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Tuesday 30 June 2020: PRIMARIES in COLORADO, OKLAHOMA & UTAH [Note: NO Presidential Primaries today]
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

Today's PRIMARIES:

COLORADO

OKLAHOMA

UTAH

8 changes to the candidate list. 1 change to the popular vote.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

8 changes to the candidate list:

Illinois: Senate Class 2: Connor Constant VlaKancic (Independent [Republican]) - added.

Indiana: House CD 7: Andrew Gregg Warner (Libertarian) - added.

Kentucky: House CD 3: Waymen Eddings (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 6: Daniel Kemph (Democratic) - lost Primary.

New York: House CD 1: Suffolk County Legislator Bridget M. Fleming (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Cindy Grosz (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 15: New York City Councilman Rubén Díaz, Sr. (Democratic) - lost Primary.

Pennsylvania: House CD 10: Rashawn A. Woodard, Sr. (Independent) - added.

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1 change to the popular vote:

Maryland: House CD 7 Special.

2 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

2 changes to the candidate list:

Michigan: House CD 6: John Lawrence (Green) - added.

West Virginia: Governor: Danny Lutz (Mountain) - added.

17 changes to the candidate list. 1 change to the popular vote.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

17 changes to the candidate list:

Arizona: House CD 5: Joseph Allen "Joe" Vess (Write-in [Republican]) - added.

Michigan: Senate Class 2: Anita Belle (Green) - apparently not a candidate; Marcia Squier (Green) - added. House CD 4: Amanda Slepr (Green) - added.

New York: House CD 6: Tom Hillgardner (Green) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 12: Lauren Ashcraft (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 16: Member of Congress Eliot Lance Engel (Democratic) - Lost Primary. House CD 17: state Senator David Carlucci (Democratic) - lost Primary; Evelyn Farkas (Democratic) - lost Primary; Adam P. Schleifer (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 22: former Broome County Legislator George Karl Phillips (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 27: Nicholas P. Phelps (Libertarian) - lost Primary.

Rhode Island (filing has closed for the 8 September Primary): Senate Class 2: Lenine P. Camacho (Independent) - added. House CD 1: Jeffrey Edward Lemire (Independent) - added; Frederick J. Joseph "Fred" Wysocki (Independent [Republican]) - previously listed as Republican. House CD 2: Donald Robert Rubbio (Republican) - added.

Virginia: House CD 6: Aaron James Luciani (Independent) - added.

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1 change to the popular vote:

New York: House CD 27 Special.

93 changes to the candidate list. 1 change to the popular vote. Recap KY, NY, VA primaries; MS CD2R, NC CD11R runoffs; NY CD27 Special Election. KY and NY full results will take at least 1 week.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

93 changes to the candidate list:

Alabama: Senate Class 2: Jarmal Jabbar Sanders (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Marcus Jejaun Williams (Independent) - apparently not a candidate.

Kentucky (expect full primary results 30 June): Senate Class 2: Senator Mitch McConnell (Republican) - Renominated; Nicholas Scott "Nick" Alsager (Republican) - lost Primary; Jimmy C. Ausbrooks (Democratic) - lost Primary; Michael George "Mike" Broihier (Democratic) - lost Primary; Paul John Frangedakis (Republican) - lost Primary; Louis Cleveland Grider, Jr. (Republican) - lost Primary; Maggie Jo Hilliard (Democratic) - lost Primary; Naren James (Republican) - lost Primary; Kenneth Lowndes (Republican) - lost Primary; Andrew J. Maynard (Democratic) - lost Primary; former state Representative Clinton Wesley "Wes" Morgan (Republican) - lost Primary; Eric Rothmuller (Democratic) - lost Primary; John R. Sharpensteen (Democratic) - lost Primary; Bennie J. Smith (Democratic) - lost Primary; Mary Ann Tobin (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Member of Congress Steven Brett "Brett" Guthrie (Republican) - Renominated; Kathleen L. Free (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Member of Congress Thomas H. Massie (Republican) - Renominated; Todd V. McMurtry (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 5: Member of Congress Harold Dallas "Hal" Rogers (Republican) - Renominated; Gerardo Serrano (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 6: Member of Congress Garland "Andy" Barr (Republican) - Renominated; Chuck Eddy (Republican) - lost Primary; Geoffrey M. "Geoff" Young (Republican) - lost Primary.

Mississippi: House CD 2: Thomas L. "Tom" Carey (Republican) - lost Primary.

New York (primary absentee ballot counting begins in 1 week): House CD 1: Gregory-John "Greg" Fischer (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Member of Congress Thomas R. "Tom" Suozzi (Democratic) - Renominated; Melanie D'Arrigo (Democratic) - lost Primary; Michael S. Weinstock (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 5: Member of Congress Gregory Weldon Meeks (Democratic) - Renominated; Shaniyat Chowdhury (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 6: Member of Congress Grace Meng (Democratic) - Renominated; Sandra Choi (Democratic) - lost Primary; Melquiades R. "Mel" Gagarin (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 7: Member of Congress Nydia Margarita Velázquez (Democratic) - Renominated; Paperboy Love Prince (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 9: Member of Congress Yvette D. Clarke (Democratic) - Renominated; Adem Bunkeddeko (Democratic) - lost Primary; New York City Councilman Chaim M. Deutsch (Democratic) - lost Primary; Lutchi Gayot (Democratic) - lost Primary; Isiah James (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 10: Member of Congress Jerrold Lewis "Jerry" Nadler (Democratic) - Renominated; Lindsey Boylan (Democratic) - lost Primary; Jonathan Herzog (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 11: Joseph Matthew "Joe" Caldarera (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 12: Peter Harrison (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 13: Member of Congress Adriano Espaillat (Democratic) - Renominated; James Felton Keith, II (Democratic) - lost Primary; Ramon Rodriguez (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 14: Member of Congress Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (Democratic) - Renominated; Michelle Caruso-Cabrera (Serve America Movement) - previously listed as Serve America Movement, Democratic; Badrun N. Khan (Democratic) - lost Primary; Samuel H. "Sam" Sloan (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 15: Frangell Basora (Democratic) - lost Primary; Mark Escoffery-Bey (Democratic) - lost Primary; former Bronx Community Board Member Samelys López (Democratic) - lost Primary; former New York City Council Member Melissa Mark-Viverito (Democratic) - lost Primary; Chivona Renée Newsome (Democratic) - lost Primary; Julio Pabon (Democratic) - lost Primary; Tomas Ramos (Democratic) - lost Primary; New York City Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez (Democratic) - lost Primary; Marlene J. Tapper (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 16: Christopher "Chris" Fink (Democratic) - lost Primary; Andom A. Ghebreghiorgis (Democratic) - lost Primary; Samuel "Sammy" Ravelo (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 17: Assemblyman David Buchwald (Democratic) - lost Primary; Asha Castleberry-Hernandez (Democratic) - lost Primary; Allison Harris Fine (Democratic) - lost Primary; Westchester County Legislator Catherine F. Parker (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 24: Francis Conole (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 25: Member of Congress Joseph D. "Joe" Morelle (Democratic) - Renominated; Brighton Town Council Member Robin R. Wilt (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 27: Member of Congress Christopher L. "Chris" Jacobs (Republican) - Renominated; Erie County Comptroller Stefan Iwan Mychajliw, Jr. (Republican) - lost Primary; former town of Darien Judge Beth A. Parlato (Conservative) - previously listed as Republican, Conservative. House CD 27 Special: state Senator Christopher L. "Chris" Jacobs (Republican, Independence) - elected.

North Carolina: House CD 11: Lynda Carter Bennett (Republican) - lost Primary.

Virginia: Senate Class 2: Alissa A. Baldwin (Republican) - lost Primary; Thomas A. "Tom" Speciale, II (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Lavangelene A. "Vangie" Williams (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Jarome Bell (Republican) - lost Primary; Benito "Ben" Loyola, Jr. (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 3: John Harrison "Madison" Downs (Republican) - lost Primary; George Michael Yacus (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Member of Congress Aston Donald "Donald" McEachin (Democratic) - Renominated; Rongerlis Cazel "Cazel" Levine (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 5: Roger Dean "RD" Huffstetler, Jr. (Democratic) - lost Primary; Rappahannock County Supervisor John D. Lesinski (Democratic) - lost Primary; Claire C. Russo (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 11: Member of Congress Gerald Edward "Gerry" Connolly (Democratic) - Renominated; Zainab M. Mohsini (Democratic) - lost Primary.

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1 change to the popular vote:

New York: House CD 27 Special.

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The Partisan Composition of the U.S. House is now 233 Democrats, 198 Republicans, 1 Libertarian, and 3 vacant seats (California House CD 50, North Carolina House CD 11, Texas House CD 4).

2020 Democratic and Republican Delegate Count Update (we have assigned 50% + 1 of the delegates to Biden in Kentucky and New York - full results will take at least 1 week).
by TheGreenPapers Staff

The Democratic Convention has total of 3,979 pledged delegate votes with 1,990 needed to nominate on the 1st ballot and a total of 4,753 pledged + unpledged delegate votes with 2,377 needed to nominate on subsequent ballots.
Soft delegate count changed from Biden 2,127, Sanders 1,062, Warren 67, Bloomberg 47, Buttigieg 21, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2 to Biden 2,298 (+171), Sanders 1,062, Warren 67, Bloomberg 47, Buttigieg 21, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2.
Hard delegate count changed from Biden 2,109, Sanders 1,062, Warren 78, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2 to Biden 2,280 (+171), Sanders 1,062, Warren 78, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2.

