With the COVID-19 Pandemic crippling the normalcy of life in the United States, not only has the campaigning for President taken a backseat, with President Trump, Joe Biden, and Bernie Sanders all stopping in person campaigning and coverage of the campaign has practically stopped on major news networks.
Several states have delayed their primaries to avoid the public health risks of in-person voting.
Now that should be scary, postponing elections are ultimately up to the State governments. However, keeping the public safe is necessary. Here are the list of updated primaries, according to WhenWeAllVote
April 7: Wisconsin Primary
April 10: Alaska Democratic Primary
April 17: Wyoming Democratic Caucus
April 26: Puerto Rico Democratic Primary
April 28: Ohio Primaries* Delayed from March 17 due to the coronavirus.
May 2: Guam Democratic Caucus; Kansas Democratic Primary
May 12: Nebraska and West Virginia Primaries
May 19: Georgia* & Oregon Primaries *Delayed from March 24 due to the coronavirus.
May 22: Hawaii Democratic Primary
June 2: Connecticut, Delaware, D.C. Indiana, Maryland, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and South Dakota Primaries
June 6: Virgin Islands Democratic Primary
June 20: Louisiana Primaries* Postponed from April 4 due to the coronavirus.
June 23: New York & Kentucky Primaries* *Postponed from April 4 due to the coronavirus.