Presidential election primaries

Monday, December 17, 2007 | 6:49 p.m. CST; updated 7:46 a.m. CDT, Tuesday, July 22, 2008

The first few presidential primary elections or caucuses of 2008 could determine who receives the presidential nomination from each party. Here’s a list of when states are holding their primaries:

Jan. 3: Iowa (caucus)

Jan. 5: Wyoming (Republican, caucus)

Jan. 8: New Hampshire

Jan. 15: Michigan

Jan. 19: Nevada (caucus), South Carolina (Republican)

Jan. 25: Hawaii (Republican, caucus)

Jan. 26: South Carolina (Democratic)

Jan. 29: Florida

Feb. 1: Maine (Republican, caucus)

Feb. 5: Alabama, Alaska (caucus), Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado (caucus), Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Idaho (Democratic, caucus), Illinois, Kansas (Democratic, caucus), Massachusetts, Minnesota (caucus), Missouri, New Jersey, New Mexico (Democratic, caucus), New York, North Dakota (caucus), Oklahoma, Tennessee, Utah

Feb. 9: Kansas (Republican, caucus), Louisiana, Nebraska (Democratic, caucus)

Feb. 10: Maine (Democratic, caucus)

Feb. 12: District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia,

Feb. 19: Hawaii (Democratic, caucus), Washington state, Wisconsin

March 4: Ohio, Rhode Island, Texas, Vermont

March 8: Wyoming (Democratic, caucus)

March 11: Mississippi

April 22: Pennsylvania

April 28: Washington (Democratic, caucus)

May 6: Indiana, North Carolina

May 13: Nebraska, West Virginia

May 20: Kentucky, Oregon

May 27: Idaho

June 3: Montana, New Mexico (Republican) South Dakota

All information obtained from the Federal Elections Commission.

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