  • Georgia: Soft count changed from Biden 100 to Biden 105 (+5). Hard count changed from Biden 100 to Biden 105 (+5).
  • Kentucky: Soft count Biden 28 (+28). Hard count Biden 28 (+28).
  • New York: Soft count Biden 138 (+138). Hard count Biden 138 (+138).

The Republican Convention has total of 2,550 delegates with 1,276 needed to nominate.
Soft delegate count changed from Trump 2,154, Weld 1 to Trump 2,200 (+46), Weld 1.
Hard delegate count changed from Trump 2,125, Uncommitted 83 to Trump 2,171 (+46), Uncommitted 83.

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2020 Presidential Primaries, Caucuses, and Conventions:

Tuesday 23 June 2020: PRIMARIES in KY, NY & VA [KY & NY also include PRESIDENTIAL Primaries]; RUNOFFS: MS CD2R & NC CD11R; SPECIAL ELECTION: NY CD27
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

Today's PRIMARIES:

  • Kentucky: STATE; Democratic PRESIDENTIAL; Republican PRESIDENTIAL
    NOTE: Results from KENTUCKY will not be publicly available until Tuesday 30 June
  • New York: STATE; Democratic PRESIDENTIAL; Republican PRESIDENTIAL
    NOTE: The REPUBLICAN Presidential Primary in NEW YORK STATE has been cancelled
  • Virginia: STATE
  • RUNOFFS and SPECIAL ELECTION today:

  • Mississippi 2d Congressional District Republican RUNOFF
  • New York 27th Congressional District Republican SPECIAL ELECTION
  • North Carolina 11th Congressional District Republican RUNOFF
  • Kentucky, New York, Virginia, Mississippi, and North Carolina results from a media source.

    17 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    17 changes to the candidate list:

    Kentucky: Senate Class 2: Randall Lee Teegarden (Write-in) - added.

    Maine: Senate Class 2: Max Linn (Independent) - added.

    New Mexico: House CD 1: Cameron Alton Chick, Sr. (Independent [Democratic]) - added.

    New York: House CD 4: Edward Leo Dennehy, III (Independent) - added. House CD 6: Tom Hillgardner (Green) - added.

    Texas: Railroad Commissioner 3: Railroad Commissioner Ryan Sitton (Republican) - Lost Primary.

    Virginia: Senate Class 2: Gail Parker (Independent Greens) - added. House CD 1: Harlan Wahlert (Independent Greens) - added. House CD 2: Katherine Pettigrew (Independent Greens) - added. House CD 3: Rachel Batts (Independent Greens) - added. House CD 4: Albert Burckard (Independent Greens) - added. House CD 5: Mitchell Bupp (Independent Greens) - re-added, previously listed as Independent. House CD 6: Aaron Lyles (Independent Greens) - added. House CD 7: Peter Marchetti (Independent Greens) - added. House CD 8: Ron Fisher (Independent Greens) - added. House CD 9: Jeremiah Heaton (Independent Greens) - added. House CD 10: Terry Modglin (Independent Greens) - added.

    20 changes to the candidate list. 1 change to the popular vote.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    20 changes to the candidate list:

    New York: House CD 2: Assemblymember Andrew R. Garbarino (Republican, Serve America Movement, Conservative, Libertarian) - previously listed as Republican, Serve America Movement, Conservative, Independence, Libertarian; Babylon Town Councilmember Jacqueline A. "Jackie" Gordon (Working Families, Democratic, Independence) - previously listed as Democratic, Green, Independence. House CD 6: Tom Hillgardner (Green) - removed. House CD 13: Kenneth D. Schaeffer (Working Families) - removed. House CD 17: Yehudis Gottesfeld (Republican, Conservative) - previously listed as Republican, Conservative, Libertarian. House CD 18: Chele Chiavacci Farley (Republican, Conservative) - previously listed as Republican, Conservative, Libertarian. House CD 19: Member of Congress Antonio Delgado (Democratic, Serve America Movement, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic, Independence, Serve America Movement, Working Families; Ola Hawatmeh (Republican) - previously listed as Republican, Conservative; Kyle Van De Water (Republican) - previously listed as Republican, Conservative, Independence. House CD 21: Jeffrey I. French (Serve America Movement) - removed. House CD 22: former Member of Congress Claudia Tenney (Republican, Conservative) - previously listed as Republican, Conservative, Libertarian. House CD 26: Member of Congress Brian M. Higgins (Democratic, Serve America Movement, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic, Libertarian, Serve America Movement, Working Families.

    Texas: Senate Class 2: Kenney Elkomous (Write-in) - added. House CD 1: Chase Richard Carbajal (Independent) - added.

    Vermont: Treasurer: H. Brooke Paige (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. Auditor of Accounts: H. Brooke Paige (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

    Virginia: House CD 10 (Republican District Convention results): Jeffery Anthony "Jeff" Dove, Jr. (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Rob Jones (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Elizabeth Stone (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Matthew Do "Matt" Truong (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

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    1 change to the popular vote:

    California: House CD 25 Special.

    23 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    23 changes to the candidate list:

    Arizona: Senate Class 3 Special: Mohammad "Mike" Arif (Write-in [Democratic]) - previously listed as Democratic; House CD 2: Iman-Utopia Layjou Bah (Write-in [Independent]) - previously listed as Independent.

    Florida: House CD 19: state Representative Heather Fitzenhagen (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

    Hawaii: House CD 2: Jonathan Ho'omanawanui (Aloha 'Āina) - previously listed as Aloha Aina.

    Indiana: Attorney General: state Senator Karen Tallian (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate.

    Missouri: House CD 5: Antwain D. Winters (Write-in [Green]) - previously listed as Green.

    Tennessee: Senate Class 2: Tharon Chandler (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Jim Elkins (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Johnny W. "JJ" Presley (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 1: Josh Berger (Write-in [Green]) - added; Washington County School Board Member Chadwick James "Chad" Fleenor (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 3: Nancy Jackson Baxley (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Sandy Casey (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Jim Elkins (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Basil Marceaux, I (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 5: Craig Wildenradt (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 7: Benjamin C. "Ben" Estes (Reform) - apparently not a candidate; Scott Anthony Vieira, Jr. (Independent [Veterans Party of America]) - previously listed as Veterans Party of America. House CD 9: M. Latroy Alexandria-Williams (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Charles L. Shappley (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

    Virginia: Governor: state Senator Jennifer L. "Jenn" McClellan (Democratic) - added.

    West Virginia: House CD 3 (primary is too close to call): Hilary Anne Turner (Democratic) - re-added. Attorney General (primary is too close to call): Samuel Brown "Sam" Petsonk (Democratic) - re-added.

    11 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    11 changes to the candidate list:

    Arizona: Senate Class 3 Special: Christopher Beckett (Write-in) - added; Edward Davida (Write-in) - added; Matthew "Doc" Dorcester (Write-in [Independent]) - added; Nicholas N. Glenn (Write-in) - added. House CD 4: Miko Jones (Write-in) - added. House CD 5: Scott "Roambotics" Menor (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 6: Gennaro Napolitano (None) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 7: Roxanne Rodriguez (Write-in) - added. House CD 8: Taliban Hendrix (Write-in) - added. House CD 9: Irina Baroness von Behr (Independent) - apparently not a candidate.

    Florida: Senate Class 3: Josue Larose (Democratic) - added.

    15 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    15 changes to the candidate list:

    Arizona: Senate Class 3 Special: Mark Cavener (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Bo "Heir Archy" Garcia (Write-in [Democratic]) - added; Barry Hess (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate; Senator Martha E. McSally (Republican) - added as candidate; Alan White (Write-in [Libertarian]) - added. House CD 1: Doyel Shamley (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 2: Jordan Flayer (Write-in [Republican]) - added. House CD 3: Richard Jolley (Write-in [Republican]) - added. House CD 7: Nina "La Nina" Becker (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 8: Kyle Martin (Write-in [Democratic]) - added. House CD 9: Member of Congress Greg Stanton (Democratic) - Renominated; Talia Fuentes-Wolfe (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate.

    Nevada: House CD 1: Joshua Dennis "Josh" Elliott, Jr. (Republican) - lost Primary.

    Pennsylvania (correction): Auditor General: Nilofer "Nina" Ahmad (Democratic) - won Primary; Pittsburgh City Controller Michael E. Lamb (Democratic) - lost Primary.

    3 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    3 changes to the candidate list:

    Georgia: House CD 7: state Representative Brenda Lopez Romero (Democratic) - lost Primary.

    Louisiana: House CD 4: Kenny Houston (Democratic) - added.

    Nevada: House CD 4: Samuel James "Sam" Peters (Republican) - lost Primary.

    24 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    24 changes to the candidate list:

    Guam: Delegate to the House of Representatives: William Mendiola "Will" Castro (Republican) - added.

    Illinois: House CD 8: Joseph J. Hantsch (Write-in [Republican]) - apparently not a candidate, previously listed as Write-in [Republican]. House CD 10: Joseph W. "Joe" Kopsick (Independent) - previously listed as Write-in [Independent].

