The Primaries (TABLE) (COLUMN)(COLUMN)*2*DELEGATES DATE(COLUMN)STATE(COLUMN)D(COLUMN)R February 26(COLUMN)New Hampshire(COLUMN)19(COLUMN)22 March 4(COLUMN)Massachusetts(COLUMN)111(COLUMN)42 (COLUMN)Vermont(COLUMN)12(COLUMN)19 March 8(COLUMN)South Carolina1(COLUMN)(COLUMN)25 March 11(COLUMN)Alabama(COLUMN)45(COLUMN)27 (COLUMN)Florida(COLUMN)100(COLUMN)51 (COLUMN)Georgia(COLUMN)63(COLUMN)36 March 16(COLUMN)Puerto Rico2(COLUMN)41(COLUMN) March 18(COLUMN)Illinois(COLUMN)179(COLUMN)102 March 25(COLUMN)Connecticut(COLUMN)54(COLUMN)35 (COLUMN)New York(COLUMN)282(COLUMN)123 April 1(COLUMN)Kansas(COLUMN)37(COLUMN)32 (COLUMN)Wisconsin(COLUMN)75(COLUMN)34 April 5(COLUMN)Louisiana(COLUMN)51(COLUMN)30 April 22(COLUMN)Pennsylvania(COLUMN)185(COLUMN)83 May 3(COLUMN)Texas1(COLUMN)(COLUMN)80 May 6(COLUMN)District of Columbia(COLUMN)19(COLUMN)14 (COLUMN)Indiana(COLUMN)80(COLUMN)54 (COLUMN)North Carolina(COLUMN)69(COLUMN)40 (COLUMN)Tennessee(COLUMN)55(COLUMN)32 May 13(COLUMN)Maryland(COLUMN)59(COLUMN)30 (COLUMN)Nebraska(COLUMN)24(COLUMN)25 May 20(COLUMN)Michigan(COLUMN)141(COLUMN)82 (COLUMN)Oregon(COLUMN)39(COLUMN)29 May 27(COLUMN)Arkansas3(COLUMN)33(COLUMN) (COLUMN)Idaho(COLUMN)17(COLUMN)21 (COLUMN)Kentucky(COLUMN)50(COLUMN)27 (COLUMN)Nevada(COLUMN)12(COLUMN)17 June 3(COLUMN)California(COLUMN)306(COLUMN)168 (COLUMN)Mississippi1(COLUMN)(COLUMN)22 (COLUMN)Montana(COLUMN)19(COLUMN)20 (COLUMN)New Jersey(COLUMN)113(COLUMN)66 (COLUMN)New Mexico(COLUMN)20(COLUMN)22 (COLUMN)Ohio(COLUMN)161(COLUMN)77 (COLUMN)Rhode Island(COLUMN)23(COLUMN)13 (COLUMN)South Dakota(COLUMN)19(COLUMN)22 (COLUMN)West Virginia(COLUMN)35(COLUMN)18 July 14-18(COLUMN)*3*Republican National Convention (COLUMN)*3*Detroit (COLUMN)*3*Total number of delegates: 1994 (COLUMN)*3*Needed for nomination: 998 August 11-14(COLUMN)*3*Democratic National Convention (COLUMN)*3*New York (COLUMN)*3*Total number of delegates: 3331 (COLUMN)*3*Needed for nomination: 1666 November 4(COLUMN)*3*National elections(END TABLE) 1. Party has no primary; delegates chosen by caucus. 2. Party held primary Feb. 17. 3. Party has no primary; delegates chosen by congressional district meeting. State-by-State Elections (TABLE) (COLUMN)(COLUMN)*2*HOUSE(COLUMN) STATE(COLUMN)SENATE(COLUMN)D(COLUMN)R(COLUMN)GOVERNOR Alabama(COLUMN)Donald Stewart (D)(COLUMN)4(COLUMN)3(COLUMN) Alaska(COLUMN)Mike Gravel (D)(COLUMN)(COLUMN)1(COLUMN) Arizona(COLUMN)Barry Goldwater (R)(COLUMN)2(COLUMN)2(COLUMN) Arkansas(COLUMN)Dale Bumpers (D)(COLUMN)2(COLUMN)2(COLUMN)Bill Clinton (D) California(COLUMN)Alan Cranston (D)(COLUMN)25(COLUMN)18(COLUMN) Colorado(COLUMN)Gary Hart (D)(COLUMN)3(COLUMN)2(COLUMN) Connecticut(COLUMN)Abraham Ribicoff (D)1(COLUMN)5(COLUMN)1(COLUMN) Delaware(COLUMN)(COLUMN)(COLUMN)1(COLUMN)Pierre S. du Pont IV (R) Florida(COLUMN)Richard Stone (D)(COLUMN)12(COLUMN)3(COLUMN) Georgia(COLUMN)Herman Talmadge (D)(COLUMN)9(COLUMN)1(COLUMN) Hawaii(COLUMN)Daniel K. Inouye (D)(COLUMN)2(COLUMN)(COLUMN) Idaho(COLUMN)Frank Church (D)(COLUMN)(COLUMN)2(COLUMN) Illinois(COLUMN)Adlai Stevenson (D)1(COLUMN)10(COLUMN)14(COLUMN) Indiana(COLUMN)Birch Bayh (D)(COLUMN)7(COLUMN)4(COLUMN)Otis Bowen (R)2 Iowa(COLUMN)John Culver (D)(COLUMN)3(COLUMN)3(COLUMN) Kansas(COLUMN)Robert Dole (R)(COLUMN)1(COLUMN)4(COLUMN) Kentucky(COLUMN)Wendell Ford (D)(COLUMN)4(COLUMN)3(COLUMN) Louisiana(COLUMN)Russell B. Long (D)(COLUMN)5(COLUMN)3(COLUMN) Maine(COLUMN)(COLUMN)(COLUMN)2(COLUMN) Maryland(COLUMN)Charles M. Mathias Jr. (R)(COLUMN)6(COLUMN)2(COLUMN) Massachusetts(COLUMN)(COLUMN)10(COLUMN)2(COLUMN) Michigan(COLUMN)(COLUMN)13(COLUMN)6(COLUMN) Minnesota(COLUMN)(COLUMN)4(COLUMN)4(COLUMN) Mississippi(COLUMN)(COLUMN)3(COLUMN)2(COLUMN) Missouri(COLUMN)Thomas Eagleton (D)(COLUMN)8(COLUMN)2(COLUMN)Joseph Teasdale (D) Montana(COLUMN)(COLUMN)1(COLUMN)1(COLUMN)Thomas L. Judge (D) Nebraska(COLUMN)(COLUMN)1(COLUMN)2(COLUMN) Nevada(COLUMN)Paul Laxalt (R)(COLUMN)1(COLUMN)(COLUMN) New Hampshire(COLUMN)John Durkin (D)(COLUMN)1(COLUMN)1(COLUMN)Hugh Gallen (D) New Jersey(COLUMN)(COLUMN)10(COLUMN)5(COLUMN) New Mexico(COLUMN)(COLUMN)1(COLUMN)1(COLUMN) New York(COLUMN)Jacob Javits (R)3(COLUMN)26(COLUMN)13(COLUMN) North Carolina(COLUMN)Robert Morgan (D)(COLUMN)9(COLUMN)2(COLUMN)James B. Hunt Jr.(D) North Dakota(COLUMN)Milton Young (R)1(COLUMN)(COLUMN)1(COLUMN)Arthur Link (D) Ohio(COLUMN)John Glenn (D)(COLUMN)10(COLUMN)13(COLUMN) Oklahoma(COLUMN)Henry Bellmon (R)1(COLUMN)5(COLUMN)1(COLUMN) Oregon(COLUMN)Robert Packwood (R)(COLUMN)4(COLUMN)(COLUMN) Pennsylvania(COLUMN)Richard Schweiker (R)1(COLUMN)15(COLUMN)10(COLUMN) Rhode Island(COLUMN)(COLUMN)2(COLUMN)(COLUMN)Joseph Garrahy (D) South Carolina(COLUMN)Ernest Hollings (D)(COLUMN)4(COLUMN)2(COLUMN) South Dakota(COLUMN)George McGovern (D)(COLUMN)1(COLUMN)1(COLUMN) Tennessee(COLUMN)(COLUMN)5(COLUMN)3(COLUMN) Texas(COLUMN)(COLUMN)20(COLUMN)4(COLUMN) Utah(COLUMN)Jake Garn (R)(COLUMN)1(COLUMN)1(COLUMN)Scott Matheson (D) Vermont(COLUMN)Patrick Leahy (D)(COLUMN)(COLUMN)1(COLUMN)Richard Snelling (R) Virginia(COLUMN)(COLUMN)4(COLUMN)6(COLUMN) Washington(COLUMN)Warren Magnuson (D)(COLUMN)6(COLUMN)1(COLUMN)Dixy Lee Ray (D) West Virginia(COLUMN)(COLUMN)4(COLUMN)(COLUMN)John D. Rockfeller IV (D) Wisconsin(COLUMN)Gaylord Nelson (D)(COLUMN)6(COLUMN)3(COLUMN) Wyoming(COLUMN)(COLUMN)(COLUMN)1(COLUMN)(END TABLE) 1. Retiring. 2. Ineligible to run for reelection. 3. No announced decision on reelection.