General Election Day is Nov. 2, 2004, for both presidential and congressional elections and many state elections. Each state, however, has its own primary schedule.

For more information, search by state name or chronological order:

 

 

 

 

 

 

DATE STATE
Jan. 19 Iowa
Jan. 27 New Hampshire
Feb. 3 South Carolina
Missouri
Delaware
Oklahoma
Arizona
New Mexico
North Dakota
Feb. 6-9 Democrats abroad
Feb. 7 Michigan
Washington
Feb. 8 Maine
Feb. 10 Virginia
Tennessee
Washington D.C. (Republican caucus)
Feb. 14 Washington D.C. (Democratic caucus)
Nevada
Feb. 17 Wisconsin
Feb. 24 Idaho
Utah
Hawaii
Mar. 2 'SUPER TUESDAY'
Georgia
Vermont
Ohio
Connecticut
Maryland
Massachusetts
Minnesota
New York
Rhode Island
California
Mar. 8 America Samoa
Mar. 9 'SUPER TUESDAY II'
Florida
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Mar.13 Kansas
Mar. 16 Illinois
Mar. 20 Wyoming
Alaska
Guam
Apr. 13 Colorado
Apr. 17 North Carolina
Virgin Islands
Apr. 27 Pennsylvania
May 4 Indiana
May 11 West Virginia
Nebraska
May 18 Kentucky
  Arkansas
Oregon
June 1 Alabama
South Dakota
June 6 Puerto Rico
June 8 New Jersey
Montana
Nov. 2 GENERAL ELECTION DAY

 

OTHER IMPORTANT DATES:

Nov. 1: Natural Law Party presidential nominating convention in Columbus, Ohio
May 27-31: Libertarian Party presidential nominating convention in Atlanta, Ga.
June 22-27: Constitution Party presidential nominating convention in Valley Forge, Penn.
July 26-29: Democratic National Convention in Boston, Mass.
July TBD: Green Party presidential nominating convention in Philadelphia, Penn.
Aug. 30-Sep. 2: Republican National Convention in New York City