    Nevada: House CD 3: former state Treasurer Daniel M. "Dan" Schwartz (Republican) - lost Primary.

    New Hampshire (filing has closed for the 8 September Primary): Senate Class 2: Gerard Beloin (Republican) - added. House CD 1: Member of Congress Christopher C. "Chris" Pappas (Democratic) - Renominated; Michael Callis (Republican) - added; Kevin Freeman (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Casey Lasell (Independent) - added; Kevin Rondeau (Republican) - added. House CD 2: Matthew D. Bjelobrk (Republican) - added; Gilead R. Towne (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

    New York: House CD 22: James Desira (Independent) - added. House CD 23: Tracy Mitrano (Democratic) - previously listed as Democratic, Serve America Movement, Working Families. House CD 25: Afua Atta-Mensah (Working Families) - added; Member of Congress Joseph D. "Joe" Morelle (Democratic, Independence) - previously listed as Democratic; Kevin A. Wilson (Libertarian) - re-added. House CD 26: Emin "Eddie" Egriu (Democratic, Libertarian) - removed.

    Virginia: House CD 3: J.C. Reilly (Libertarian) - added. House CD 5: Member of Congress Denver Lee Riggleman, III (Republican) - Lost renomination at his convention; House CD 8: Mark W. Ellmore (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Mike Webb (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

    West Virginia: Governor: Larry Dwayne Trent (Constitution) - apparently not a candidate; state Delegate S. Marshall Wilson (Independent) - added.

    12 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    12 changes to the candidate list:

    Georgia: House CD 13: Member of Congress David Albert Scott (Democratic) - Renominated; Keisha Sean Waites (Democratic) - lost Primary.

    Illinois: House CD 1: Larry Redmond (Green) - added. House CD 18: George Petrilli (Democratic) - added.

    Maine: House CD 1: Aaron Amede (Independent) - added.

    New Hampshire: Senate Class 2: Thomas Sharpe (Independent) - added. Governor: Bill Fortune (Independent) - added.

    New York: Governor: Lewis County Sheriff Mike Carpinelli (Republican) - added.

    North Dakota: Superintendent of Public Instruction: Brandt J. Dick (Nonpartisan [Republican]) - lost Primary.

    Rhode Island: House CD 2: Dylan Conley (Democratic) - added.

    West Virginia: House CD 3: Hilary Anne Turner (Democratic) - lost Primary. Attorney General: Samuel Brown "Sam" Petsonk (Democratic) - lost Primary.

    44 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    44 changes to the candidate list:

    Georgia: Senate Class 2: Sarah Riggs Amico (Democratic) - lost Primary; former Columbus Mayor Teresa Pike Tomlinson (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Vivian Louise Childs (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Member of Congress Henry C. "Hank" Johnson, Jr. (Democratic) - Renominated; Elaine "Amankwah" Nietmann (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 6: Joseph "Joe" Profit (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 7: Mark Gonsalves (Republican) - lost Primary; Nabilah Aishah Islam (Democratic) - lost Primary; state Senator Renee S. Unterman (Republican) - lost Primary.

    Nevada: House CD 1: Member of Congress Alice Costandina "Dina" Titus (Democratic) - Renominated; Edward T. "Eddie" "MrLasVegas" "Mr MAGA" Hamilton (Republican) - lost Primary; Citlaly Alejandra Larios-Elias (Republican) - lost Primary; Allen A. Rheinhart (Democratic) - lost Primary; Anthony Thomas, Jr. (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Member of Congress Mark Eugene Amodei (Republican) - Renominated; Joel Paul Beck (Republican) - lost Primary; Edward G. "Ed" Cohen (Democratic) - lost Primary; Reynaldo Hernandez (Democratic) - lost Primary; Jesse Douglas Hurley (Republican) - lost Primary; Clint Matthew Koble (Democratic) - lost Primary; Ian Luetkehans (Democratic) - lost Primary; Steven Mitchell Schiffman (Democratic) - lost Primary; Rick Shepherd (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Member of Congress Susan Kelley "Susie" Lee (Democratic) - Renominated; Brian Sidney Nadell (Republican) - lost Primary; Corwin "Cory" Newberry (Republican) - lost Primary; Melinda Lynn "Mindy" Robinson (Republican) - lost Primary; Dennis John Sullivan (Democratic) - lost Primary; Tiffany Ann Watson (Democratic) - lost Primary; Victor Ralphael Willert (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Member of Congress Steven Alexzander Horsford (Democratic) - Renominated; Rosalie Bingham (Republican) - lost Primary; Nye County Commissioner Leonardo "Leo" Blundo (Republican) - lost Primary; George James Brucato (Democratic) - lost Primary; Christopher Kendall "Chris" Colley (Democratic) - lost Primary; Steffanie Gabrielle "Brie" D'Ayr (Democratic) - lost Primary; Jennifer K. Eason (Democratic) - lost Primary; Gregory Stewart Kempton (Democratic) - lost Primary; Charles Raul Navarro, IV (Republican) - lost Primary; Randi Lyn Reed (Republican) - lost Primary; Lisa Song Sutton (Republican) - lost Primary; Rebecca Faye Wood (Republican) - lost Primary.

    New Hampshire: Governor: Franklin City Councilor Karen Testerman (Republican) - added.

    North Dakota: Treasurer: state Representative Daniel "Dan" Johnston (Republican) - lost Primary.

    2020 Democratic and Republican Delegate Count Update. GA and WV Democratic and Republican Primaries.
    by TheGreenPapers Staff

    The Democratic Convention has total of 3,979 pledged delegate votes with 1,990 needed to nominate on the 1st ballot and a total of 4,753 pledged + unpledged delegate votes with 2,377 needed to nominate on subsequent ballots.
    Soft delegate count changed from Biden 1,992, Sanders 1,061, Warren 67, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 21, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2 to Biden 2,127 (+135), Sanders 1,062 (+1), Warren 67, Bloomberg 47 (-2), Buttigieg 21, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2.
    Hard delegate count changed from Biden 1,976, Sanders 1,061, Warren 78, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2 to Biden 2,109 (+133), Sanders 1,062 (+1), Warren 78, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2.

    • Arkansas: Soft count changed from Biden 17, Sanders 9, Bloomberg 5 to Biden 19 (+2), Sanders 9, Bloomberg 3 (-2).
    • Georgia: Soft count Biden 100 (+100). Hard count Biden 100 (+100).
    • New Mexico: Soft count changed from Biden 29, Sanders 3 to Biden 30 (+1), Sanders 4 (+1). Hard count changed from Biden 29, Sanders 3 to Biden 30 (+1), Sanders 4 (+1).
    • Pennsylvania: Soft count changed from Biden 147, Sanders 34 to Biden 151 (+4), Sanders 34. Hard count changed from Biden 147, Sanders 34 to Biden 151 (+4), Sanders 34.
    • West Virginia: Soft count Biden 28 (+28). Hard count Biden 28 (+28).

    The Republican Convention has total of 2,550 delegates with 1,276 needed to nominate.
    Soft delegate count changed from Trump 2,043, Weld 1 to Trump 2,154 (+111), Weld 1.
    Hard delegate count changed from Trump 2,014, Uncommitted 83 to Trump 2,125 (+111), Uncommitted 83.

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    2020 Presidential Primaries, Caucuses, and Conventions:

    90 changes to the candidate list. Partial primary results for GA, NV, ND, SC, and WV.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    90 changes to the candidate list:

    Connecticut: House CD 1: Tom McCormick (Green) - added. House CD 3: Justin Paglino (Green) - added.

    Georgia: Senate Class 2: Marckeith DeJesus (Democratic) - lost Primary; Maya Dillard Smith (Democratic) - lost Primary; James Knox (Democratic) - lost Primary; Tricia Carpenter McCracken (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Member of Congress Earl Leroy "Buddy" Carter (Republican) - Renominated; Daniel "Danny" Merritt (Republican) - lost Primary; Barbara Seidman (Democratic) - lost Primary; Ken Yasger (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 4: William Haston (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 5: Member of Congress John R. Lewis (Democratic) - Renominated; Barrington Deon Martin, II (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 6: Mykel Lynn Barthelemy (Republican) - lost Primary; Blake Harbin (Republican) - lost Primary; Paulette Smith (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 7: Lisa Noel Babbage (Republican) - lost Primary; former Fulton County Commissioner John H. Eaves (Democratic) - lost Primary; Lynne Homrich (Republican) - lost Primary; state Senator Zahra S. Karinshak (Democratic) - lost Primary; Zachary Heathcliff Kennemore (Republican) - lost Primary; Rashid A. Malik (Democratic) - lost Primary; Eugene Chin Yu (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 8: Member of Congress James Austin "Austin" Scott (Republican) - Renominated; Robert Vance Dean (Republican) - lost Primary; Daniel Evan "Danny" Ellyson (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 9: Michael Shane Boggus (Republican) - lost Primary; former Member of Congress Paul C. Broun, Jr. (Republican) - lost Primary; Maria D. Strickland (Republican) - lost Primary; state Representative Kevin Tanner (Republican) - lost Primary; Ethan Underwood (Republican) - lost Primary; Kellie Weeks (Republican) - lost Primary; state Senator John K. Wilkinson (Republican) - lost Primary; Dan Caroll Wilson (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 10: Andrew Ferguson (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 12: Dan Steiner (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 13: Caesar Gonzales (Republican) - lost Primary; Michael C. Owens (Democratic) - lost Primary; former East Point Mayor Jannquell Peters (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 14: former state Superintendent of Education John D. Barge (Republican) - lost Primary; Benjamin E. "Ben" Bullock (Republican) - lost Primary; state Representative Kevin Cooke (Republican) - lost Primary; Clayton Fuller (Republican) - lost Primary; Andreas "Andy" Gunther (Republican) - lost Primary; former state Representative Bill Hembree (Republican) - lost Primary; Matthew "Matt" Laughridge (Republican) - lost Primary.

