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Primary & Caucus Dates

DATE CONTEST Number of
REPUBLICAN
DELEGATES
Number of
DEMOCRATIC
DELEGATES


1992 1996 1992 1996
1/25-1/31 Hawaii GOP caucuses 14 14

1/27-1/29 Alaska GOP caucuses 19 19
non-binding


2/6 Louisiana GOP caucuses 38 21
(of 30)


2/10 Guam GOP caucuses 4 4

2/12 Iowa caucuses 23 25 49 48
2/20 New Hampshire primary 23 16 18 20
2/24 Delaware primary 19 12 14 14
2/27 South Dakota GOP primary 19 18


North Dakota GOP primary
(vote-by-mail)
17 18
non-binding



Arizona GOP primary 37 39
non-binding


3/1 Dem. super delegates

692 688
3/2 South Carolina GOP primary 36 37


Wyoming GOP caucuses (1) 20 12
(of 20)


3/3 Puerto Rico GOP primary 14 14

3/5 Jr. Super Tuesday




Colorado primary 37 27 47 49

Georgia primary 52 42 76 76

Maryland primary 42 32 67 68

Vermont primary 19 12 14 15

Maine primary 22 15 23 23

Rhode Island primary 15 16 22 22

Massachusetts primary 38 37 94 93

Connecticut primary 35 27 53 53

Minnesota caucuses 32 33 78 76

Idaho Dem. caucuses

18 18

American Samoa caucuses 4 4 3 3

Washington caucuses 35 18
(of 36)
71 74

South Carolina Dem. caucuses

43 43
3/7 New York primary (1) 100 93 (of 102) 244 244

Missouri Dem. caucuses

77 76
3/9 Alaska Dem. caucuses

13 13

Arizona Dem. caucuses

41 44

South Dakota Dem. caucuses

15 15

Missouri GOP caucuses 47 36

3/9-3/11 Democrats abroad

9 7
3/10 Nevada Dem. caucuses

17 18

Puerto Rico Dem. primary

51 51
3/12 Super Tuesday




Florida primary 97 98 148 152

Louisiana primary 38 9 (of 30) 60 59

Mississippi primary 34 33 39 38

Oklahoma primary 34 38 45 44

Tennessee primary 45 38 68 68

Texas primary
(Dems. have caucuses/primary)
21 123 196 194

Hawaii Dem. caucuses

20 20

Oregon primary
(vote by mail)
23 23 47 47
3/16 Michigan Dem. caucuses

131 128
3/19 New Industrial State primary




Illinois primary (1) 85 59
(of 69)
164 164

Michigan primary 72 57
non-binding



Ohio primary 83 67 151 147

Wisconsin primary 35 36 82 79
3/23 Wyoming Dem. caucuses

13 13
3/25 Utah caucuses
2728 23 24
3/26 California primary 201 165 348 363

Washington primary 35 18
(of 36)
non-binding



Nevada GOP primary
(vote by mail)
21 14

3/29-3/31 North Dakota Dem. caucuses
(state convention)


14 14
3/30 Virgin Island caucuses 4 4 3 3
4/2 Kansas primary 30 31 36 36
4/13-4/15 Virginia Dem. caucuseses

78 79
4/23 Pennsylvania primary (1) 91 66
(of 73)
169 167
5/4 Wyoming GOP caucuses
(state convention)
20 8
(of 20)



Guam Dem. caucuses

3 3
5/7 District of Columbia primary 14 14 17 17

Indiana primary (1) 51 30
(of 52)
77 74

North Carolina primary 57 58 84 84
5/14 Nebraska primary (1) 24 9
(of 24)
23 25

West Virginia primary 18 18 31 30
5/21 Arkansas primary 27 20 36 36
5/28 Idaho GOP primary 22 23
non-binding



Kentucky primary 35 26 52 51
5/31-6/1 Virginia GOP caucuses
(state convention)
55 53

6/4 Alabama primary 38 40 55 54

Montana primary 20 14 16 16

New Jersey primary 60 48 105 104

New Mexico primary 25 18 25 25
June fourth is considered the last major date on the 1996 calendar. The following dates are additional dates where additional delegates are chosen to complete an individual states progress.
DATE CONTEST Number of
REPUBLICAN
DELEGATES
Number of
DEMOCRATIC
DELEGATES


1992 1996 1992 1996
6/6-6/7 Pennsylvania GOP state convention
7

6/14 Illinois GOP state convention
10

6/17-6/18 Indiana GOP state convention
22

6/20 Dem. add-on unpledged

80 81
6/28-30 Nebraska GOP state convention
15

No date set New York GOP state committee
9

8/12-15 Republican National Convention in San Diego, CA



8/26-29 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, Illinois





Number of
REPUBLICAN
DELEGATES
Number of
DEMOCRATIC
DELEGATES
Total number of delegates awarded
1990
4290
Total number of delegates needed to nominate
996
2146

Notes:

There is a lawsuit pending whether the Arizona Democratic party will print a ballot on 2/27, the date of the Arizona GOP primaries. The Arizona Democrats caucuseses on 3/9.

(1) means that a state has two events listed where delegates are selected. In most cases the first event is considered the "major" event. The exception is with Louisiana Republicans and Washington Republicans whose events are of equal importance.

The Democratic National Committee might not recognize the entire Delaware delegation at its convention because Delaware is violating Democratic National Committee rules by holding the primaries less than a week after the New Hampshire primaries.

Republican National Convention
August 12-15
San Diego, California
Democratic National Convention
August 26-29
Chicago, Illinois


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