Seven Dates, 30 States’ Presidential Primary Events Between Now and March 15

Published by Peter Lawrence on Thursday, January 28, 2016 - 12:00am

The Iowa caucus on Feb. 1 kicks off the presidential primary season and will be followed quickly by electoral events in 30 states before March 15.

New Hampshire’s primary will be Feb. 9, followed by South Carolina’s and Nevada’s later in February.

Then on March 1, Super Tuesday will feature important events in 12 states:

  1. Alabama
  2. Alaska
  3. Arkansas
  4. Colorado caucuses
  5. Georgia
  6. Massachusetts
  7. Minnesota caucuses
  8. Oklahoma
  9. Tennessee
  10. Texas
  11. Vermont
  12. Virginia

Louisiana will hold a primary, and caucuses will take place in Kansas, Kentucky and Nebraska on March 5. Hawaii’s and Idaho’s Republican caucuses are scheduled for March 8, as are primaries in Mississippi and Michigan.

The Republican primary in Puerto Rico will be held March 13, and on March 15 primaries are scheduled in Florida, Illinois, Missouri, North Carolina and Ohio.

State Profiles

As voters in these states get involved in choosing the next president, we thought it would interesting to take a snapshot of affordable housing, community development, historic preservation, and renewable energy of those states. Stay tuned to this space for profiles of each of these states, beginning with Iowa, to get some insight into the economies and tax credit conditions in these early primary areas.