Rick BarryComment

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Rick BarryComment
Original image by Dave Schlabowske used with permission.

Original image by Dave Schlabowske used with permission.


The two major U.S. political parties are about to begin their nomination contests to determine who they will put forward as their 2016 presidential nominees. Every state handles its nomination process differently, so you should do some Googling to make sure you know exactly what the rules are for who can participate in your state's nomination contests and whether you are registered to participate. (For states that have primaries, place the highest priority on results from websites with ".gov" addresses. For states that have caucuses, look for official state Democratic Party or state Republican Party pages.)

For those who are registered and able to participate in their state's primary or caucus, we want to make sure you know exactly where to go. We've put together the following list of U.S. states and territories and will be updating it over the next couple weeks as information becomes available. If information for your state


New Jersey

New Mexico

New York

North Carolina

North Dakota (Democrat) (Republicans)

Ohio

Oklahoma

Oregon

Pennsylvania

Rhode Island

South Carolina

South Dakota

Tennessee

Texas (Poll locations posted two days prior to election.)

Utah

Vermont

Virginia

Washington (Democrats) (Republicans)

West Virginia

Wisconsin

Wyoming (Democrats) (Republicans)

Alabama

Alaska (Democrats) (Republicans)

Arizona

Arkansas

California

Colorado (Democrats) (Republicans)

Connecticut

Delaware

District of Columbia (Democrats) (Republicans)

Florida

Georgia

Hawaii (Democrats) (Republicans)

Idaho (Democrats) (Republicans)

Illinois

Indiana

Iowa (Democrats) (Republicans)

Kansas

Kentucky (Democrats) (Republicans)

Louisiana

Maine (Democrats) (Republicans information posted soon)


Maryland

U.S. Territories

American Samoa (Democrats) (Republicans)

Guam (Democrats) (Republicans)

Northern Marianas (Democrats) (Republicans)

Puerto Rico (Democrat) (Republicans)

Virgin Islands (Democrat) (Republicans)

Massachusetts

Michigan

Minnesota (Democrats) (Republicans)

Mississippi

Missouri

Montana

Nebraska (Democrats) (Republicans)

Nevada (Democrats) (Republicans)

New Hampshire


As Executive Director of Center for Christian Civics, Rick helps ministry leaders and faith communities develop missional approaches to their local public squares. He has worked on campaigns for local, state and federal office, is a former writer and editor for Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City and oversaw communications for the Grace DC church network. He and his wife live in Washington, DC.