Monday, February 26, 2024

When is the 2024 election in the United States?

The election has started in the United States, and the favorites are Donald Trump and the current president, Joe Biden.

The political parties are limited to two, Republican and Democratic, and they fight for the presidency of the country in the general election.

Before this, the primary elections are held, which are important to the electoral process and system of the United States.

And those who want to aspire to be president must first convince the members of their party.

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These votes take place on different days and states. Candidates who get the least support are rejected.

Finally, at the party’s national conventions, the final candidate for the general election is decided.

The official call for the presidential election in the United States, so far, is November 5.

Voting by mail takes place the day before. Congress must approve the results by January 6, 2025.

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Date of the primary election in the United States

The primary election began on January 15 and will end on June 4, 2024.

It is important to mention that in addition to the primary elections, there are also the so-called Caucuses, which are interim elections where the attendees vote “with the difference that the representatives of the candidates must attend the voting session in person and declare. have a speech.”

Biden acknowledges Iowa victory makes Trump a “clear favorite.”

The Republican Party has begun the primary elections, the first of which is in Iowa. The next dates are: in New Hampshire on January 23, in Nevada on February 8, and in South Carolina on February 24.

For its part, the Democratic Party starts in February. It will be done in South Carolina on February 3, in Nevada on February 6, and in Michigan on February 27.

Super Tuesday is on March 5

On March 5, primary elections will be held in a total of 15 states, representing a third of the total delegates who will vote at the next national convention.


-Republican Party: from July 15 to 18 in Milwaukee (Wisconsin)

-Democratic Party: from August 19 to 22 in Chicago (Illinois)

What does Trump’s resounding victory in the Republican primaries mean?

Presidential debates

-September 16 in San Marcos (Texas)

-October 1st in Petersburg (Virginia)

-October 9 in Salt Lake City (Utah)

-Debate of vice presidents: September 25 in Easton (Pennsylvania)

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