Primary & Caucus Dates:
January 3 Iowa
January 5 Wyoming
January 8 New Hampshire
January 15 Michigan
January 19 Nevada, South Carolina
January 29 Florida
February 1 Maine
February 5 Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado , Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Utah
(Super Tuesday when half of the populations of the US has held their primaries)
February 12 District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia
February 19 Hawaii, Washington, Wisconsin
March 4 Ohio, Rhode Island, Texas, Vermont
March 11 Mississippi
April 22 Pennsylvania
May 6 Indiana, North Carolina
May 13 Nebraska, West Virginia
May 20 Kentucky, Oregon
June 3 Montana, South Dakota
September 26 - First Presidential Debate at the University of Mississippi on domestic policy.
October 2 - Vice Presidential Debate at Washington University will be on domestic and foreign policy.
October 7 - Second Presidential Debate at Belmont University will be in a town meeting format and include any issues raised by members of that audience.
October 15 - Third Presidential Debate at Hofstra University on foreign policy.