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Still this is a far cry from the 1144 required to get the nomination, and not even half of the 155 delegates that Texas has to offer. Yet the Texas primary is still not for another two months, if the new districts can be determined by then. Some specific dates to look forward to are listed below:
- Feb. 4 Nevada caucus, Maine caucus begins (through Feb. 11)
- Feb. 7 Colorado and Minnesota caucuses, Missouri primary
- Feb. 11 Maine presidential caucus ends
- Feb. 22 Republican debate in Mesa, Arizona
- Feb. 28 Arizona and Michigan primaries
- March 1 Republican debate in Georgia
- March 3 Washington caucuses
- March 6 “Super Tuesday” primaries and caucuses, including: Ohio, Massachusetts, Georgia, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, Idaho, Alaska, and North Dakota.
- March 19 Republican debate in Portland, Oregon
- April 3 District of Columbia, Maryland, Texas, and Wisconsin Primaries.
- June 5 California, Montana, New Mexico, South Dakota, and New Jersey Primaries.
- Aug. 27-30 Republican convention in Tampa, Florida
- Sept. 3-6 Democratic convention, Charlotte, North Carolina
- Oct. 3 Presidential debate in Denver, Colorado
- Oct. 11 Vice presidential debate in Danville, Kentucky
- Oct. 16 Presidential debate in Hempstead, New York
- Oct. 22 Presidential debate in Boca Raton, Florida
- Nov. 6 Election Day