When is Super Tuesday 2024? What to know ahead of the presidential primaries

The race for the White House is gaining momentum, especially with the Michigan primary on February 26, which is seen as a crucial test for President Joe Biden among Democrats. Meanwhile, Donald Trump appears to have a smoother path within the Republican Party following his victory in South Carolina.

Super Tuesday 2024

Trump faces a significant challenge in the Republican Party on March 2, with the Michigan Convention and the Presidential Caucuses in Idaho and Missouri, having effectively sidelined Nikki Haley.

Following that, on March 3, Trump competes in the DC primaries before wrapping up on Monday with the North Dakota Caucus.

March 5 marks Super Tuesday, where numerous states, including Alabama, Arkansas, Alaska, California, Colorado, Iowa, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, and Virginia, hold presidential primaries. Additionally, the Democratic Party will conclude the receipt of absentee ballots in Iowa.

Super Tuesday is a pivotal moment in the presidential race, according to election experts, often indicating a clear trend in voter preferences leading up to the election.

As of now, the potential candidates for the 2024 presidential election include President Joe Biden and Dean Phillips (Representative from Minnesota) for the Democrats, while the conservative Republican Party has ex-President Donald Trump and former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley as potential contenders. Biden’s polling numbers are not favorable compared to his potential opponents.

Upcoming key dates in the presidential election calendar for March and April:


  • Wednesday, March 6: Hawaii Democratic Presidential Caucus.
  • Friday, March 8: American Samoa Republican Presidential Caucuses.
  • Tuesday, March 12: Hawaii Republican Presidential Caucuses, Mississippi Democratic Primaries, Northern Mariana Islands Democratic Primaries, and Washington Democratic Primaries.
  • Friday, March 15: Northern Mariana Islands Republican Presidential Caucuses.
  • Saturday, March 16: Guam Republican Convention.
  • Tuesday, March 19: Florida Republican Presidential Primaries, Illinois Republican Presidential Primaries, Kansas Republican Presidential Primaries, and Ohio Republican Presidential Primaries.
  • Saturday, March 23: Louisiana Presidential Primary and Missouri Democratic Presidential Primary.
  • Saturday, March 30: North Dakota Democratic Presidential Primary.


  • Tuesday, April 2: Primary Elections in Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, Mississippi, New York, Rhode Island, and Wisconsin.
  • Saturday, April 6: Alaska Democratic Presidential Primary.
  • Saturday, April 13: Wyoming Democratic Presidential Caucus.
  • Thursday, April 18: Wyoming Republican Convention.
  • Sunday, April 21: Puerto Rico Republican Presidential Primary Election.
  • Tuesday, April 23: Pennsylvania Primary Election.
  • Sunday, April 28: Puerto Rico Democratic Presidential Primary.

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