands Democratic caucuses (June 6, 2020)
Virgin Islands Republican territorial caucuses (Saturday, April 4, 2020 through Saturday, May 30, 2020)

Wyoming Democratic caucuses (April 17, 2020, but originally scheduled for April 4, 2020)
Wyoming Republican state convention (May 9, 2020)



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States that switched from caucus to primary (or vice versa) or cancelled contests for 2024:
Idaho [separate primary eliminated]
Kansas [caucus to primary for 2024 only]
Missouri [primary eliminated]
Montana Republicans [primary to convention]
Nevada Democrats [caucus to primary]
New Mexico Republicans [primary to convention]
Oregon Republicans [primary to convention]
South Dakota Republicans [primary to convention]
Utah Republicans [primary to caucus]



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Update Chronology:
1/21/21: 2024 primary calendar first posted.
6/11/21: Governor Sisolak (D) signed legislation -- AB 126 -- shifting Nevada from a caucus to a primary and scheduling the contest for the first Tuesday in February.
6/17/21: Governor Edwards (D) signed legislation -- HB 581 -- moving the Louisiana presidential primary back into compliance with national party rules on the last Saturday in March.
6/29/22: Missouri primary eliminated when Governor Parson (R) signed legislation -- HB 1878 -- into law.
2/1/23: Michigan Senate bill -- SB 13 -- to move presidential primary to February 27 signed into law by Governor Whitmer.
3/6/23: Democrats Abroad release draft delegate selection plan with scheduled March 5-12 party-run primary. 
3/10/23: Hawaii Democratic Party draft delegate selection plan sets April 6 date for party-run primary.
3/22/23: Alaska Democratic Party plan to conduct an April party-run primary as per draft delegate selection plan.
3/23/23: North Dakota Democratic-Nonpartisan League Party draft delegate selection plan sets date of party-run primary for April 6.
4/1/23: Puerto Rico Democratic draft delegate selection plan reveals intended date -- Sunday, March 17 -- of presidential primary in the island territory. [The parties have the discretion to set the date of the primary in 2024 and thereafter.]
4/21/23: Governor Laura Kelly (D) signs Sen sub HB 2053 into law, establishing a March 19 presidential primary in the Sunflower state for 2024.
4/24/23: Governor Wes Moore (D) signs SB 379 in law, moving the presidential primary in Maryland back three weeks to May 14 for the 2024 cycle.
4/27/23: American Samoa Democratic Party released a draft delegate selection plan calling for Super Tuesday caucuses.
4/27/23: The Wyoming Democratic Party plans to conduct April party-run caucuses as per draft delegate selection plan.
4/30/23: Northern Mariana Islands Democratic Party draft delegate selection plan sets date for party-run primary
5/3/23: The Kansas Democratic Party draft delegate selection plan opts into the state-run presidential primary in the Sunflower state for 2024.
5/4/23: Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (R) sets the date of the presidential primary in the Peach state for March 12.
5/19/23: Idaho Democrats release draft delegate selection plan with proposal for May 18 caucuses on the condition that there is no legislative fix to reinstitute the state-run presidential primary for the 2024 cycle.
6/10/23: Michigan Republican Party State Committee adopts resolution of intent, indicating intention to allocate at-large delegates based on the February 27 presidential primary and creating congressional district caucuses to be held on March 2 to allocate district delegates.
6/17/23: South Carolina Republican Party Executive Committee unanimously votes to schedule the presidential primary for February 24
6/17/23: The Republican Party of the US Virgin Islands Executive Committee adopted delegate selection rules for 2024 setting a range of possible caucus dates between the date of the Nevada presidential contest in February and March 2.]
6/19/23: Rhode Island Governor Dan McKee (D) signed legislation moving the presidential primary in the Ocean state to the first Tuesday in April for the 2024 cycle only. 
6/24/23: Idaho Republican Party State Central Committee voted at its summer meeting to conditionally hold March caucuses.
6/29/23: Governor Polis and Secretary of State Griswold set the Colorado presidential primary for Super Tuesday.
7/8/23: Iowa Republican Party State Central Committee unanimously votes to schedule the 2024 caucuses for January 15
7/21/23: Governor John Carney signs legislation moving the Delaware presidential primary into law.
7/28/23: Virgin Islands Democratic Party schedules party-run primary for June.
8/10/23: Utah Republicans opt out of the state-run presidential primary and choose instead to conduct caucuses.
8/14/23: The Nevada Republican Party schedules caucuses for February
8/24/23: The release of the draft delegate selection plan for the Missouri Democratic Party sets a March date for a party-run primary.
9/9/23: Missouri Republican Party adopts rules for 2024 delegate selection (including date of caucuses).
9/12/23: North Dakota Republican Party state committee sets date of and delegate rules for 2024 caucuses.
9/20/23: Guam Democratic Party releases draft 2024 delegate selection plan calling for June caucuses.
9/20/23: New York Governor Kathy Hochul (D) signs legislation setting the date of and delegate selection rules for 2024 presidential primary.
9/24/23: Michigan Republican Party adopts revised delegate rules for 2024, further confirming the dates of the hybrid primary-caucus system.
9/28/23: Virgin Islands Republicans set date for presidential caucuses.
10/3/23: Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont (D) signs legislation moving the presidential primary in the Nutmeg state up three weeks in April.
10/6/23: Iowa Democratic Party announces date of the conclusion of its mail-in presidential preference vote.
10/30/23: North Dakota Democratic Party shifts date of mostly mail-in party-run presidential primary up a week to March 30.
11/15/23: New Hampshire Secretary of State sets the presidential primary date in the Granite state.
11/29/23: Republican missing pieces added to the calendar (including territories and late primary states).
1/13/24: Hawaii Democratic Party resubmits revised delegate selection plan to the DNC calling for in-person caucusing on Wednesday, March 6.

