Do You Still Need to vote in the 2020 Primary? Short answer is, probably.
The 2020 primary elections, on the national level at least, were not cancelled but postponed to allow governors to figure out how to hold these elections safely.
We have had a few primaries and caucuses since states have begun their lock-down.
- Wisconsin had both their Democratic and Republican primaries on April 7th.
- Alaska had their Democratic primary on April the 10th
- Wyoming had their Democratic cactus on April 17th.
- Ohio had their Democratic primary on April 28th.
- Guam had their Democratic caucus and Kansas had their Democratic primary on May the 2nd.
Looking into May
- Wyoming will have its Republican convention on May the 9th.
- Nebraska will have its Democratic and Republican primaries on May 12th.
- Oregon will have its Democratic and Republican primaries on May 19th.
- Hawaii will have its Democratic primary on May 22nd.
- US Virgin Islands will have its Republican cactus May 30th.
If we move on to June we see many states have rescheduled their Democratic and Republican primaries for JUNE 2nd. These states include:
- Washington DC
- New Mexico
- Rhode Island
- South Dakota
Moving on to the rest of the primary election season:
- The US Virgin Islands will be having their Democratic caucus on June 6th.
- Puerto Rico will be having its Republican cactus on June 7th.
- Georgia and West Virginia will be having its Democratic and Republican primaries on June 9th.
- Kentucky and New York will be having its Democratic and Republican primaries on June 23rd.
- New Jersey will be having its Democratic and Republican primaries on July 7th.
- Louisiana will be having its Democratic and Republican primaries on July 11th.
- Connecticut will be having its Democratic and Republican primaries on August 11th.
- Puerto Rico hasn’t announced its rescheduled Democratic Caucus as of the time of this article.
If your state has an upcoming election look on your state’s election website to see how the election will take place. Will it be a mail in vote? Do you need to apply for a ballot? All of this information will be online. If you are confused email or call your states local election board.