2000 US Presidential Primary Election Dates

This table shows the dates of primary and caucus elections for the Democratic and Republican parties for the 2000 presidential election.

DATE PRIMARY or CAUCUS GOP Delegates DEM Delegates
Jan. 24 Iowa caucus
Alaska caucus
25
23
56
Feb. 1 New Hampshire
17
29
Feb. 8 Delaware
12
Feb. 19 South Carolina
37
Feb. 22 Arizona
Michigan
30
58
Feb. 23 Nevada caucus
(part State; see 3/21)
17
Feb. 29 North Dakota caucus
Virginia
Washington
19
56
37
March 7
Super Tuesday
California
Connecticut
Georgia
Hawaii caucus
Idaho caucus
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Minnesota caucus
Missouri
New York
North Dakota caucus
Ohio
Rhode Island
Vermont
Washington caucus
162
25
54


14
31
37

35
101

69
14
12
434
67
92
33
23
32
92
118

92
294
22
170
32
22
94
March 9 South Carolina
52
March 10 Colorado
Utah
Wyoming caucus
40
29
22
61
29
March 11 Arizona
Michigan
Minnesota caucus
55
157
91
March 12 Nevada caucus
29
March 14 Florida
Louisiana
Mississippi
Oklahoma
Tennessee
Texas
80
29
33
38
37
124
186
74
48
53
81
231
March 21 Illinois
Nevada (rest of State)
74
189
March 25 Wyoming
18
March 27 Delaware caucus
22
March 28 Wyoming caucus
April 4 Kansas
Pennsylvania
Wisconsin
35
78
37
42
191
92
April 15, 17 Virginia caucus
97
April 22 Alaska caucus
19
April 25 Minnesota
34
May 2 D.C.
Indiana
North Carolina
15
55
62
32
88
103
May 9 Nebraska
West Virginia
30
18
32
42
May 16 Oregon
24
58
May 19 Hawaii
14
May 23 Arkansas
Idaho
Kentucky
24
28
31
48

58
June 6 Alabama
Montana
New Jersey
New Mexico
South Dakota
44
23
54
21
22
63
24
124
35
22
July 31-August 3: Republican Party Convention in Philadelphia. To win, candidates need 1034 delegates out of 2066.
August 1-17: Democratic Party Convention in Los Angeles. To win, candidates need 2169 delegates out of 4336.

 

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