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Marked Up Calendar:
[Numbers in brackets [ ] to the right of states below represents the iteration of positions on the calendar over time, where [1] indicates where a state initially started the 2024 cycle and a [2] means where a state was moved (tentatively in the case of the early states, but officially for others) and so on.]


Reading the Map:
As was the case with the maps from past cycles, the earlier a contest is scheduled in 2024, the darker the color in which the state is shaded. Texas, for instance, is a deeper shade of blue in March than Montana is in June. There are, however, some differences between the earlier maps and the one that appears above.
  1. A number of caucus states have yet to select a date for the first step of their delegate selection processes in 2024. Until a decision is made by state parties in those states, they will appear in gray on the map.
  2. The states where legislation to move the presidential primary is active are two-toned with right-leaning diagonal stripes. One color indicates the timing of the primary according to the current law whereas the second color is meant to highlight the month to which the primary could be moved. 
  3. Other states -- the carve-out states and states with state laws providing guidance for setting a primary or caucuses date but no specific date or multiple specified dates -- are also two-toned with left-leaning diagonal stripes. In this case, one color (gray) represents the uncertainty of the primary or caucuses date now while the other color (or colors) highlight the options available to states or the most likely date for a contest in that state given the information we currently have. So, in New Hampshire, for instance, we know that the secretary of state in the Granite state will want to protect the first in the nation status enjoyed in the past. To maintain that position alone, New Hampshire could conduct its primary as early as some time in late January 2024.  
  4. States (or territories) that are bisected vertically are states where the state parties have different dates for their caucuses and/or primaries. The left section is shaded to reflect the state Democratic Party's scheduling while the right is for the state Republican Party's decision on the timing of its delegate selection event (see Alaska). This holds true for states -- typically caucus states -- with a history of different dates across parties but which also have not yet chosen a contest date.
Reading the calendar:
  1. Note that if you click on the state name in the calendar below, the link will take you to the relevant section of the state's law or party's bylaws covering the date of the primary or caucus. [This can be a bit of a moving target as dates change as do online locations of the laws' language. Every effort will be made to keep these up to date.]
  2. Links to discussions of 2020-2023 state-level legislation addressing the dates of future presidential primaries have also been added below the state name in the calendar.
  3. Markers have also been added indicating whether legislation has become law or has died at some point in the legislative process. 
  4. The bracketed numbers [+x or -y] refer the number of days the primary or caucuses have moved relative to where the previous statute scheduled the contest or, where noted, how far a state contest has moved relative to its position on the calendar in 2020.
  5. Permanently underlined states indicate states with tentative calendar dates. These are primarily carve-out states in January or February, but include a handful of other states where current state law sets a particular date or date selection protocol that may change.

