Primaries are going to take place on at least a weekly basis beginning in early August with Tennessee’s Aug. 2 Thursday primary, continuing into mid-September.
Here’s a look ahead at the remaining scheduled primary dates finishing out this midterm election runup:
|STATE||PRIMARY | RUNOFF DATE|
|Tennessee||Aug. 2 (Thursday)|
|Kansas||Aug. 7 (Tuesday)|
|Hawaii||Aug. 11 (Saturday)|
|Connecticut||Aug. 14 (Tuesday)|
|Alaska||Aug. 21 (Tuesday)|
|Arizona||Aug. 28 (Tuesday)|
|Massachusetts||Sept. 4 (Tuesday)|
|Delaware||Sept. 6 (Thursday)|
|New Hampshire||Sept. 11 (Tuesday)|
|Rhode Island||Sept. 12 (Wednesday)||New York||Sept. 13 (Thursday)*|
|Louisiana||Nov. 6 (Tuesday) | Dec. 8** (Saturday)|
* New York held its primary for federal offices on June 26; its primary for state and local elections is Sept. 13.
** Louisiana holds its primary for all parties on the same day the rest of the country holds the general election. If needed, a runoff is held in December.