    North Dakota: Governor: Governor Doug Burgum (Republican) - Renominated; Michael Coachman (Republican) - lost Primary. House At-Large: Roland Clifford Riemers (Democratic-Nonpartisan League) - lost Primary. Superintendent of Public Instruction: Charles J. Tuttle (Nonpartisan [Republican]) - lost Primary, previously listed as Nonpartisan [Republican].

    South Carolina: Senate Class 2: Senator Lindsey Olin Graham (Republican) - Renominated; former Walterboro City Councilman Dwayne T. "Duke" Buckner (Republican) - lost Primary; Michael James "Mike" LaPierre (Republican) - lost Primary; Joseph "Joe" Reynolds (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Christopher Matthew "Chris" Cox (Republican) - lost Primary; Mount Pleasant City Councilmember Katherine DuBeau "Kathy" Landing (Republican) - lost Primary; Brad D. Mole (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Member of Congress Addison Graves "Joe" Wilson, Sr. (Republican) - Renominated; Springdale Mayor Michael Gregg Bishop (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Mark Dilling Welch (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 5: former York County Councilman Sidney A. Moore, Jr. (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 7: state Representative Robert Q. Williams (Democratic) - lost Primary; William Henry "Cowboy" Williams (Democratic) - lost Primary.

    West Virginia: Senate Class 2: Senator Shelley Moore Capito (Republican) - Renominated; Larry Eugene Butcher (Republican) - lost Primary; former state Senator Richard Neece Ojeda, II (Democratic) - lost Primary; former South Charleston Mayor Richard Allen "Richie" Robb (Democratic) - lost Primary; Larry Allen "Allen" Whitt, II (Republican) - lost Primary. Governor: Governor James C. "Jim" Justice (Republican) - Renominated; Shelby Jean Fitzhugh (Republican) - lost Primary; former state Delegate Michael Craig "Mike" Folk (Republican) - lost Primary; Douglas Leigh "Doug" Hughes (Democratic) - lost Primary; Larry Brooke "Brooke" Lunsford (Republican) - lost Primary; Jody Lee Murphy (Democratic) - lost Primary; Charles R. "Chuck" Sheedy, Sr. (Republican) - lost Primary; George Douglas "Doug" Six (Republican) - lost Primary; Stephen Noble Smith (Democratic) - lost Primary; state Senator Ronny Douglas "Ron" Stollings (Democratic) - lost Primary; former state Commerce Secretary Henry Wood "Woody" Thrasher (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Robert Thomas "Tom" Payne (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Member of Congress Alexander Xavier "Alex" Mooney (Republican) - Renominated; Matthew Abner "Matt" Hahn (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Member of Congress Carol Devine Miller (Republican) - Renominated; Paul Elliott Davis (Democratic) - lost Primary; Jeffrey Allen "Jeff" Lewis (Democratic) - lost Primary; Russell Agre Siegel (Republican) - lost Primary. Commissioner of Agriculture: Agriculture Commissioner Kent Leonhardt (Republican) - Renominated; former Hardy County Commissioner William Edward "J.R." Keplinger, Jr. (Democratic) - lost Primary; former state Senator David Eric "Dave" Miller (Democratic) - lost Primary; Roy L. Ramey, II (Republican) - lost Primary.

    Tuesday 9 June 2020: PRIMARIES in GA, NV, ND, SC & WV [GA & WV also include PRESIDENTIAL Primaries]
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    Today's PRIMARIES

  • Georgia: STATE; Democratic PRESIDENTIAL; Republican PRESIDENTIAL
  • Nevada: STATE
  • North Dakota: STATE
  • South Carolina: STATE
  • West Virginia: STATE; Democratic PRESIDENTIAL; Republican PRESIDENTIAL
  • 4 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    4 changes to the candidate list:

    Minnesota: Senate Class 2: Josh Ondich (Write-in) - added.

    New Hampshire: Senate Class 2: Paul Krautmann (Democratic) - added; Andy Martin (Republican) - added. House CD 1: former Port Washington, NY School Board Member Joseph Mirzoeff (Democratic) - previously listed as a candidate for House CD 2.

    37 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    37 changes to the candidate list:

    Colorado: Senate Class 2: Senator Cory Scott Gardner (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 1: Member of Congress Diana L. DeGette (Democratic) - Renominated; Shane Bolling (Republican) - added. House CD 2: Member of Congress Joseph "Joe" Neguse (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 4: Member of Congress Kenneth R. "Ken" Buck (Republican) - Renominated; Jennifer Dugas (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 5: Member of Congress Douglas L. "Doug" Lamborn (Republican) - Renominated; Doug Lunde (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 6: Member of Congress Jason Crow (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 7: Member of Congress Edwin G. "Ed" Perlmutter (Democratic) - Renominated.

    Maryland: House CD 1: Allison Galbraith (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Timothy P. "Tim" Fazenbaker (Republican) - lost Primary; state Delegate Rchard K. "Rick" Impallaria (Republican) - lost Primary; Genevieve Morris (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 5: Douglas Millard "Doug" Sayers (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 8: Bridgette L. "Bri" Cooper (Republican) - lost Primary; Nicholas Gladden (Republican) - lost Primary.

    Massachusetts (filing has closed for the 1 September Primary): Senate Class 2: Andre "Maha Visnu" Gray (Green-Rainbow) - apparently not a candidate; Frederick "Fritz" Mayock (None) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 2: Member of Congress James P. "Jim" McGovern (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 3: Member of Congress Lori Loureiro Trahan (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 4: Nick Matthew (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Herb Robinson (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; former Dighton Parks Commissioner David Rosa (Republican) - added. House CD 5: Member of Congress Katherine M. Clark (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 7: Member of Congress Ayanna S. Pressley (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 9: Member of Congress William Richard "Bill" Keating (Democratic) - Renominated; Helen Brady (Republican) - added; Fairhaven Town Moderator Mark Sylvia (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate.

    New Mexico: House CD 3: former Santa Fe County Commissioner Harry B. Montoya (Republican) - lost Primary.

    Texas: House CD 14: Michael David Sanchez (Independent) - added.

    Utah: House CD 2: Member of Congress Chris Stewart (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 3: Member of Congress John Curtis (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 4: Member of Congress Ben McAdams (Democratic) - Renominated. Treasurer: Treasurer David Damschen (Republican) - Renominated. Auditor: Auditor John "Frugal" Dougall (Republican) - Renominated; Jeffrey L. Ostler (Constitution) - added.

    2020 Democratic and Republican Delegate Count Update. Guam and Virgin Islands Democratic added. Biden 1,992, Sanders 1,061. Biden is the apparent nominee of the Democratic Party.
    by TheGreenPapers Staff

    The Democratic Convention has total of 3,979 pledged delegate votes with 1,990 needed to nominate on the 1st ballot and a total of 4,753 pledged + unpledged delegate votes with 2,377 needed to nominate on subsequent ballots.
    Soft delegate count changed from Biden 1,939, Sanders 1,053, Warren 70, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2 to Biden 1,992 (+53), Sanders 1,061 (+8), Warren 67 (-3), Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 21 (-5), Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2.
    Hard delegate count changed from Biden 1,931, Sanders 1,053, Warren 78, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2 to Biden 1,976 (+45), Sanders 1,061 (+8), Warren 78, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2.

    • Guam: Soft count Biden 5 (+5), Sanders 2 (+2). Hard count Biden 5 (+5), Sanders 2 (+2).
    • Iowa: Soft count changed from Buttigieg 14, Sanders 12, Warren 8, Biden 6, Klobuchar 1 to Biden 14 (+8), Sanders 12, Buttigieg 9 (-5), Warren 5 (-3), Klobuchar 1.
    • Indiana: Soft count changed from Biden 74, Sanders 3 to Biden 81 (+7), Sanders 1 (-2). Hard count changed from Biden 74, Sanders 3 to Biden 81 (+7), Sanders 1 (-2).
    • New Mexico: Soft count changed from Biden 28, Sanders 2 to Biden 29 (+1), Sanders 3 (+1). Hard count changed from Biden 28, Sanders 2 to Biden 29 (+1), Sanders 3 (+1).
    • Pennsylvania: Soft count changed from Biden 130, Sanders 21 to Biden 147 (+17), Sanders 34 (+13). Hard count changed from Biden 130, Sanders 21 to Biden 147 (+17), Sanders 34 (+13).
    • Rhode Island: Soft count changed from Biden 16, Sanders 8 to Biden 24 (+8), Sanders 2 (-6). Hard count changed from Biden 16, Sanders 8 to Biden 24 (+8), Sanders 2 (-6).
    • Virgin Islands: Soft count Biden 7 (+7). Hard count Biden 7 (+7).

