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Elections 2024 News

Welcome to our comprehensive Elections 2024 political news hub. As we approach the pivotal 2024 Presidential Elections, it’s crucial to arm yourself with accurate and timely information. Dive deep into candidate profiles, insightful debates, and a wealth of information curated just for you on this page. Understanding the nuances of each presidential candidate and the intricacies of the voting process is paramount for active citizenship. Making informed decisions not only empowers you but also plays a significant role in shaping the future trajectory of our nation. Together, by staying informed, we can foster a robust democracy and pave the way for a brighter, more inclusive society for everyone.

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Republican Presidential Candidates

  • Donald J. Trump
  • Francis Suarez – suspended campaign 8/29/23
  • Perry Johnson – suspended campaign 10/20/23
  • Larry Elder – suspended campaign 10/26/23
  • Mike Pence – suspended campaign 10/28/23
  • Tim Scott – suspended campaign 11/12/23
  • Doug Burgum – suspended campaign 12/4/23
  • Chris Christie – suspended campaign 1/10/24
  • Vivek Ramaswamy – suspended campaign 1/15/24
  • Asa Hutchinson – suspended campaign 1/16/24
  • Ron DeSantis – suspended campaign 1/21/24
  • Nikki Haley – suspended campaign 3/6/24

Democrat Presidential Candidates

Independent Presidential Candidates

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US Elections 2024 - Calendar of Events

January 15 – Iowa Caucus – Republican – Voting in the 2024 nominating contests will kick off with the Iowa caucuses, as Republican candidates vie to notch their first win in the race, though Donald Trump is still viewed as the clear favorite to win the caucuses. Iowa Democrats will have to wait until March to cast their ballots, as the party changed its calendar following the debacle of the 2020 caucuses.

January 23 – Primary – New Hampshire – New Hampshire will hold the first primaries of the 2024 election season, and the contest will serve as a key test for Republicans trying to dethrone Trump as the frontrunner in the race. New Hampshire Democrats are pressing ahead with their primary, even after the national party attempted to change the voting calendar to make South Carolina the first primary state. Because of that conflict, Joe Biden’s name will not appear on the New Hampshire ballot.

February 3 – South Carolina Democratic primary – Joe Biden decisively won South Carolina in 2020, and the 2024 results may indicate if the president has lost ground with the Democratic party’s base and Black voters in particular.

February 6 – Nevada primary – Nevada will hold a primary election but the contest will be essentially meaningless since Nevada Republicans have chosen to award their presidential delegates through a caucus. Nikki Haley is the only GOP candidate participating.

Feb 8 – Nevada Republican caucus – Nevada holds a caucus to award its presidential delegates, the first nomination contest in the western United States.

Feb 24 – South Carolina Republican primary – Voters will choose their Republican candidate in Nikki Haley’s home state.

Feb 27 – Michigan primary – Voters in the key swing states will cast their ballots in an open primary. The state could be a test for moderate swing voters.

March 5 – Primaries Super Tuesday – Alabama, Arkansas, Alaska, California, Colorado, Iowa, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont and Virginia hold their primary elections. California will see heated competition in the race to replace Senate Democrat Diane Feinstein.

March 12 – Primaries – Primaries in Georgia, Mississippi and Washington. Republicans in Hawaii hold caucuses – Several states hold their primary elections.

March 19 – Primaries in Arizona, Florida, Illinois, Kansas and Ohio.  Arizona and Ohio voters will also be weighing on key senate races that Republicans are hoping to capture.

April 2 – Wisconsin primary.  Key swing state holds its primary election.

July 15-18 – Convention – Republican national convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin – Republican delegates and party officials will gather in Milwaukee to formally nominate the winner of the party’s primary.

Aug 19 – 22 – Convention – Democratic national convention in Chicago, Illinois – Democratic delegates and party officials will gather in Chicago to formally nominate Joe Biden and Kamala Harris for a second term in the White House

Sept 16 – Debate – First presidential debate in San Marcos, Texas

Sept 25 – Debate – Vice-presidential debate in Easton, Pennsylvania

Oct 1st – Debate – Presidential debate in Petersburg, Virginia

Oct 9th – Debate – Presidential debate in Salt Lake City, Utah

Nov 5 – Election – Election Day – The final day of voting in the 2024 election. Polls will be open in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

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