People line up to vote on the last day of early voting at the Minneapolis Early Vote Center Monday, Nov. 5, 2018, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)
The Democratic primary officially kicks off February 2020. Early primary states, like Iowa, have the potential to drastically improve a candidate’s odds. While days like Super Tuesday all but guarantee who the nominee will be. In this 2020 Democratic primary schedule, you’ll be able to keep track of which states are participating and when, but most importantly how many delegates they’re worth.
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The candidate who walks away having won the most delegates will go on to become the nominee at the Democratic National Convention. By keeping track of when states are holding their contests and how many delegates they’re worth, you’ll have a better idea of who will be representing the party come the general election.
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