    The Republican Convention has total of 2,550 delegates with 1,276 needed to nominate.
    Soft delegate count changed from Trump 2,043, Weld 1 to Trump 2,043, Weld 1.
    Hard delegate count changed from Trump 2,014, Uncommitted 29 to Trump 2,014, Uncommitted 83 (+54).

    • Pennsylvania: Hard count changed from Trump 34, Uncommitted 0 to Uncommitted 54 (+54), Trump 34.

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    2020 Presidential Primaries, Caucuses, and Conventions:

    19 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    19 changes to the candidate list:

    Hawaii: House CD 1: Feena M. Bonoan (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate; Scott A. Hobson (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Andrew Daisuke Stewart (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 2: David Neil Cornejo (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Emma Jane Avila Fabeck (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; David Roy Hamman (Republican) - previously listed as Republican, Nonpartisan; Byron U. McCorriston (Nonpartisan) - previously listed as Nonpartisan, Republican; Ryan A. Meza (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Jan Moxley (Nonpartisan) - apparently not a candidate; Mike Powers (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Robert S. "Steve" Rousseau (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Taylor J. Smith (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

    Indiana: House CD 3: Carlos Cruz Marcano, Jr. (Democratic) - lost Primary.

    New Hampshire: Senate Class 2: former state Representative Tom Alciere (Democratic) - added. Governor: Nobody (Republican) - added. House CD 2: former Port Washington, NY School Board Member Joseph Mirzoeff (Democratic) - added.

    Pennsylvania: House CD 5: Robert M. "Rob" Jordan (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 9: Gary Steven Wegman (Democratic) - lost Primary. Auditor General: Nilofer "Nina" Ahmad (Democratic) - lost Primary.

    2020 Democratic Delegate Count Update. Biden 1,939; Sanders 1,053.
    by TheGreenPapers Staff

    The Democratic Convention has total of 3,979 pledged delegate votes with 1,990 needed to nominate on the 1st ballot and a total of 4,753 pledged + unpledged delegate votes with 2,377 needed to nominate on subsequent ballots.
    Soft delegate count changed from Biden 1,866, Sanders 1,056, Warren 70, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2 to Biden 1,939 (+73), Sanders 1,053 (-3), Warren 70, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2.
    Hard delegate count changed from Biden 1,858, Sanders 1,056, Warren 78, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2 to Biden 1,931 (+73), Sanders 1,053 (-3), Warren 78, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2.

    • District of Columbia: Soft count Biden 20 (+20). Hard count Biden 20 (+20).
    • Indiana: Soft count changed from Biden 61, Sanders 2 to Biden 74 (+13), Sanders 3 (+1). Hard count changed from Biden 61, Sanders 2 to Biden 74 (+13), Sanders 3 (+1).
    • Maryland: Soft count changed from Biden 71 to Biden 96 (+25). Hard count changed from Biden 71 to Biden 96 (+25).
    • Montana: Soft count changed from Biden 14, Sanders 0 to Biden 18 (+4), Sanders 1 (+1). Hard count changed from Biden 14, Sanders 0 to Biden 18 (+4), Sanders 1 (+1).
    • New Mexico: Soft count changed from Biden 22, Sanders 3 to Biden 28 (+6), Sanders 2 (-1). Hard count changed from Biden 22, Sanders 3 to Biden 28 (+6), Sanders 2 (-1).
    • Pennsylvania: Soft count changed from Biden 126, Sanders 25 to Biden 130 (+4), Sanders 21 (-4). Hard count changed from Biden 126, Sanders 25 to Biden 130 (+4), Sanders 21 (-4).
    • South Dakota: Soft count changed from Biden 12, Sanders 3 to Biden 13 (+1), Sanders 3. Hard count changed from Biden 12, Sanders 3 to Biden 13 (+1), Sanders 3.

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    2020 Presidential Primaries, Caucuses, and Conventions:

    71 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    71 changes to the candidate list:

    Hawaii (filing has closed for the 8 August Primary): House CD 2: David Roy Hamman (Republican, Nonpartisan) - previously listed as Republican; Jonathan Ho'omanawanui (Aloha Aina) - previously listed as Republican; Byron U. McCorriston (Nonpartisan, Republican) - previously listed as Nonpartisan; Taylor J. Smith (Republican) - added; Steve Tataii (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Michelle Tippens (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate.

    Idaho (results of the 19 May Primary): Senate Class 2: Jim Vandermaas (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Member of Congress Russell "Russ" Fulcher (Republican) - Renominated; Nicholas Jones (Republican) - lost Primary; Staniela Nikolova (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Member of Congress Michael Keith "Mike" Simpson (Republican) - Renominated; Kevin Rhoades (Republican) - lost Primary.

    Kentucky: House CD 5: John L. Wells (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate.

    Michigan: House CD 13: Donald Eason (Independent) - added.

    Minnesota (filing has closed for the 11 August Primary): Senate Class 2: Robert Paul "Rob" Barrett, Jr. (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; John L. Berman (Republican) - added; Paul Beshah (Independence) - apparently not a candidate; Bob "Again" Carney, Jr. (Republican) - added; Cynthia Gail (Republican) - added; W.D. "Bill" Hamm (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - apparently not a candidate; Ahmad R. Hassan (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - added; Alexandra Marie Holker (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - apparently not a candidate; Forest W. Hyatt (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Kevin O'Connor (Legal Marijuana Now) - added; Christopher Lovell Seymore, Sr. (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - added; Theron Preston Washington (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 1: Member of Congress James "Jim" Hagedorn (Republican) - Renominated; Bill Rood (Grassroots - Legalize Cannabis) - added; Hans Gabriel Tinsley (Unaffiliated) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 2: Member of Congress Angela Dawn "Angie" Craig (Democratic) - Renominated; Bradley "Brad" Svenson (Independence) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 3: Leslie Davis (Republican) - added; Gary Edward Heyer (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Cole Young (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - added. House CD 4: Tiffini Flynn Forslund (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - added; former School Board Member, Alberder Gillespie (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - added; Gene Rechtzigel (Republican) - added; Reid Rossell (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - added; former Windom Council member Jayesun Israel Sherman (Republican) - previously listed as a candidate for House CD 7; Susan Sindt (Grassroots - Legalize Cannabis) - added. House CD 5: Leila Shukri Bashir Adan (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - apparently not a candidate; Chris Kelley (Independence) - apparently not a candidate; Daniel Patrick McCarthy (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - added; Ervan Katari Miller (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - apparently not a candidate; Michael Moore (Legal Marijuana Now) - added; Danielle Stella (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Laverne C. Turner (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Toya Michelle Woodland (Green) - apparently not a candidate; Haji Yussuf (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 6: Aaron Aanerud (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - added; Patrick Munro (Republican) - added. House CD 7: Rae Hart Anderson (Grassroots - Legalize Cannabis) - added; Noel Collis (Republican) - re-added; Alycia R. Gruenhagen (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - added; David Russell "Dave" Hughes (Republican) - re-added; Slater Johnson (Legalize Marijuana Party) - added; William Louwagie (Republican) - added; former Windom Council Member Jayesun Israel Sherman (Republican) - added; Kevin "NeSe" Shores (Grassroots - Legalize Cannabis) - added. House CD 8: Judith Schwartzbacker (Grassroots - Legalize Cannabis) - added; former Duluth School Board Member Harry Robb Welty (Republican) - added.

    Montana: Senate Class 2: Dennis Daneke (Green) - lost Primary. Secretary of State: Brad Johnson (Republican) - lost Primary; state Senator Scott Sales (Republican) - lost Primary.

    New Mexico: House CD 3: Karen Evette Bedonie (Republican) - lost Primary.

    Pennsylvania: House CD 1: Member of Congress Brian K. Fitzpatrick (Republican) - Renominated; Andrew Martin "Andy" Meehan (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Kalen Spencer (The Alliance Party) - previously listed as Not readily classifiable. House CD 7: former Lehigh Commissioner Dean Napier Browning (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 8: Theodore V. "Teddy" Daniels (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 10: Thomas F. Brier, Jr. (Democratic) - lost Primary.

    2020 Democratic and Republican Delegate Count Update. Biden 1,866; Sanders 1,056 delegates.
    by TheGreenPapers Staff

    The Democratic Convention has total of 3,979 pledged delegate votes with 1,990 needed to nominate on the 1st ballot and a total of 4,753 pledged + unpledged delegate votes with 2,377 needed to nominate on subsequent ballots.
    Soft delegate count changed from Biden 1,544, Sanders 1,015, Warren 70, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2 to Biden 1,866 (+322), Sanders 1,056 (+41), Warren 70, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2.
    Hard delegate count changed from Biden 1,536, Sanders 1,015, Warren 78, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2 to Biden 1,858 (+322), Sanders 1,056 (+41), Warren 78, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2.

