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JurisdictionStateRacesFiling
Deadline
1st Round/
Primary
2nd Round/
General
ProcedurePartisan?
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BirminghamAlabamaMayor (D), City CouncilJul 7Aug 22Oct 3Second round averted if one candidate wins >50%, otherwise top two candidates advance
Nonpartisan
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AL-SenAlabamaSenate (R)May 17Aug 15Dec 12Party primary winners advance to general; primary runoff on Sept. 26 if no candidate wins >50%Partisan
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CA-34CaliforniaCongress (D)Feb 9Apr 4Jun 6Second round averted if one candidate wins >50%, otherwise top two candidates advance regardless of partyPartisan
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Los AngelesCaliforniaMayor (D), City CouncilDec 9Mar 7May 16Second round averted if one candidate wins >50%, otherwise top two candidates advance
Nonpartisan
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SD-10DelawareState Senate (D)Feb 25Parties pick nominees for the generalPartisan
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MiamiFloridaMayor (R), City CouncilSep 23Nov 7Nov 21Second round averted if one candidate wins >50%, otherwise top two candidates advance
Nonpartisan
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St. PetersburgFloridaMayor (D), City CouncilJun 23Aug 29Nov 7Second round averted if one candidate wins >50%, otherwise top two candidates advance
Nonpartisan
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AtlantaGeorgiaMayor (D), City CouncilSep 25Nov 7Dec 5Second round averted if one candidate wins >50%, otherwise top two candidates advance
Nonpartisan
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GA-06GeorgiaCongress (R)Feb 15Apr 18Jun 20Second round averted if one candidate wins >50%, otherwise top two candidates advance regardless of partyPartisan
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KS-04KansasCongress (R)Apr 11Party conventions pick general election nomineesPartisan
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New OrleansLouisianaMayor (D), City CouncilJul 14Oct 14Nov 18Jungle primary; second round averted if one candidate wins >50%, otherwise top two candidates advancePartisan
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BostonMassachusettsMayor (D), City CouncilMay 23Sep 26Nov 7Top two candidates advance to second round
Nonpartisan
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DetroitMichiganMayor (D), City CouncilApr 25Aug 8Nov 7Top two candidates advance to second round, primary only held if three or more candidates run
Nonpartisan
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MinneapolisMinnesotaMayor (D), City CouncilAug 15Nov 7Instant-runoff votingPartisan
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St. PaulMinnesotaMayor (D)Aug 15Nov 7Instant-runoff votingPartisan
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St. LouisMissouriMayor (D), City CouncilJan 6Mar 7Apr 4Party primary winners advance to generalPartisan
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MT-ALMontanaCongress (R)May 25Party conventions pick general election nomineesPartisan
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OmahaNebraskaMayor (R), City CouncilMar 3Apr 4May 9Top two candidates advance to second round
Nonpartisan
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HendersonNevadaMayor (D), City CouncilFeb 2Apr 4Jun 13Second round averted if one candidate wins >50%, otherwise top two candidates advance
Nonpartisan
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Manchester
New Hampshire
Mayor (R), City CouncilJul 21Sep 19Nov 7Top two candidates advance to second round, primary only held if three or more candidates run
Nonpartisan
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Jersey CityNew JerseyMayor (D), City CouncilSep 5Nov 7Dec 5Second round averted if one candidate wins >50%, otherwise top two candidates advance
Nonpartisan
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StatewideNew JerseyGovernor (R), State Senate (D), State Assembly (D)Apr 3Jun 6Nov 7Party primary winners advance to generalPartisan
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AlbuquerqueNew MexicoMayor (R), City CouncilAug 8Oct 3Not setSecond round averted if one candidate wins >50%, otherwise top two candidates advance
Nonpartisan
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BuffaloNew YorkMayor (D)Jul 18Sep 12Nov 7Party primary winners advance to generalPartisan
