2016 Republican President Primary Voting Dates by State

Below is a schedule by State when Republican Primaries will be held.  (*) indicates that the primary is in the form of a caucus.

1,237 Delegates will be needed to win the Republican Presidential Primary.

 

March 1st, 2016: 689 Delegates

  • Alabama, 50 Delegates, Proportional, O
  • Alaska*, 28 Delegates, Proportional, C
  • Arkansas, 40 Delegates, Proportional, O
  • Colorado*, 37 Delegates, Unbound, C
  • Georgia, 76 Delegates, Proportional, O
  • Massachusetts, 42 Delegates, Proportional, M
  • Minnesota*, 38 Delegates, Proportional, O
  • North Dakota*, 28 Delegates, Unbound, C
  • Oklahoma, 43 Delegates, Proportional, C
  • Tennessee, 58 Delegates, Proportional, O
  • Texas, 155 Delegates, Proportional, O
  • Vermont, 16 Delegates, Proportional, O
  • Virginia, 49 Delegates, Proportional, O
  • Wyoming*, 29 Delegates, Unbound, O

March 5th, 2016:  155 Delegates

  • Kansas*, 40 Delegates, Proportional, O
  • Kentucky*, 45 Delegates, Proportional, C
  • Louisiana, 47 Delegates, Proportional, C
  • Maine*, 23 Delegates, Proportional, C

March 6th, 2016:  23 Delegates

  • Puerto Rico, 23 Delegates, Proportional, O

March 8th, 2016:  150 Delegates

  • Hawaii*, 19 Delegates, Proportional, C
  • Idaho, 32 Delegates, Proportional, C
  • Michigan, 59 Delegates, Proportional. O
  • Mississippi, 40 Delegates, Proportional, O

March 12th, 2016:  28 Delegates

  • Guam, 9 Delegates, Unbound, C
  • District of Columbia*, 19 Delegates, Proportional, C

March 15th, 2016:  367 Delegates

  • Florida, 99 Delegates, Winner Take All, C
  • Illinois, 69 Delegates, Mixed, O
  • Missouri, 52 Delegates, Winner Take All, O
  • N. Carolina, 72 Delegates, Proportional, M
  • N. Mariana Islands*, 9 Delegates, Winner Take All, C
  • Ohio, Delegates, 66, Winner Take All, M

March 19th, 2016:  9 Delegates

  • Virgin Islands*, 9 Delegates, Winner Take All, O

March 22nd, 2016:  107 Delegates 

  • American Samoa*, 9 Delegates, Unbound, O
  • Arizona, 58 Delegates, Winner Take All, C
  • Utah, 40 Delegates, Proportional, C
April 5th, 2016: 42 Delegates
  • Wisconsin, 42 Delegates, Winner Take All, O

April 19th, 2016:  95 Delegates

  • New York, 95 Delegates, Proportional, C

April 26th, 2016:  172 Delegates

  • Connecticut, 28 Delegates, Proportional, C
  • Delaware, 16 Delegates, Winner Take All, C
  • Maryland, 38 Delegates, Winner Take All, C
  • Pennsylvania, 71 Delegates, Mixed, C
  • Rhode Island, 19 Delegates, Proportional, M

May 3rd, 2016:  57 Delegates

  • Indiana, 57 Delegates, Winner Take all, O

May 10th, 2016:  73 Delegates

  • Nebraska, 36 Delegates, C
  • West Virginia, 37 Delegates, Direct Election, M

May 17th, 2016:  28 Delegates

  • Oregon, 28 Delegates, Proportional, C

May 24th, 2016:  44 Delegates

  • Washington, 44 Delegates, Proportional, C

June 7th, 2016:  300 Delegates

  • California, 172 Delegates, Winner Take all, M
  • Montana, 27 Delegates, Winner Take all, O
  • New Jersey, 51 Delegates, Winner Take all, C
  • New Mexico, 24 Delegates, Proportional, C
  • South Dakota, 26 Delegates, Winner Take all, C

Proportional:  Delegates are awarded based on the percentage of the vote received by the candidates.

Winner Take All:  All delegates awarded to the winner.

Mixed:  Some delegates are reserved for the winner, some may be divided proportionally.

C = Closed to non Republicans

O = Open, anyone can vote

M = Mixed, Unaffiliated voters can vote in either primary

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2 thoughts on “2016 Republican President Primary Voting Dates by State”

  1. And I assume your readers may be aware that Trump’s name can’t even get on the Republican Convention floor unless he has at least 8 states locked up. Go Trump!

    1. Even though we have many first time voters this election, I hope they all understand the total delegates needed and the minimum requirements for the nomination process. Thanks for following.
      RD Pierini

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