2024 Presidential Primary Calendar

January
Monday, January 8:
Iowa Republican caucuses [tentative FHQ placement based on past actions in recent previous cycles][3]


Monday, January 15:
Iowa Republican caucuses [4]
    [2023 Iowa legislation: HF 716 (passed House 5/1/23, passed Senate 5/4/23), signed into law 6/1/23) -- protect the first-in-the-
    nation caucuses, limit to in-person caucusing]
    [2023 Iowa Republican Party decision: sets caucuses for January 15 -- July 8, 2023]


Tuesday, January 16:
New Hampshire [tentative FHQ placement based on past actions in recent previous cycles][3]


Monday, January 22:
Iowa caucuses [tentative FHQ placement based on past actions in recent previous cycles][2]


Tuesday, January 23:
New Hampshire [tentative FHQ placement based on past actions in recent previous cycles][4]
    [2023 New Hampshire resolution: CACR 9 (passed Senate 3/30/23) -- protect first-in-the-nation status with constitutional 
    amendment]
    [2023 New Hampshire decision: Secretary of State sets the presidential primary date for January 23 -- November 15, 2023]


Saturday, January 27:
South Carolina Republican primary [tentative FHQ placement based on past actions in recent previous cycles][2]


Tuesday, January 30:
New Hampshire [tentative FHQ placement based on past actions in recent previous cycles][2]



February
Saturday, February 3:
South Carolina Democratic primary [based on DNC Rules and Bylaws Committee adopted calendar][2]


Monday, February 5:
Iowa caucuses [tentative FHQ placement based on past actions in recent previous cycles][1]


Tuesday, February 6:
Nevada Democratic primary [2]
    [2021 Nevada legislation: AB 126 -- creates January February (amended) presidential primary -- signed into law on 
    June 11, 2021 | 
    SB 130 -- creates June consolidated presidential primary -- died in committee on April 10, 2021]
    [+18]

New Hampshire Democratic primary [based on DNC Rules and Bylaws Committee adopted calendar]

New York [non-compliant] [1]


Thursday, February 8:
Nevada Republican caucuses [2]
    [2023 Nevada Republican Party decision: State party sets caucus date for February -- August 14, 2023]

Virgin Islands Republican territorial caucuses
        [2023 Virgin Islands Republican Party decision: Executive Committee adopts delegate selection rules -- June 17, 2023 | revised with caucus date -- September 28, 2023]
        [Process being contested -- caucus date uncertain]


Tuesday, February 13:
Georgia Democratic primary [based on DNC Rules and Bylaws Committee adopted calendar] [1]
    [NOTE: Secretary of state selects date; Georgia unlikely to hold a primary on this date, conflicts with Republican Party rules]

New Hampshire [tentative FHQ placement based on past actions in previous cycles][1]


Saturday, February 24:
Nevada Democratic caucuses [tentative FHQ placement based on past actions in recent previous cycles][1]
Nevada Republican caucuses [tentative FHQ placement based on past actions in recent previous cycles][1]

South Carolina Republican primary [tentative FHQ placement based on past actions in recent previous cycles][1]

South Carolina Republican primary [3]
    [2023 South Carolina Republican Party decision: Executive Committee votes to schedule primary for February 24 
    -- June 17, 2023]
    [NOTE: State party selects date, state government funds and conducts; state parties in South Carolina do not tend to hold contests 
    on the same date]


Tuesday, February 27:
    [2022 Michigan legislation: SB 1207 -- move presidential primary to the second Tuesday in February from the second Tuesday in 
    March -- passed the state Senate but died in state House committee December 7, 2022]
    [2023 Michigan legislation: SB 13 (passed Senate 1/26/23 | passed House 1/31/23 | signed into law 2/1/23) | HB 4029 -- move 
    presidential primary to the fourth Tuesday in February]
    [+14]


March
Saturday, March 2:
Idaho Republican presidential caucus OR presidential preference convention [2]
    [2023 Idaho Republican Party State Central Committee decision -- will choose between: caucus (if March presidential 
    primary is not restored) OR convention -- June 23-24, 2023 | Chose to conduct caucuses -- June 24, 2023]

Michigan Republican congressional district caucuses [will allocate 39 of 55 delegates]
    [2023 Michigan Republican Party State Committee decision -- adopts resolution of intent to hold primary-caucus hybrid 
    -- June 10, 2023 | on hold due to conflict with RNC rules -- July 8. 2023 | revised and adopted -- September 24, 2023]

