2012 Republican Primary and Caucus Dates

Listed below are the dates of the GOP Primaries and Caucuses leading up to the August 27-30th Republican National Convention in Tampa. The dates may be subject to change so check with your local board of elections to verify election dates, times and locations ahead of time.

 

Date State Caucus/Primary
January 3, 2012              
 Iowa Caucus
January 10, 2012
 New Hampshire Primary
January 21, 2012  South Carolina Primary
January 31, 2012  Florida Primary
February 4, 2012
 Nevada Caucus
February 4-11, 2012  Maine Caucus
February 7, 2012

 Colorado Caucus

 Minnesota Caucus

February 28, 2012

 Arizona Primary

 Michigan Primary

March 3, 2012
 Washington Cacus
March 6, 2012

 Alaska Caucus

 Georgia Primary

 Idaho Caucus

 Massachusetts Primary

 North Dakota Caucus

 Oklahoma Primary

 Ohio Primary

 Tennessee Primary

 Vermont Primary

 Virginia Primary

March 6-10, 2012  Wyoming Caucus
March 10, 2012

 Kansas Caucus

 U.S. Virgin Islands Caucus

March 13, 2012

 Alabama Primary

 Hawaii Caucus

 Mississippi Primary

March 17, 2012  Missouri Caucus
March 20, 2012  Illinois Primary
March 24, 2012
 Louisiana Primary
April 3, 2012

 Maryland Primary

 Washington, D.C. Primary

 Wisconsin Primary

April 24, 2012

 Connecticut Primary

 Delaware Primary

 New York Primary

 Pennsylvania Primary

 Rhode Island Primary

May 8, 2012

 Indiana Primary

 North Carolina Primary

 West Virginia Primary

May 15, 2012

 Nebraska Primary

 Oregon Primary

May 22, 2012

 Arkansas Primary

 Kentucky Primary

May 29, 2012 

Texas Primary

June 5, 2012

 California Primary

 Montana Primary

 New Jersey Primary

 New Mexico Primary

 South Dakota Primary

June 26, 2012 Utah Primary
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Comments

I am not pleased that our voting schedule is so much later than many of the
other states.  Many of my families and friends did not want Romney, but we
did not get to voice our choice.   I noticed from the beginning, the media and Republicans had already decided Romney was to be our candidate.   I really feel cheated not to be able to vote for candidate of my choice.   This seemed to happen in 2008.   I did not want McCain, but by the time we were allowed to vote it was already decided.  All the states should have the primary voting on the same day.   I know this will be ignored, but God bless the United States if Obama gets elected again.  We will need all the prayers we can receive to get through November.     Thank you for the oportunity to express my views.
 

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