All the Dates You Need to Know For the 2020 Primaries, No Matter Where You Live

Alexandra Lykins
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The 2020 primaries are underway, and voter registration deadlines and election days are different in every state. We've partnered with When We All Vote to make sure that all eligible voters across the country are registered and ready to vote in their state's presidential primary election. Below you will find a handy state-by-state breakdown of registration deadlines and voting dates. Now get out there and register before it's too late!

February Registration Deadlines

  • Alabama: Feb. 17
  • Arizona: Feb. 18
  • Arkansas: Feb. 3
  • California*: Feb. 18
  • Colorado*: Feb. 24
  • Florida: Feb. 18
  • Georgia: Feb. 24
  • Idaho*: Feb. 14
  • Maine*: Feb. 11
  • Massachusetts: Feb. 12
  • Michigan*: Feb. 24
  • Minnesota*: Feb. 11
  • Mississippi: Feb. 10
  • Missouri: Feb. 12
  • North Carolina: Feb. 7
  • Ohio: Feb. 18
  • Oklahoma: Feb. 7
  • Tennessee: Feb. 3
  • Texas: Feb. 3
  • Utah*: Feb. 25
  • Virginia: Feb. 10
  • Vermont*: Feb. 3

*Same-day registration available

March Registration Deadlines

  • Illinois*: March 1
  • Louisiana: March 14
  • Rhode Island: March 29
  • Washington*: March 2

*Same-day registration available

April Registration Deadlines

  • Connecticut: April 27
  • Delaware: April 4
  • Indiana: April 6
  • Kentucky: April 20
  • Maryland*: April 7
  • New York: April 3
  • Oregon: April 28
  • Pennsylvania: April 13
  • Wisconsin*: April 3
  • West Virginia: April 21

*Same-day registration available

Primary Elections

  • Alabama: March 3
  • Alaska Democratic Primary: April 4
  • Arizona Democratic Primary: March 17
  • Arkansas: March 3
  • California: March 3
  • Colorado: March 3
  • Connecticut: April 28
  • Delaware: April 28
  • District of Columbia: June 2
  • Florida: March 17
  • Georgia: March 24
  • Hawaii Democratic Primary: April 4
  • Idaho: March 10
  • Illinois: March 17
  • Indiana: May 5
  • Kansas Democratic Primary: May 2
  • Kentucky: May 19
  • Louisiana: April 4
  • Maine: March 3
  • Maryland: April 28
  • Massachusetts: March 3
  • Michigan: March 10
  • Minnesota: March 3
  • Mississippi: March 10
  • Missouri: March 10
  • Montana: June 2
  • Nebraska: May 12
  • Nevada Democratic Caucus: Feb. 22
  • New Hampshire: Feb. 11
  • New Jersey: June 2
  • New Mexico: June 2
  • New York: April 28
  • North Carolina: March 3
  • North Dakota Democratic Caucus: March 10
  • Ohio: March 17
  • Oklahoma: March 3
  • Oregon: May 19
  • Pennsylvania: April 28
  • Puerto Rico Democratic Primary: March 29
  • Puerto Rico Republican Primary: June 7
  • Rhode Island: April 28
  • South Carolina: Feb. 29
  • South Dakota: June 2
  • Tennessee: March 3
  • Texas: March 3
  • Utah: March 3
  • Vermont: March 3
  • Virginia Democratic Primary: March 3
  • Virgin Islands Republican Caucus: March 12
  • Virgin Islands Democratic Primary: June 6
  • Washington: March 10
  • West Virginia: May 12
  • Wisconsin: April 7
  • Wyoming Democratic Caucus: April 4

Want to print this out? Check out the handy guide from When We All Vote!