New Hampshire Primary Is This Tuesday! Find Out Where To Go
New Hampshire voters will participate Tuesday in the nation’s first presidential primary of the 2016 election. Voting times vary by precinct and residents had to register by Jan. 31 to vote in the primary. (Registered voters do not need to be a declared member of either party in order to vote.) New Hampshire residents can find their polling places and check their voter registration status at the Secretary of State website.
Wondering when you’ll have a chance to cast your ballot? Check out our Election 2016 calendar below.
- February 20, 2016: Nevada Democratic caucus and South Carolina Republican primary
- February 23, 2016: Nevada Republican caucus
- February 27, 2016: South Carolina Democratic primary
- March 1, 2016: “Super Tuesday” primaries in Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont and Virginia; Alaska Republican caucus
- March 5, 2016: Kansas and Louisiana primaries; Kentucky and Maine Republican caucuses; and Nebraska Democratic caucus
- March 6, 2016: Maine Democratic caucus
- March 8, 2016: Primaries in Michigan and Mississippi, Hawaii Republican caucus and Idaho Republican primary
- March 15, 2016: Primary elections in Florida, Illinois, Missouri, North Carolina and Ohio
- March 22, 2016: Arizona and Utah primaries and Idaho Democratic caucus
- March 26, 2016: Democratic caucuses in Alaska, Hawaii and Washington
- April 5, 2016: Wisconsin primary
- April 9, 2016: Wyoming Democratic caucus
- April 19, 2016: New York primary
- April 26, 2016: Primary elections in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island
- May 3, 2016: Indiana primary
- May 10, 2016: West Virginia primary and Nebraska Republican primary
- May 17, 2016: Oregon primary and Kentucky Democratic primary
- May 24, 2016: Washington Republican primary
- June 7, 2016: Primary elections in California, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico and South Dakota and the North Dakota Democratic caucus
- June 14, 2016: District of Columbia primary
- July 18-21, 2016, Cleveland, OH: Republican National Convention
- July 25-28, 2016, Philadelphia, PA: Democratic National Convention
- November 8, 2016: Election day!
After primary/caucus season, MSCI will work with its members to set up voter registration events for industry employees. Stay tuned to Connecting the Dots in the coming weeks for more information.
In the meantime, interested in learning which candidates have the most delegates? Bloomberg is keeping track. With only the Iowa caucuses settled, Hillary Clinton has 29 delegates on the Democratic side while Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) has 21. (The first Democrat to secure 2,387 delegates will win the nomination.) For Republicans, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) leads with eight delegates, Donald Trump and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) each have seven and Ben Carson has three. Jeb Bush, Gov. John Kasich (R-OH) and Carly Fiorina each have one delegate. (Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky also has one, but suspended his campaign last week.) A GOP candidate needs 1,237 delegates to secure the nomination.