Virgin Islands Republican territorial caucuses [latest possible date; could fall as early as the Nevada Republican primary or caucuses]
    [2023 Virgin Islands Republican Party decision: Executive Committee adopts delegate selection rules -- June 17, 2023] [placeholder until date set in specified time range]

South Carolina Democratic primary [tentative FHQ placement based on past actions in recent previous cycles][1]

Louisiana [non-compliant][1]


Sunday, March 3:
Washington, DC Republican party-run primary (voting starts March 1)
    [2023 Washington, DC Republican Party decision: shift to earlier party-run primary]


Monday, March 4:
North Dakota Republican preference caucuses
    [2023 North Dakota Republican Party decision: finalize delegate selection plan (including caucus date) -- September 12, 2023]


Tuesday, March 5:
Alabama

American Samoa Democratic caucuses
    [2023 American Samoa Democratic Party draft delegate selection plan sets date of territorial caucuses -- April 27, 2023]

American Samoa Republican territorial caucus [1]

Arkansas

California
    [2023 California legislation: SB 24 -- move presidential primary date to "unspecified" 
    (Amended to a make changes unrelated to the scheduling of the primary)]

    [2023 Colorado decision -- Governor Polis and Secretary of State Griswold set the Colorado presidential primary for 
    Super Tuesday -- June 29, 2023]
    [+/-0]

Iowa Democratic all-mail presidential preference vote (voting will end on March 5)
    [2023 Iowa Democratic Party decision: state party opts for a compliant presidential preference vote that falls within the DNC window -- October 6, 2023]
    [2023 Iowa legislation: HF 716 (passed House 5/1/23, passed Senate 5/4/23), signed into law 6/1/23) -- protect the first-in-the-
    nation caucuses, limit to in-person caucusing]

    [State parties opt into/out of primary by October 1, 2023.]

Massachusetts

Minnesota
    [Date of the primary is on the first Tuesday in March unless both parties agree to an alternative date 
    before March 1, 2023.]

North Carolina

Oklahoma
    [2020 Tennessee resolution (non-binding): HJR 933 -- resolves to make the Tennessee presidential 
    primary first in the nation -- died in committee when session adjourned on June 19, 2020]

Texas

Utah Democratic primary

Utah Republican caucuses
    [2023 Utah Republican Party decision: opt out of presidential primary to conduct caucuses -- August 10, 2023]

Virginia


Wednesday, March 6:
Hawaii Democratic caucuses [2]


Friday, March 8:
American Samoa Republican caucuses [2]


Tuesday, March 12:
Democrats Abroad party-run primary (voting starts March 5)
    [2023 Democrats Abroad draft delegate selection plan sets date of party-run primary -- March 6, 2023]
    [+/-0]

Georgia [2]
    [2023 Georgia decision: Secretary of state sets date of the Georgia presidential primary -- May 4, 2023]

Hawaii Republican caucuses
    [2023 Hawaii legislation: HB 342 -- establish presidential primary for the second Saturday in May (with feasibility study) |
    HB 1485 | SB 1005 (passed Senate 3/7/23) -- create a Super Tuesday presidential primary (House substitute to SB 1005 
    schedules the presidential primary for the first Tuesday after the first Monday in April -- passed House 4/11/23) -- 2023 session 
    adjourned (bills can carry over but are effectively dead for 2024)]

Idaho [1]
    [2023 Idaho legislation: H 138 (passed state House 2/24/23, passed state Senate 3/23/23, signed into law 3/30/23) -- eliminate 
    separate presidential primary | S 1186 (passed state Senate 3/23/23) -- consolidate presidential preference vote with 
    other primaries on the third Tuesday in May -- 2023 session adjourned (bill cannot carry over but to 2024)]


Mississippi
    [2020 Mississippi legislation: S2663 -- shift the primary to the first Tuesday in February -- died in
    committee March 3, 2020]
    [2020 Mississippi resolution (non-binding): SCR 537 -- explore Mississippi 
    joining a southeastern Super Tuesday in 2024 -- died in committee October 10, 2020]

Missouri
    [2021 Missouri legislation: HB 680 -- eliminate the presidential primary option -- died in committee on April 21, 2021]
    [2022 Missouri legislation: HB 1878 -- omnibus election law (eliminates presidential primary) -- signed into law on June 29, 2022]
    [2023 Missouri legislation: HB 267, HB 347 & HB 738 SB 602 -- reestablish a presidential primary on the second Tuesday after 
    the first Monday in March]