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Nassau CountyNew YorkCounty Executive (R), County CouncilJul 18Sep 12Nov 7Party primary winners advance to generalPartisan
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New York CityNew YorkMayor (D), City CouncilSep 12Nov 7Party primary winners advance to general; primary runoff (likely two weeks later) if no candidate wins >40%Partisan
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Oyster BayNew YorkTown Supervisor (R), Town CouncilJul 18Sep 12Nov 7Party primary winners advance to generalPartisan
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Westchester County
New YorkCounty Executive (R)Jul 18Sep 12Nov 7Party primary winners advance to generalPartisan
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CharlotteNorth CarolinaMayor (D), City CouncilJul 21Sep 12Nov 7Party primary winners advance to general; primary runoff 10-Oct if no candidate wins >40%Partisan
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DurhamNorth CarolinaMayor (D), City CouncilJul 21Oct 10Nov 7Top two candidates advance to second round
Nonpartisan
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GreensboroNorth CarolinaMayor (D), City CouncilJul 21Oct 10Nov 7Top two candidates advance to second round
Nonpartisan
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RaleighNorth CarolinaMayor (I), City CouncilJul 21Oct 10Nov 7Second round averted if one candidate wins >50%, otherwise top two candidates advance
Nonpartisan
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CincinnatiOhioMayor (D), City CouncilFeb 16May 2Nov 7Top two candidates advance to second round, primary only held if three or more candidates run
Nonpartisan
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ClevelandOhioMayor (D), City CouncilJul 3Sep 12Nov 7Top two candidates advance to second round
Nonpartisan
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ToledoOhioMayor (D), City CouncilJul 14Sep 12Nov 7Top two candidates advance to second round
Nonpartisan
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PhiladelphiaPennsylvaniaDistrict Attorney (D)Mar 7May 16Nov 7Party primary winners advance to generalPartisan
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PittsburghPennsylvaniaMayor (D), City CouncilMar 7May 16Nov 7Party primary winners advance to generalPartisan
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StatewidePennsylvaniaSupreme CourtMar 7May 16Nov 71 partisan R, 1 retention R, 1 retention DBoth
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SC-05South CarolinaCongress (R)Mar 13May 2Jun 20Party primary winners advance to general; primary runoff 16-May if no candidate wins >50%Partisan
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ArlingtonTexasMayor (R), City CouncilFeb 17May 6Jun 10Second round averted if one candidate wins >50%, otherwise top two candidates advance
Nonpartisan
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El PasoTexasMayor (D), City CouncilFeb 17May 6Jun 10Second round averted if one candidate wins >50%, otherwise top two candidates advance
Nonpartisan
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Fort WorthTexasMayor (R), City CouncilFeb 17May 6Jun 10Second round averted if one candidate wins >50%, otherwise top two candidates advance
Nonpartisan
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San AntonioTexasMayor (D), City CouncilFeb 17May 6Jun 10Second round averted if one candidate wins >50%, otherwise top two candidates advance
Nonpartisan
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UT-03UtahCongress (R)May 26Aug 15Nov 7Parties hold June 17 nominating conventions; one person advances if they get >60%, otherwise top two advance; candidates can also gather signatures to circumvent conventionPartisan
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StatewideVirginiaGovernor (D), Lt. Gov (D), Atty. Gen. (D), State House (R)Apr 7Jun 13Nov 7Party primary or convention winners advance to generalPartisan
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King CountyWashingtonCounty Executive (D), County CouncilMay 19Aug 1Nov 7Top two candidates advance to second round
Nonpartisan
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SeattleWashingtonMayor (D), City CouncilMay 19Aug 1Nov 7Top two candidates advance to second round
Nonpartisan
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SD-45Washingtonstate Senate (R)Nov 7Top two candidates advance to second roundPartisan
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StatewideWisconsinSuperintendent of Public Instruction (D)Feb 21Apr 4Top two candidates advance to second round
Nonpartisan
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