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Election 2022: Upcoming Events

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Question of the Month

Which party do you favor in the elections this year?

Please answer the poll only once.

You're the One That I Want
Cannot decide, they are all lovely: 0 votes (0%)
Democrats: 9 votes (81.82%)
Independent candidates: 0 votes (0%)
Other party: 0 votes (0%)
Republicans: 0 votes (0%)
A pox on all their houses: 2 votes (18.18%)
Total Votes: 11

Upcoming Events

In each election cycle, states hold primaries or caucuses to determine which candidates will represent their party on the November ballot. In most cases, this will result in one Democrat and one Republican being chosen on primary day. There are a few exceptions such as California's "top two" primary system wherein the top two vote getters, regardless of party affiliation, will appear on the general election ballot in November. Texas began the primary season on March 1st.

June 21st

  • Arkansas (runoffs)
  • Georgia (runoffs)
  • Virginia

June 28th

  • Colorado
  • Illinois
  • Mississippi (runoffs)
  • New York
  • Oklahoma
  • South Carolina (runoffs)
  • Utah

July 19th

  • Maryland

July 26th

  • Alabama (runoffs)
  • North Carolina (runoffs)

August 2nd

  • Arizona
  • Kansas
  • Michigan
  • Missouri
  • Washington (top two primary)

August 4th

  • Tennessee

August 9th

  • Connecticut
  • Minnesota
  • Vermont
  • Wisconsin

August 13th

  • Hawaii

August 16th

  • Alaska (top four primaries)
  • South Dakota (runoffs)
  • Wyoming

August 23rd

  • Florida
  • Oklahoma (runoffs)

September 6th

  • Massachusetts

September 13th

  • Delaware
  • New Hampshire
  • Rhode Island

November 8th

  • Louisiana (hybrid primaries)
  • National - General Election

December 10th

  • Louisiana (runoffs)

NOTE: Primary schedule courtesy of 270 to Win

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