The Road to the Next Four Years.

 
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This year's United States presidential election, which is the 59th quadrennial presidential election, is scheduled to be held on November 3. All presidential primaries and caucuses will take place between February and June 2020. As of this writing, six states have canceled their Republican caucuses or primaries: Alaska, Arizona, Hawaii, Kansas, Nevada, and South Carolina. Follow the campaign trail below.

February

3

Iowa caucuses

11

New Hampshire primaries

22

Nevada Democratic caucuses

29

South Carolina Democratic primary

March

3

Alabama primaries, American Samoa Democratic caucuses, Arkansas primaries, California primaries, Colorado primaries, Maine primaries, Massachusetts primaries, Minnesota primaries, North Carolina primaries, Oklahoma primaries, Tennessee primaries, Texas primaries, Utah primaries, Vermont primaries, Virginia Democratic primary, Democrats Abroad primary

10

Idaho primaries, Michigan primaries, Mississippi primaries, Missouri primaries, North Dakota Democratic caucuses, Washington primaries

12

Virgin Islands Republican caucus

14

Guam Republican convention, Northern Marianas Democratic caucuses, Wyoming Republican convention

17

Arizona Democratic primary, Florida primaries, Illinois primaries, Northern Marianas Republican caucuses, Ohio primaries

21

Kentucky Republican caucuses

24

American Samoa Republican caucuses, Georgia primaries

29

Puerto Rico Democratic primary

April

4

Alaska Democratic primary, Hawaii Democratic primary, Louisiana primaries, Wyoming Democratic caucuses

7

Wisconsin primaries

28

Connecticut primaries, Delaware primaries, Maryland primaries, New York primaries, Pennsylvania primaries, Rhode Island primaries

May

2

Guam Democratic caucuses, Kansas Democratic primary

5

Indiana primaries

12

Nebraska...

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