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We Do This Every Four Years

With March madness pouring in on us from all sides (did your brackets collapse as fast as mine did?), with the summer Olympics gearing up, gardens demanding attention, and (most important) spring youth league sports getting started, we still spend large chunks of our time and attention on this marathon race for the White House 2016.

First, let’s recap:


Primary season kicks off in Iowa...with caucuses. Whoever comes out on top will get lots of attention ahead of the other primaries. Democratic: Clinton 49.9%, Sanders 49.6%, O’Malley .6% Republican: Cruz 27.6%, Trump 24.3%, Rubio 23.1%, Carson 9.3%, Paul 4.5%, Bush 2.8%, Fiorina 1.9%, Kasich 1.9%, Huckabee 1.8%, Christie 1.8%, Santorum 1%.


It’s the GOP’s final face-off before the New Hampshire primary. The ones who didn’t get any Iowa love will be desperate to make a big impression. Participants: Donald Trump, Sen. Ted Cruz, Sen. Marco Rubio, Dr. Ben Carson, former Gov. Jeb Bush, Gov. Chris Christie and Gov. John Kasich.]

APR 2 Republican primary in North Dakota

APR 5 Wisconsin

APR 9 Democratic primary in Wyoming

APR 19 New York

APR 26 Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island

MAY 10 West Virginia (D&R) and Nebraska (R)

MAY 17 Oregon (D&R) and Kentucky (D)

MAY 24 Republican primary in Washington

JUN 3 Indiana

JUN 7 California, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, and South Dakota (D&R); North Dakota (D)

JUN 14 District of Columbia

July 18-21 North Carolina Primary

July 25-28 GOP National Convention

Sept 8 Democratic National Convention

September 26 Voter Registration Deadline

October 4 First Presidential Debate

October 9 Vice Presidential Debate

October 11 Last Day to Register to Vote

October 19 Second Presidential Debate

October 24 First Day for Early Voting for Texas

Nov 8 Voting Day

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