Northern Mariana Islands Democratic party-run primary (begins March 5)
    [2023 Northern Mariana Islands Democratic Party draft delegate selection plan sets date for party-run primary -- 
    April 30, 2023]

Washington


Sunday, March 17:
Puerto Rico Democratic primary [2]
    [2022 Puerto Rico legislation: PC 1272 -- eliminate presidential primary -- passed House]
    [2023 Puerto Rico Democratic draft delegate selection plan sets presidential primary in the island territory for March 17, 2024. 
    NOTE: Under law, the parties now have the discretion to set the date of the primary in 2024 and thereafter.]
    [+14]


Tuesday, March 19:
Arizona 
    [2021 Arizona legislation: SB 1668 -- eliminate presidential primary and create caucuses -- died in committee upon adjournment, 
    June 30, 2021]
    [2022 Arizona legislation: SB 1456 -- eliminate presidential primary and create caucuses -- died in committee upon adjournment, 
    June 17, 2022]

Florida

Illinois

Kansas 
    [2023 Kansas legislation: SB 290 -- reestablish a presidential primary and consolidate with other primaries in May |
    SB 321 (now Sen. sub. HB 2053 [passed Senate 3/28/23, passed House 4/4/23signed into law 4/20/23]) -- reestablish a 
    presidential primary and schedule in March]
    [2023 Kansas Democratic Party delegate selection plan opts into state-run presidential primary -- 5/3/23]

    [2023 Ohio legislation: SB 55 | HB 21HB 33 (amended) -- move primary to May in presidential years]


Saturday, March 23:
    [2021 Louisiana legislation: HB 581 -- shifts primary from the first Saturday in March to the last Saturday in March -- signed into 
    law on June 17, 2021]
    [The last Saturday in March 2024 -- March 30 -- falls within three days of Easter, and thus shifts the presidential primary up a week 
    under R.S. 18:402(G).]
    [-21]

Missouri Democratic party-run primary
    [2023 Missouri Democratic Party draft delegate selection plan sets date for party-run primary -- August 24, 2023]


Saturday, March 30:
North Dakota Democratic party-run primary [2]


On one of the first three Tuesdays in March:
Colorado
    [Governor selects date by September 1, 2023. Can choose a Tuesday between the presumed earliest date  
    traditionally allowed by the national parties -- March 5, 2024 -- and the third Tuesday in March -- 
    March 19, 2024.]


April
Tuesday, April 2:
    [2023 Connecticut legislation: HB 6908 (passed House on 6/2/23) -- move presidential primary to the first Tuesday in April 
    -- 2023 session adjourned HB 7001 (passed both houses [special session] on 9/24/23signed into law 10/3/23) -- 
    move presidential primary to the first Tuesday in April]
    [+28]

    [2023 Delaware legislation: SB 140 (stricken in Senate on 6/2/23) | SB 149 (passed Senate 6/14/23, passed 
    House 6/22/23signed into law 7/21/23) -- move presidential primary to the first Tuesday in April for 2024 only]
    [+21]

    [2021 New York legislation: S 1819 | A 6623  -- would move the presidential primary from February to June -- died in 
    committee upon adjournment of legislative session] | A 8509 -- would move presidential primary to fourth Tuesday in April -- died 
    in committee upon adjournment of legislative session]
    [2023 New York legislation: S 437 | A 1109 -- would move the presidential primary from February to June | A 1720 -- would move 
    presidential primary to fourth Tuesday in April | A 7690 (passed the Assembly 6/8/23, substituted for Senate version and passed 
    the Senate 6/8/23signed into law 9/20/23) | S 7550 -- would move presidential primary to April 2]
    [-56 (based on post-2020 reversion), +21 (based on initial, pre-covid position in 2020)]

Rhode Island [2]
    [2023 Rhode Island legislation: HB 6309 (passed House on 5/11/23, Senate concurred 6/13/23signed into law 6/19/23
    | SB 1010 (passed Senate 6/8/23, House concurred 6/12/23signed into law 6/19/23) -- move presidential primary to the first 
    Tuesday in April for 2024 only]
    [+21]

