G = Governor's race S = Senate race H = House races
= Democratic incumbent = Republican incumbent = Incumbent not running
Feb. 20
Wisconsin spring primary
Feb. 27
Arizona 8th District special primary H
March 6
Texas primary G S H
March 13
Pennsylvania 18th District special election H
March 20
Illinois primary G H
April 3
Wisconsin spring election
April 24
Arizona 8th District special election H
May 8
Indiana primary S H
North Carolina primary H
Ohio primary G S H
West Virginia primary S H
May 15
Idaho Primary G H
Nebraska primary G S H
Oregon primary G H
Pennsylvania primary G S H
May 22
Arkansas primary G H
Georgia primary G H
Kentucky primary H
Texas primary runoff
June 5
Alabama primary G H
California primary G S H
Iowa primary G H
Mississippi primary S H
Montana primary S H
New Jersey primary S H
New Mexico primary G S H
South Dakota primary G H
June 12
Maine primary G S H
Nevada primary G S H
North Dakota primary S H
South Carolina primary G H
Virginia primary S H
June 19
Arkansas primary runoff
D.C. primary
June 26
Colorado primary G H
Maryland primary G S H
Mississippi primary runoff
North Carolina primary runoff*
New York federal primary S H
Oklahoma primary G H
South Carolina primary runoff
Utah primary S H
July 17
Alabama primary runoff
North Carolina primary runoff*
July 24
Georgia primary runoff
Aug. 2
Tennessee primary G S H
Aug. 7
Kansas primary G H
Michigan primary G S H
Missouri primary S H
Washington primary S H
Aug. 11
Hawaii primary G S H
Aug. 14
Connecticut primary G S H
Minnesota primary G S S H
South Dakota primary runoff
Vermont primary G S H
Wisconsin primary G S H
Aug. 21
Alaska primary G H
Wyoming primary G S H
Aug. 28
Arizona primary G S H
Florida primary G S H
Oklahoma primary runoff
Sept. 6
Delaware primary S H
Sept. 11
New Hampshire primary G H
Rhode Island primary G S H
Sept. 13
New York primary G
Sept. 18
Massachusetts primary G S H
Nov. 6
General election G S H
Louisiana primary H
Dec. 4
Georgia general election runoff
Dec. 8
Louisiana general election H
Jan. 8, 2019
Georgia federal general election runoff

About this story

Source: Associated Press

*North Carolina’s primary runoff will be July 17 if there are federal races included, and June 26 otherwise.

Independent incumbents who caucus with the Democrats are marked as Democrats. Races included in runoff elections are not marked, as that will depend on the result of the original election.

Share

Most Read

Follow Post Graphics