The earliest state primaries for 2020 are held March 3 and the latest in mid-September. June and August are the busiest months for state primaries.

AlabamaMarch 3 primary
AlaskaApril 4 (D) party-run primary, none (R)
ArizonaMarch 17 primary (D), none (R)
ArkansasMarch 3 primary
CaliforniaMarch 3 primary
ColoradoMarch 3 primary
ConnecticutApril 28 primary
DelawareApril 28 primary
FloridaMarch 17 primary
GeorgiaMarch 24 primary
HawaiiApril 4 (D) party-run primary, March 10 (R) caucus
IdahoMarch 10 primary
IllinoisMarch 17 primary
IndianaMay 5 primary
IowaFeb. 3 caucuses (both parties)
KansasMay 2 (D) party-run primary, none (R)
KentuckyMay 19 (D) primary, March 21* (R) caucus
LouisianaApril 4 primary
MaineMarch 3 primary
MarylandApril 28 primary
MassachusettsMarch 3 primary
MichiganMarch 10 primary
MinnesotaMarch 3 primary
MississippiMarch 10 primary
MissouriMarch 10 primary
MontanaJune 2 primary
NebraskaMay 12 primary
NevadaFeb. 22 (D) caucus, none (R)
New HampshireFeb. 11 primary
New JerseyJune 2 primary
New MexicoJune 2 primary
New YorkApril 28 primary
North CarolinaMarch 3 primary
North DakotaMarch 10 (D) party-run primary, TBD (R) caucus
OhioMarch 17 primary
OklahomaMarch 3 primary
OregonMay 19 primary
PennsylvaniaApril 28 primary
Rhode IslandApril 28 primary
South CarolinaFeb. 29 (D) primary, none (R)
South DakotaJune 2 primary
TennesseeMarch 3 primary
TexasMarch 3 primary
UtahMarch 3 primary
VermontMarch 3 primary
VirginiaMarch 3 primary (D), none (R)
WashingtonMarch 10 primary
West VirginiaMay 12 primary
WisconsinApril 7 primary
WyomingApril 4 caucus, (R) TBD
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