Tennessee is one of the states (and one territory) that voted on “Super Tuesday”. This was the state the endured tornadoes the night before the primary.Continue Reading “What Happened in the 2020 Tennessee Primary”
American Samoa (also called the Territory of American Samoa) is an unincorporated territory of the United States. It took part in the 2020 Democratic Caucus on Super Tuesday, with 14 states on Super Tuesday (March 3, 2020).
The Republicans will hold their American Samoa convention on March 24, 2020. I will update this blog with the results of the Republican Caucus when the results are known.Continue Reading “What Happened in the 2020 American Samoa Caucuses”
Vermont is one of many states (and a territory) that voted on “Super Tuesday”. Senator Bernie Sanders, who is running for president, represents the State of Vermont in the U.S. Senate.
The Vermont Elections Division posted a sample Democratic ballot and a sample Republican ballot. Each candidate is listed with their home state after their name.Continue Reading “What Happened in the 2020 Vermont Primary”
Virginia takes part in “Super Tuesday”, a day when several other states are voting. Virginia voters do not have to register by party. The Virginia Department of Elections explains why:Continue Reading “What Happened in the 2020 Virginia Primary”
South Carolina is “First in the South” to hold a presidential preference primary in 2020. The South Carolina Democratic Presidential Preference Primary was held on February 29, 2020. The South Carolina Republican Party chose not to hold a Presidential Preference Primary this year.Continue Reading “What Happened in the 2020 South Carolina Primary”
California has some of the most efficient, disability-friendly, and secure ways for eligible voters to cast their vote. This year, for the first time, California is going to be part of “Super Tuesday”. This gives California more relevance and influence in the election than it had in the 2016 presidential primary.Continue Reading “How I Voted in the 2020 Presidential Primary”
The Nevada Caucuses are the “First in the West Caucus“. The first caucus of every political season is held in Iowa. This year, the Nevada Democratic Party had more than 80 early voting locations and more than 250 Caucus Day locations. The goal was to make the caucus as accessible and expansive as possible.
The Nevada Republican Party chose not to hold a 2020 caucus. On September 7, 2019, ABC News reported that the Nevada GOP voted to opt out of its caucus process, but stopped short of nominating Trump. Instead, state party officials on the central committee will participate in an endorsement vote, which could bind the state’s delegates to the president at a later date.Continue Reading “What Happened at the 2020 Nevada Caucuses”
The New Hampshire 2020 primary was held on February 11. The day before the primary was filled with events hosted by several candidates. Three tiny New Hampshire towns voted at midnight.Continue Reading “What Happened in the 2020 New Hampshire Primary”
Iowa is the first state to vote in the primaries. In many other states, people vote by going to their polling station, marking their ballot, and handing it in. Iowa has a caucus. (1) One of the things I find interesting about caucuses is that there is plenty of room for unexpected things to happen.
The 2020 Iowa Caucuses happened on February 3.Read more
The U.S. presidential election will be the biggest focus in the 2020 election season. In addition, there will be some elections for U.S. Senators and U.S. Representatives. Here is a list of people who have decided not to run for reelection in 2020.Continue Reading “People NOT Running for Re-election in 2020”