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 John Adams

We The People

NEW HAMPSHIRE: Don Bolduc (R) will run next year vs US Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D). https://uselections.com/nh/nh.htm

MAINE: House Speaker Sara Gideon (D) will challenge US Senator Susan Collins (R) next year. https://uselections.com/me/me.htm

INDIANA District 5: Micah Beckwith (R) enters open race for retiring Congresswoman Susan Brooks's seat. https://uselections.com/in/in.htm

PRESIDENT 2020: Joe Sestak (D-PA) enters presidential race. https://uselections.com/pres.htm

NEW YORK District 14: Jineea Butler (R) enters the race vs Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D). https://uselections.com/ny/ny.htm

IOWA District 1: Thomas Hansen (R) and Darren White (R) both enter the race this week vs freshman Congresswoman Abby Finkenauer (D). District 2: Thomas Kedley (R) exited the race. https://uselections.com/ia/ia.htm

LOUISIANA: Changed its state law and moved the 2020 presidential primaries back from the first Saturday in March, to April 4 (first Saturday in April). https://uselections.com/la/la.htm

MAINE: New law enacted. Switching from traditional presidential caucuses to primaries, to be held on “Super Tuesday” next March. https://uselections.com/me/me.htm

ALABAMA: Roy Moore (R) will run vs US Senator Doug Jones (D) next year. https://uselections.com/al/al.htm

NEW YORK District 15: Eric Stevenson (D) will run for the open congressional seat. https://uselections.com/ny/ny.htm

ARKANSAS District 3: Celeste Williams (D) to run vs Congressman Steve Womack (R). https://uselections.com/ar/ar.htm

FLORIDA District 6: Clint Curtis (D) enters the race vs freshman Congressman Mike Waltz (R). District 15: Adam Hattersley (D) to enter race vs Congressman Ross Spano (R). Andrew Learned (D) to exit race, will run for Hattersley's newly open State House seat. https://uselections.com/fl/fl.htm

DELAWARE: Lee Murphy (R) to run again vs Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester (D). https://uselections.com/de/de.htm

MICHIGAN District 3: Nick Colvin (D) enters the race vs Congressman Justin Amash (R). https://uselections.com/mi/mi.htm

CALIFORNIA District 28: Maebe A. Girl (D) to run vs Congressman Adam Schiff (D). https://uselections.com/ca/ca.htm

MINNESOTA District 5: Danielle Stella (R) and Brent Whaley (R) to run vs Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (DFL). https://uselections.com/mn/mn.htm

ALABAMA: Secretary of State John Merrill (R) will announce his US Senate candidacy next week. https://uselections.com/al/al.htm

INDIANA District 5: Dee Thornton (D) to run for now newly open congressional seat. https://uselections.com/in/in.htm

MONTANA: State Auditor Matt Rosendale (R) to enter the open seat congressional race. https://uselections.com/mt/mt.htm

NORTH CAROLINA: Cal Cunningham (D) exited the open Lieutenant Governor's race and entered the race vs US Senator Thom Tillis (R). https://uselections.com/nc/nc.htm

Ella M. writes...

"In a Presidential primary, how are delegates allocated to candidates? I'm told there is more than one way."


Good question Ella.

This can be confusing as each state and party awards delegates differently.

WINNER TAKE ALL. All the delegates are awarded to the winner of the primary. Example: 50 Delegates can be awarded in State X's primary. Candidate A wins and is awarded all 50 delegates. All other candidates are awarded 0 delegates.

PROPORTIONAL. Delegates are awarded to candidates based on the percentage of the vote they each received (or via some formula of dividing up delegates). Example: 50 Delegates can be awarded in State X's primary/caucus. Candidate A wins and is awarded 35 delegates, while Candidate B is awarded 15 delegates.

WINNER TAKE MOST. Some delegates are awarded to the winner, while other delegates may be divided proportionally.

UNBOUND. Delegates are not bound to any candidate and delegates can support the candidate of their choosing.

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DEMOCRATIC primary/caucus delegates. Delegates are proportionally allocated to candidates based on their percentage share of a state's primary or caucus vote.

REPUBLICAN primary/caucus delegates. Varies by state: Proportional, Winner-Take-All, or Winner-Take-Most.

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Check your state and/or party for details.

MONTANA: Secretary of State Corey Stapleton (R) exited race for Governor, entered the open congressional race. https://uselections.com/mt/mt.htm

IOWA District 3: Brad Huss (R) enters the race vs freshman Congresswoman Cindy Axne (D). https://uselections.com/ia/ia.htm

INDIANA District 5: Four-term Congresswoman Susan Brooks (R) will not seek reelection in 2020. https://uselections.com/in/in.htm

ILLINOIS: Tom Tarter (R) enters the race vs US Senator Dick Durbin (D). https://uselections.com/il/il.htm

WYOMING: South Dakota resident Carol Hafner (D) to run for US Congress in Wyoming. Yana Ludwig (D) and California teacher Chuck Jagoda (D) to run for US Senate in WY. https://uselections.com/wy/wy.htm

TEXAS District 28: Jessica Cisneros (D) to run vs Congressman Henry Cuellar (D). https://uselections.com/tx/tx.htm

MAINE: Betsy Sweet (D) to run vs US Senator Susan Collins (R). https://uselections.com/me/me.htm

NEW YORK District 16: Andom Ghebreghiorgis (D) is running vs Congressman Eliot Engel (D). District 17: Lola Osoria to run vs Congresswoman Nita Lowey (D). https://uselections.com/ny/ny.htm

MISSISSIPPI: Phil West (D) exited the gubernatorial primary. https://uselections.com/ms/ms.htm

WEST VIRGINIA: Paula Jean Swearengin (D) files FEC paperwork for 2020 run vs US Senator Shelley Moore Capito (R). https://uselections.com/wv/wv.htm

TEXAS District 31: Murray Holcomb (D) enters the race vs Congressman John Carter (R). https://uselections.com/tx/tx.htm

MONTANA: Casey Schreiner (D) and Reilly Neill (D) enter the Gubernatorial race. https://uselections.com/mt/mt.htm


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