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Midterm elections 2018: When are the primaries? A state-by-state list

This year will see primaries in all 50 states in advance of the midterm elections in November.

The winners of the primaries -- and runoffs, if necessary -- will face off in the Nov. 6 General Election. 

Here is a list of primaries by state and a list by date.

 2018 primary elections by state – (the second date is for runoff election if needed)

  • Alabama - June 5 | July 17
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  • Alaska - Aug. 21
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  • Arizona - Aug. 28
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  • Arkansas - May 22 | June 19
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  • California - June 5
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  • Colorado - June 26
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  • Connecticut - Aug. 14
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  • Delaware - Sept. 6
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  • Florida - Aug. 28
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  • Georgia - May 22 | July 24
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  • Hawaii - Aug. 11 
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  • Idaho - May 15
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  • Illinois - March 20
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  • Indiana - May 8
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  • Iowa - June 5
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  • Kansas - Aug. 7
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  • Kentucky - May 22
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  • Louisiana - Nov. 6 | Dec. 8 (Louisiana holds its primary on General Election day; if a runoff is needed, it will be in December
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  • Maine - June 12
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  • Maryland - June 26
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  • Massachusetts - Sept. 4
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  • Michigan - Aug. 7
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  • Minnesota - Aug. 14
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  • Mississippi - June 5 | June 26
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  • Missouri - Aug. 7
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  • Montana - June 5
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  • Nebraska May 15
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  • Nevada - June 12
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  • New Hampshire - Sept. 11
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  • New Jersey - June 5
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  • New Mexico - June 5
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  • New York - Sept. 13
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  • North Carolina - May 8
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  • North Dakota - June 12
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  • Ohio - May 8
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  • Oklahoma - June 26 | Aug. 28
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  • Oregon - May 15
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  • Pennsylvania - May 15
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  • Rhode Island - Sept. 12
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  • South Carolina - June 12 | June 26
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  • South Dakota - June 5
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  • Tennessee - Aug. 2 
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  • Texas - Mar 6 | May 22
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  • Utah - June 26
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  • Vermont - Aug. 14
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  • Virginia - June 12
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  • Washington - Aug. 7
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  • West Virginia - May 8
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  • Wisconsin - Aug. 14
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  • Wyoming - Aug. 21

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Here are the primary elections by date:

     
  • March 6 – Texas
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  • March 20 – Illinois
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  • May 8 – Indiana, North Carolina, Ohio, West Virginia
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  • May 15 – Idaho, Nebraska, Oregon, Pennsylvania
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  • May 22 – Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky
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  • June 5 – Alabama, California, Iowa, Mississippi, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, South Dakota
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  • June 12 – Maine, Nevada, North Dakota, South Carolina, Virginia
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  • June 26 – Colorado, Maryland, New York, Oklahoma, Utah
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  • Aug. 2 – Tennessee
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  • Aug. 7 – Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, Washington
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  • Aug. 11 – Hawaii
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  • Aug. 14 – Connecticut, Minnesota, Vermont, Wisconsin
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  • Aug. 21 – Alaska, Wyoming
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  • Aug. 28 – Arizona, Florida
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  • Sept. 4 – Massachusetts
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  • Sept. 6 – Delaware
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  • Sept. 11 – New Hampshire
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  • Sept. 12 – Rhode Island
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  • Nov. 6 – Louisiana
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  • Nov. 6 – General Election
FORT WORTH, TX - MARCH 1: Voters line up to cast their ballots on Super Tuesday March 1, 2016 in Fort Worth, Texas. 13 states and American Samoa are holding presidential primary elections, with over 1400 delegates at stake. (Photo by (Ron Jenkins/Getty Images)) (Ron Jenkins/Getty Images)

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