    • Indiana: Soft count Biden 61 (+61), Sanders 2 (+2). Hard count Biden 61 (+61), Sanders 2 (+2).
    • Maryland: Soft count Biden 71 (+71). Hard count Biden 71 (+71).
    • Montana: Soft count Biden 14 (+14). Hard count Biden 14 (+14).
    • New Mexico: Soft count Biden 22 (+22), Sanders 3 (+3). Hard count Biden 22 (+22), Sanders 3 (+3).
    • Pennsylvania: Soft count Biden 126 (+126), Sanders 25 (+25). Hard count Biden 126 (+126), Sanders 25 (+25).
    • Rhode Island: Soft count Biden 16 (+16), Sanders 8 (+8). Hard count Biden 16 (+16), Sanders 8 (+8).
    • South Dakota: Soft count Biden 12 (+12), Sanders 3 (+3). Hard count Biden 12 (+12), Sanders 3 (+3).

    The Republican Convention has total of 2,550 delegates with 1,276 needed to nominate.
    Soft delegate count changed from Trump 1,797, Weld 1 to Trump 2,043 (+246), Weld 1.
    Hard delegate count changed from Trump 1,768, Uncommitted 29 to Trump 2,014 (+246), Uncommitted 29.

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    2020 Presidential Primaries, Caucuses, and Conventions:

    208 changes to the candidate list. Tuesday 2 June Primary re-cap for IN, IA, MD, MT, NM, PA, SD. Member of Congress Steve King (Republican Iowa House 4) lost his primary.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    208 changes to the candidate list:

    Hawaii: House CD 1: Feena Bonoan (Libertarian) - added; Ron Curtis (Republican) - added; J.D. Dickens (Republican) - added; Nancy Olson (Republican) - added; Andrew Stewart (Democratic) - added. House CD 2: Steven Bond (Republican) - added; Ron Burrus (Nonpartisan) - added; Emma Jane Avila Fabeck (Democratic) - added; John "Raghu" Giuffre (American Shopping) - added; Brenda Lee (Democratic) - added; Nicholas Love (Republican) - added; Jan Moxley (Nonpartisan) - added; Robert Nagamine (Republican) - added; Felipe San Nicolas (Republican) - added; Steve Tataii (Democratic) - added.

    Indiana: House CD 1: Dion Michael Bergeron (Republican) - lost Primary; Melissa A. Borom (Democratic) - lost Primary; Carrie Castro (Democratic) - lost Primary; Scott L. Costello (Democratic) - lost Primary; Antonio "Tony" Daggett, Sr. (Democratic) - lost Primary; Ryan Farrar (Democratic) - lost Primary; Sabrina Haake (Democratic) - lost Primary; John Henry Hall (Democratic) - lost Primary; Mont Andrew Handley (Republican) - lost Primary; James "Jim" Harper (Democratic) - lost Primary; Spencer T. Lemmons (Republican) - lost Primary; Hammond Mayor Thomas M. McDermott, Jr. (Democratic) - lost Primary; former Prairie State Community College Trustee Wendell Mosby (Democratic) - lost Primary; William F. "Bill" Powers (Republican) - lost Primary; state Representative Mara Candelaria Reardon (Democratic) - lost Primary; Jayson H. Reeves (Democratic) - lost Primary; Delano Michael Scaife (Republican) - lost Primary; former Merrillville Town Councilman Andrew Sylwestrowicz (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Member of Congress Jackie Swihart Walorski (Republican) - Renominated; Christopher Glenn Davis (Republican) - lost Primary; Ellen L. Marks (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Member of Congress James E. "Jim" Banks (Republican) - Renominated; Jean-Paul Bangila "JP" Kalonji (Democratic) - lost Primary; Christopher "Chris" Magiera (Republican) - lost Primary; Thomas Allan "Tommy" Schrader (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Benjamin Frederick (Democratic) - lost Primary; Howard Joseph Pollchik (Democratic) - lost Primary; Veronikka M. Ziol (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 5: Kent Abernathy (Republican) - lost Primary; Andrew Peter "Andy" Bales (Republican) - lost Primary; Micah Beckwith (Republican) - lost Primary; former Marion County Prosecutor Carl Joseph Brizzi (Republican) - lost Primary; Jennifer Christie (Democratic) - lost Primary; Allen Ray Davidson (Republican) - lost Primary; Chuck Dietzen (Republican) - lost Primary; Beth Elaine Henderson (Republican) - lost Primary; Matthew Caroll "Matt" Hook (Republican) - lost Primary; Matthew Hullinger (Republican) - lost Primary; former Marion County Prosecutor Andrew James "Andy" Jacobs, Jr. (Democratic) - lost Primary; Treasurer Kelly Maureen Mitchell (Republican) - lost Primary; Daniel "Danny" Niederberger, Jr. (Republican) - lost Primary; Mark Small (Republican) - lost Primary; Ralph Spelbring (Democratic) - lost Primary; Russell H. Stwalley (Republican) - lost Primary; Dierdre "Dee" Thornton (Democratic) - lost Primary; Victor Dean Wakley (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 6: Member of Congress Gregory J. "Greg" Pence (Republican) - Renominated; Mike Campbell (Republican) - lost Primary; George Thomas Holland (Democratic) - lost Primary; Barry Welsh (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 7: Member of Congress André D. Carson (Democratic) - Renominated; Jon Jason Davis (Republican) - lost Primary; Douglas L. "Doug" Merrill (Republican) - lost Primary; J.D. Miniear (Republican) - lost Primary; Pierre Quincy Pullins (Democratic) - lost Primary; Martin G. "Mike" Ramey (Republican) - lost Primary; Gerald Walters (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 8: former state Representative Ron Drake (Democratic) - lost Primary; Mike Webster (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 9: Dale William "D. Liaim" Dorris, II (Democratic) - lost Primary; Brandon Hood (Democratic) - lost Primary; James C. O'Gabhann, III (Democratic) - lost Primary; former Dekalb, Illinois Alderman Mark J. Powell (Democratic) - lost Primary.

    Iowa: Senate Class 2: Michael "Mike" Franken (Democratic) - lost Primary; Kimberly Graham (Democratic) - lost Primary; Eddie J. Mauro (Democratic) - lost Primary; Cal George Woods (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Thomas "Tom" Hansen (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Tim Borchardt (Republican) - lost Primary; Steven R. Everly (Republican) - lost Primary; Ricky Lee "Rick" Phillips (Republican) - lost Primary; former Illinois Member of Congress Robert Todd "Bobby" Schilling (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 3: William J. "Bill" Schafer (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Member of Congress Steven A. "Steve" King (Republican) - Lost Primary; Steven "Steve" Reeder (Republican) - lost Primary; former Mayor of Irwin Bret A. Richards (Republican) - lost Primary; Woodbury County Supervisor Jeremy Taylor (Republican) - lost Primary.

    Maryland: House CD 1: Member of Congress Andrew P. "Andy" Harris (Republican) - Renominated; Jorge Delgado (Republican) - lost Primary; Jennifer Pingley (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Member of Congress Charles Albert Dutch "C.A. Dutch" Ruppersberger, III (Democratic) - Renominated; Scott M. Collier (Republican) - lost Primary; Michael A. Feldman (Democratic) - lost Primary; Jake Pretot (Democratic) - lost Primary; Jim Simpson (Republican) - lost Primary; Blaine Taylor (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Member of Congress John Peter Spyros Sarbanes (Democratic) - Renominated; Joseph C. "Joe" Ardito (Democratic) - lost Primary; Thomas E. "Pinkston" Harris (Republican) - lost Primary; Reba A. Hawkins (Republican) - lost Primary; Joshua M. "Josh" Morales (Republican) - lost Primary; John M. Rea (Democratic) - lost Primary; Rob Seyfferth (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Member of Congress Anthony Gregory Brown (Democratic) - Renominated; Shelia Bryant (Democratic) - lost Primary; Nnabu Eze (Republican) - lost Primary; Eric Loeb (Republican) - lost Primary; Kim A. Shelton (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 5: Member of Congress Steny Hamilton Hoyer (Democratic) - Renominated; Bryan DuVal "DuVal" Cubero (Republican) - lost Primary; William A. Devine, III (Democratic) - lost Primary; Lee Havis (Republican) - lost Primary; Vanessa Marie Hoffman (Democratic) - lost Primary; Kenneth Baxter Lee (Republican) - lost Primary; Briana Urbina (Democratic) - lost Primary; Mckayla Wilkes (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 6: Member of Congress David J. Trone (Democratic) - Renominated; Maxwell A. Bero (Democratic) - lost Primary; Kevin Terome Caldwell (Republican) - lost Primary; Chris P. Meyyur (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 7: Member of Congress Kweisi Mfume (Democratic) - Renominated; T. Dan Baker (Democratic) - lost Primary; Ray Bly (Republican) - lost Primary; Alicia D. Brown (Democratic) - lost Primary; Brian L. Brown (Republican) - lost Primary; state Senator Jill P. Carter (Democratic) - lost Primary; Matko Lee Chullin, III (Democratic) - lost Primary; Maya Rockeymoore Cummings (Democratic) - lost Primary; Jermyn Michael "Mike" Davidson (Democratic) - lost Primary; Darryl Gonzalez (Democratic) - lost Primary; Mark Steven Gosnell (Democratic) - lost Primary; Dan Hiegel (Democratic) - lost Primary; Michael D. Howard (Democratic) - lost Primary; state Delegate Jay Jalisi (Democratic) - lost Primary; M.J. Madwolf (Republican) - lost Primary; Liz Matory (Republican) - lost Primary; William T. Newton (Republican) - lost Primary; Adrian Petrus (Democratic) - lost Primary; Saafir A. Rabb (Democratic) - lost Primary; Gary Schuman (Democratic) - lost Primary; Charles U. Smith (Democratic) - lost Primary; Harry Spikes (Democratic) - lost Primary; Charles Stokes (Democratic) - lost Primary; Jeffrey "Jeff" Woodard (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 8: Member of Congress Jamin B. "Jamie" Raskin (Democratic) - Renominated; Marcia H. Morgan (Democratic) - lost Primary; Utam Paul (Democratic) - lost Primary; Patricia Rogers (Republican) - lost Primary; Shelton "Shelly" Skolnick (Republican) - lost Primary; Michael Yadeta (Republican) - lost Primary; Lih Young (Democratic) - lost Primary.

