Elections

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many states are rescheduling their state and national primaries out of an abundance of caution to voters and poll workers. Learn what each state is doing in the maps below.

Date of primary remains the same

Primary election already held

Rescheduled date of primary

No primary

State Primary Elections

Click a state for the date of the election.

District of Columbia – Date remains the same – June 16

American Samoa – No primary

Guam – Date remains the same – Aug. 29

Northern Mariana Islands – No primary

Puerto Rico – Date remains the same – June 7

U.S. Virgin Islands – Date remains the same – Aug. 1

Date of primary remains the same

Primary election already held

Rescheduled date of primary

No primary

National Primary Elections

Click a state for the date of the election.

District of Columbia – Date remains the same – June 2

American Samoa – Election held – March 3

Guam – Date remains the same – May 2

Northern Mariana Islands – Election held – March 14

Puerto Rico – Rescheduled date of primary – Now April 26

U.S. Virgin Islands – Date remains the same – June 6