    [2021 Wisconsin legislation: SB 284 -- move presidential primary to the second Tuesday in March from the first Tuesday in April 
    -- died in state Senate committee on March 15, 2022]


Saturday, April 6:
Alaska Democratic party-run primary
    [2023 Alaska Democratic Party draft delegate selection plan sets date for party-run primary -- March 22, 2023]
    [+/-0]

Hawaii Democratic party-run primary [1]
    [2023 Hawaii legislation: HB 342 -- establish presidential primary for the second Saturday in May (with feasibility study) |
    HB 1485 | SB 1005 (passed Senate 3/7/23) -- create a Super Tuesday presidential primary (House substitute to SB 1005 
    schedules the presidential primary for the first Tuesday after the first Monday in April -- passed House 4/11/23) -- 2023 session 
    adjourned (bills can carry over but are effectively dead for 2024)]
    [2023 Hawaii Democratic Party draft delegate selection plan sets date for party-run primary -- March 10, 2023]

North Dakota Democratic party-run primary (in-person voting starts Friday, April 5) [1]
    [2023 North Dakota Democratic-Nonpartisan League Party draft delegate selection plan
    sets date for party-run primary -- March 23, 2023]
    [-25]


Saturday, April 13:
Wyoming Democratic caucuses
    [2023 Wyoming Democratic Party draft delegate selection plan sets date for would-be party-run caucuses -- April 27, 2023]


Tuesday, April 23:


    [2019 Pennsylvania legislation: S779 -- shift primary to the third Tuesday in March -- passed state 
    Senate but died in state House committee on November 3, 2020 (adjournment)]   
    [2022 Pennsylvania legislation: H2218 -- shift consolidated primary to the third Tuesday in March -- died in 
    committee upon adjournment of legislative session]
    [2023 Pennsylvania legislation: HB 51 | SB 224 -- move consolidated primary to the third Tuesday in March | HB 1634 -- move 
    consolidated primary to the first Tuesday in April]



Sunday, April 28:
Puerto Rico Democratic party-run primary [3]
    [2023 Puerto Rico Democratic Party decision: funding issues for the territory-run primary was lacking and forced the territorial party to conduct a party-run process.]


Tuesday, April 30:
  

May
Tuesday, May 7:


Tuesday, May 14:
    [2023 Maryland legislation: HB 1279 | SB 955 -- move presidential primary to the third Tuesday in April | SB 379 (passed Senate 
    on 3/14/23, passed House on 4/6/23signed in law 4/24/23)  -- move presidential primary to the second Tuesday in May]
    [-21]

    [2023 West Virginia legislation: SB 218 | HB 3406 -- create separate presidential primary in February -- 2023 session 
    adjourned (bills can carry over but are effectively dead for 2024)]


Saturday, May 18:
Idaho Democratic caucuses [contingent on there being no state-run primary option] [2]
    [2023 Idaho Democratic Party draft delegate selection plan sets date for party-run caucuses -- May 19, 2023]


Tuesday, May 21:
    [2021 Oregon legislation: SB 785 -- shift consolidated primary (including presidential primary) to the first Tuesday in March -- 
    died in committee upon adjournment, June 26, 2021]
    [2023 Oregon legislation: SB 499 -- shift consolidated primary (including presidential primary) to the first Tuesday in March 
    -- 2023 session adjourned (bills can not carry over to 2024) | SB 804 -- shift consolidated primary (including presidential 
    primary) to the first Tuesday in March and move back start of legislative session -- 2023 session adjourned (bills can not carry 
    over to 2024)]

June
Tuesday, June 4:
    [2021 Montana legislation: HB 248 -- shift presidential primary to the first Tuesday after the first Monday in March -- 
    died in committee upon adjournment, April 29, 2021]


    [2020 New Mexico legislation: H350 -- shift presidential primary to the second Tuesday in January -- 
    died in committee when session adjourned on February 20, 2020]

    [2022 South Dakota legislation: H1116 -- create and fund a separate presidential primary on the first Tuesday after the first 
    Monday in March -- passed state House but died in state Senate committee when session adjourned on March 28, 2022]


Saturday, June 8:
Guam Democratic caucuses
    [2023 Guam Democratic Party decision: schedule caucuses for June -- September 20, 2023]

Virgin Islands Democratic party-run primary
    [2023 Virgin Islands Democratic Party decision: schedule party-run primary for June -- date unknown]

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