    Montana: Senate Class 2: Senator Steven "Steve" Daines (Republican) - Renominated; John Brian Driscoll (Republican) - lost Primary; Michael Chantry "Mike" Knoles (Democratic) - lost Primary; Daniel Richard "Dan" Larson (Republican) - lost Primary; John Mues (Democratic) - lost Primary. Governor: Attorney General Tim Fox (Republican) - lost Primary; state Senator Albert "Al" "Doc" Olszewski (Republican) - lost Primary; Whitney Williams (Democratic) - lost Primary. House At-Large: Joe Dooling (Republican) - lost Primary; John David Evankovich (Republican) - lost Primary; former state Representative Debra Lamm (Republican) - lost Primary; Mark J. McGinley (Republican) - lost Primary; Secretary of State Corey Stapleton (Republican) - lost Primary; state Representative Thomas "Tom" Winter (Democratic) - lost Primary. Secretary of State: Bowen Greenwood (Republican) - lost Primary; Kurt Johnson (Republican) - lost Primary; state Representative Forrest J. Mandeville (Republican) - lost Primary. Attorney General: Jon Bennion (Republican) - lost Primary; state Representative Kimberly P. Dudik (Democratic) - lost Primary. Auditor: Nelly Nicol (Republican) - lost Primary; Scott "Tux" Tuxbury (Republican) - lost Primary; Mike Winsor (Democratic) - lost Primary.

    New Mexico: Senate Class 2: Gavin S. Clarkson (Republican) - lost Primary; Elisa Maria Martinez (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Brett Kokinadis (Republican) - lost Primary; Jared R. Vander Dussen (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Claire Chase (Republican) - lost Primary; former Fresno Councilman Chris Mathys (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 3: John Blair (Democratic) - lost Primary; Sandoval County Treasurer Laura M. Montoya (Democratic) - lost Primary; Valerie E. Plame (Democratic) - lost Primary; state Representative Joseph Louis Sanchez (Democratic) - lost Primary; First Judicial District Attorney Marco Peter Serna (Democratic) - lost Primary; Kyle J. Tisdel (Democratic) - lost Primary.

    Oregon: Secretary of State: state Senator Kim Thatcher (Republican, Independent Party of Oregon) - previously listed as Republican. Treasurer: Chris Henry (Non Affiliated, Independent Party of Oregon) - previously listed as Non Affiliated.

    Pennsylvania: House CD 1: Skylar Hurwitz (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 8: Mikel J. "Mike" Cammisa (Republican) - lost Primary; Earl Granville (Republican) - lost Primary; Luzerne County Councilor Harry Haas, IV (Republican) - lost Primary; former Hazleton Mayor Michael P. "Mike" Marsicano (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 11: Paul Richard Daigle (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 18: Member of Congress Michael F. "Mike" Doyle (Democratic) - Renominated; Gerald S. "Jerry" Dickinson (Democratic) - lost Primary. Auditor General: state Representative Harry Scott "Scott" Conklin (Democratic) - lost Primary; Smithfield Township Auditor Rose Marie "Rosie" Davis (Democratic) - lost Primary; Tracie Lynne Fountain (Democratic) - lost Primary; Christina M. Hartman (Democratic) - lost Primary.

    South Dakota: Senate Class 2: Senator Marion Michael "Mike" Rounds (Republican) - Renominated; state Representative Scyller J. Borglum (Republican) - lost Primary. House At-Large: Member of Congress Dustin "Dusty" Johnson (Republican) - Renominated; former state Representative Elizabeth "Liz" Marty May (Republican) - lost Primary.

    Tuesday 2 June 2020: PRIMARIES in DC, IN, IA, MD, MT, NM, PA, RI & SD [no State Primaries in RI; all except IA include Dem & GOP Presidential Primaries]
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    TODAY's Primaries:

    INDIANA Congressional race results from a media source
    INDIANA Statewide (including Presidential Primary) results from a media source

    IOWA Primary results from a media source

    MARYLAND Congressional District race results from a media source

    NEW MEXICO Primary results from a media source

    PENNSYLVANIA Primary results from a media source

    SOUTH DAKOTA Primary results from a media source


    39 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    39 changes to the candidate list:

    Alaska (filing has closed for the 18 August Primary): President: Kasey Wells (Non Affiliated) - added. Senate Class 2: Senator Dan Sullivan (Republican) - Renominated; Larry N. Barnes (Democratic) - added; Edgar Blatchford (Democratic) - added; Christopher Charles "Chris" Cumings (Democratic) - previously listed as Non Affiliated; John Howe (Alaskan Independence) - added; David Paul "Dave" Matheny (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Adam Newman (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House At-Large: William "Bill" Hibler (Democratic) - added.

    Kansas (filing has closed for the 4 August Primary): Senate Class 2: John L. Berman (Republican) - added; Derek C. Ellis (Republican) - added; John Miller (Republican) - added; Senator Pat Roberts (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 2: Dennis Taylor (Republican) - added; James K. Windholz (Democratic) - added. House CD 3: Sharice L. Davids (Democratic) - added; Tom Love (Republican) - added. House CD 4: Member of Congress Ron Estes (Republican) - Renominated.

    Louisiana: House CD 2: Colby C. James (Independent) - added.

    Wisconsin (filing has closed for the 11 August Primary): House CD 2: Member of Congress Mark Pocan (Democratic) - Renominated; Jeffery David "Jeff" Heller (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 3: Justin Bonner (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; John Garske (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Derrick Van Orden (Republican) - removed; Tim Aaron Peters (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 4: Aneb Jah Rasta Sensas-Utcha Nefer (Independent) - added; Robert R. Raymond (Independent) - added. House CD 6: Member of Congress Glenn S. Grothman (Republican) - Renominated; Michael G. Beardsley (Democratic) - added; Michael Grant Beardsley (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Fredrick W. "Rick" Erickson (Conservative) - apparently not a candidate; Melissa M. McClintick (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Amy Irene Washburn (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 7: Member of Congress Thomas "Tom" Tiffany (Republican) - Renominated; Lawrence Dale (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Michael Paul Opela, Sr. (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Member of Congress Thomas "Tom" Tiffany (Republican) - added as candidate. House CD 8: Member of Congress Michael John "Mike" Gallagher (Republican) - Renominated.

    Presidential Candidates: Kasey Wells (Non Affiliated) - added.

    20 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    20 changes to the candidate list:

    Alaska: House At-Large: Jerry Heikes (Republican) - added; Ray Sean Tugatuk (Democratic) - added.

    Arizona: Senate Class 3 Special: Alan Ashley Alexander White (Independent) - added.

    Hawaii: House CD 2: David Roy Hamman (Republican) - added; Byron McCorriston (Nonpartisan) - added.

    Louisiana: Senate Class 2: Dustin Murphy (Republican) - added; Peter Wenstrup (Democratic) - added. House CD 3: Brandon LeLeux (Libertarian) - added.

    Minnesota: House CD 5: Leslie L. "Les" Lester (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - added.

    Vermont: Secretary of State: Secretary of State James C. "Jim" Condos (Democratic) - Renominated. Attorney General: Attorney General T.J. Donovan (Democratic) - Renominated. Treasurer: Treasurer Elizabeth "Beth" Pearce (Democratic) - Renominated.

    Virgin Islands: Delegate to the House of Representatives: Shekema M. George (Independent) - added.

    Wisconsin: House CD 1: Angela Cunningham (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate.

    Wyoming (filing has closed for the 18 August Primary): Senate Class 2: Devon Cade (Republican) - added; Patrick John Dotson (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Rolland Scott Holthus (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Chuck Jagoda (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Nathan Wendt (Democratic) - added. House At-Large: Lynnette Grey Bull (Democratic) - added.

    49 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    49 changes to the candidate list:

    Kansas: Senate Class 2: Lance Berland (Republican) - added; Adam Smith (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; state Senator Susan Wagle (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 1: Jerry Molstad (Republican) - added.

    Utah: House CD 4: Jonathan L. Peterson (Write-in) - added.

