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Tuesday, January 29, 2008

List of U.S. Presidential Primary States

January 2008

January 3, 2008 Iowa
January 8, 2008 New Hampshire primary
January 15, 2008 Michigan primary
January 19, 2008 Nevada caucus
January 26 South Carolina primary
January 29, 2008 Florida primary


Super Tuesday, or the National Primary.

FEBRUARY 5, 2008 PRIMARIES


Alabama primary
Alaska caucus
Arizona primary
Arkansas primary
California primary
Colorado caucus
Delaware primary
Georgia primary
Idaho primary
Illinois primary
Missouri primary
New Jersey primary
New Mexico caucus
New York primary
North Dakota caucus
Oklahoma primary
Tennessee primary
Utah primary


February (remaining)

February 9, 2008 Lousiana primary
February 9 2008 Nebraska caucus
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February 10, 2008 Maine caucus
February 12, 2008 District of Columbia primary
February 12, 2008 Maryland primary
February 12, 2008 Virginia primary
February 19, 2008 Wisconsin primary
February 26, 2008 Hawaii primary

March

March, 2008 American Samoa primary
March, 2008 Democrats Abroad primary
March, 2008 Guam primary
March, 2008 U.S. Virgin Islands primary
March, 2008 Wyoming primary
March 4, 2008 Connecticut primary
March 4, 2008 Massachusetts primary
March 4, 2008 Minnesota
March 4, 2008 Ohio primary
March 4, 2008 Rhode Island primary
March 4, 2008 Texas[21] primary
March 4, 2008 Ohio primary
March 8, 2008 Kansas primary
March 11, 2008 Mississippi primary

Post-March

April 22, 2008 Pennsylvania primary
May 6, 2008 Indiana primary
May 6, 2008 North Carolina primary
May 13, 2008 West Virginia primary
May 20, 2008 Kentucky primary
May 20, 2008 Oregon primary
June 1, 2008 Puerto Rico primary
June 3, 2008 Montana primary
June 3, 2008 South Dakota primary

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