    Vermont (filing has closed for the 11 August Primary): Governor: Douglas Cavett (Democratic) - added; Ralph "Carcajou" Corbo (Democratic) - added; Cris Ericson (Progressive) - added; Bernard Peters (Republican) - added; Emily Peyton (Republican) - added; Governor Phil Scott (Republican) - added as candidate; Boots Wardinski (Progressive) - added; David Zuckerman (Progressive) - removed. Lieutenant Governor: Cris Ericson (Progressive) - added; Jim Hogue (Republican) - added; Debbie Ingram (Democratic) - added; Scott Milne (Republican) - added; Dwayne Tucker (Republican) - added. House At-Large: Miriam Berry (Republican) - added; Chris Brimmer (Progressive) - added; Ralph "Carcajou" Corbo (Democratic) - added; Cris Ericson (Progressive) - previously listed as Independent [Marijuana]; Edward Gilbert (Republican) - added; Justin Tuthill (Republican) - previously listed as None; Anya Tynio (Republican) - added. Secretary of State: Secretary of State James C. "Jim" Condos (Democratic) - added as candidate; Cris Ericson (Progressive) - added. Attorney General: Attorney General T.J. Donovan (Democratic) - added as candidate; Cris Ericson (Progressive) - added; H. Brooke Paige (Republican) - added; Emily Peyton (Republican) - added. Treasurer: Cris Ericson (Progressive) - added; H. Brooke Paige (Republican) - added; Treasurer Elizabeth "Beth" Pearce (Democratic) - added as candidate; Carolyn Whitney Branagan (Republican) - added. Auditor of Accounts: Cris Ericson (Progressive) - added; Alice Flanders (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Auditor Doug Hoffer (Democratic) - added as candidate; H. Brooke Paige (Republican) - added.

    Wisconsin: Superintendent of Public Instruction: Assistant State Superintendent Sheila Briggs (Democratic) - added; Pecatonica Area School District Administrator Jill Underly (Democratic) - added.

    Wyoming: Senate Class 2: R, Mark Armstrong (Republican) - added; Ken Casner (Democratic) - added; James Kirk DeBrine (Democratic) - added; former County Court Judge John Holtz (Republican) - added; Michael Kemler (Republican) - added; Star Roselli (Republican) - added; Rex Wilde (Democratic) - added. House At-Large: Blake Stanley (Republican) - added.

    4 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    4 changes to the candidate list:

    Delaware: Governor: state Senator Bryant L. Richardson (Republican) - added.

    Georgia: Senate Class 2: Tom Jones (Independent) - added.

    Michigan: House CD 8: State Board of Education Member Nicolette "Nikki" Snyder (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

    Presidential Candidates: Richard Mayers (Republican) - added.

    2 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    2 changes to the candidate list:

    Kansas: House CD 1: state Representative Troy Waymaster (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

    Texas: House CD 4: Member of Congress John Lee Ratcliffe (Republican) - 21 May 2020: Confirmed by the U.S. Senate 49-44 as National Intelligence Director; 26 May 2020: Sworn as National Intelligence Director; Governor Greg Abbott will not call a Special Election to fill this seat.

    The Partisan Composition of the U.S. House is now 233 Democrats, 197 Republicans, 1 Libertarian, and 4 vacant seats (California House CD 50, New York House CD 27, North Carolina House CD 11, Texas House CD 4).
    48 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    Colorado: Senate Class 2: Martha "Marti" Wolf (Unaffiliated) - added. House CD 7: Igor Raykin (Unaffiliated) - added.

    Connecticut: President: Shawn W. Howard (Unaffiliated) - added. House CD 4: Damon Lawrence Cerreta (Write-in) - added.

    Delaware: President: Shawn W. Howard (Independent) - added.

    Idaho: President: Shawn W. Howard (Unaffiliated) - added.

    Indiana: President: Shawn W. Howard (Independent) - added. Senate Class 3: Haneefah Khaaliq (Democratic) - added.

    Kansas: House CD 2: Robert Garrard (Libertarian) - added.

    Kentucky: President: Shawn W. Howard (Independent) - added.

    Maryland: President: Shawn W. Howard (Independent) - added.

    Minnesota: Senate Class 2: Paul Beshah (Independence) - added; James Reibestein (Republican) - added; Oliver Steinberg (Grassroots - Legalize Cannabis) - added. House CD 1: Daniel "Dan" Feehan (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - previously listed as Democratic; Mark P. Schroepfer (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 2: Adam Weeks (Legal Marijuana Now) - added. House CD 4: Travis James Ekbom (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 6: Ian Andrew Todd (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 7: David Russell "Dave" Hughes (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Thaddeus Robert Laugisch (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 8: Michelle Lee (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - apparently not a candidate, previously listed as Democratic; Soren Christian Sorensen (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - apparently not a candidate; former Palisade City Clerk Gaylene Spolarich (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - apparently not a candidate.

    New York: House CD 2: Daniel Craig Ross (Other) - previously listed as a candidate for House CD 3. House CD 4: Azeem Hussein (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 11: Gary S. Popkin (Libertarian) - removed. House CD 13: Kenneth D. Schaeffer (Working Families) - previously listed as Other. House CD 17: George John Bosco (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Duane M. Jackson (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 23: Scott Andrew Noren (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate.

    Oregon (19 May Primary update): House CD 2: Nick L. "Nik" Heuertz (Democratic) - lost Primary. Secretary of State: state Senator Mark D. Hass (Democratic) - lost Primary.

    Tennessee: House CD 7: Ronald Brown (Independent American) - previously listed as Independent.

    Texas: Senate Class 2: David Collins (Write-in [Green]) - added; Luke Warren (Write-in) - added. House CD 2: Laura Antoniou (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate; Carol Unisicker (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 11: Brian Holk (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 16: Ben Leder (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 21: Tom Wakely (Write-in [Green]) - added. House CD 23: Tim Martinez (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 30: Dakinya J. Jefferson (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 32: Ken Ashby (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 36: Hal Ridley, Jr. (Green) - added. Railroad Commissioner 3: Katija "Kat" Gruene (Write-in [Green]) - added.

    Wyoming: Senate Class 2: Rolland Scott Holthus (Republican) - added.

    Presidential Candidates: Spike Cohen (Libertarian) - added.

    2020 Democratic Delegate Count Update. Hawaii 23 May and Oregon 19 May Primary.
    by TheGreenPapers Staff

    The Democratic Convention has total of 3,979 pledged delegate votes with 1,990 needed to nominate on the 1st ballot and a total of 4,753 pledged + unpledged delegate votes with 2,377 needed to nominate on subsequent ballots.
    Soft delegate count changed from Biden 1,515, Sanders 1,000, Warren 70, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2 to Biden 1,544 (+29), Sanders 1,015 (+15), Warren 70, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2.
    Hard delegate count changed from Biden 1,507, Sanders 1,000, Warren 78, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2 to Biden 1,536 (+29), Sanders 1,015 (+15), Warren 78, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2.

    • Hawaii: Soft count Biden 16 (+16), Sanders 8 (+8). Hard count Biden 16 (+16), Sanders 8 (+8).
    • Oregon: Soft count changed from Biden 33, Sanders 8 to Biden 46 (+13), Sanders 15 (+7). Hard count changed from Biden 33, Sanders 8 to Biden 46 (+13), Sanders 15 (+7).

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    2020 Presidential Primaries, Caucuses, and Conventions:

    2 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    2 changes to the candidate list:

    New York: House CD 13: Kenneth D. Schaeffer (Other) - added.

    Texas: House CD 4: Member of Congress John Lee Ratcliffe (Republican) - Open Seat - 21 May 2020: Confirmed by the U.S. Senate 49-44 as National Intelligence Director. Governor Greg Abbott will not call a Special Election to fill this seat. The Republican Party has scheduled an 8 August Congressional District Executive Committee Meeting to select a replacement nominee for the November 2020 General Election.

    5 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    5 changes to the candidate list:

    Indiana: Attorney General: former Member of Congress Todd Rokita (Republican) - added.

    New York: House CD 11: Gary S. Popkin (Libertarian) - added.

    Oregon: Senate Class 2: Senator Jeffrey Alan "Jeff" Merkley (Democratic, Independent Party of Oregon) - previously listed as Democratic. Attorney General: Attorney General Ellen F. Rosenblum (Independent Party of Oregon, Democratic) - previously listed as Democratic.

    Virginia: House CD 5: Mitchell Bupp (Independent) - apparently not a candidate.

    2020 Democratic and Republican Delegate Count Update. Oregon Presidential Primary.
    by TheGreenPapers Staff

    The Democratic Convention has total of 3,979 pledged delegate votes with 1,990 needed to nominate on the 1st ballot and a total of 4,753 pledged + unpledged delegate votes with 2,377 needed to nominate on subsequent ballots.
    Soft delegate count changed from Biden 1,472, Sanders 991, Warren 78, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2 to Biden 1,515 (+43), Sanders 1,000 (+9), Warren 70 (-8), Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2.
    Hard delegate count changed from Biden 1,472, Sanders 991, Warren 78, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2 to Biden 1,507 (+35), Sanders 1,000 (+9), Warren 78, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2.

    • Massachusetts: Soft count changed from Biden 37, Sanders 30, Warren 24 to Biden 45 (+8), Sanders 30, Warren 16 (-8).
    • Nebraska: Soft count changed from Biden 26 to Biden 29 (+3). Hard count changed from Biden 26 to Biden 29 (+3).
    • Oregon: Soft count Biden 33 (+33), Sanders 8 (+8). Hard count Biden 33 (+33), Sanders 8 (+8).
    • Wisconsin: Soft count changed from Biden 57, Sanders 27 to Biden 56 (-1), Sanders 28 (+1). Hard count changed from Biden 57, Sanders 27 to Biden 56 (-1), Sanders 28 (+1).

    The Republican Convention has total of 2,550 delegates with 1,276 needed to nominate.
    Soft delegate count changed from Trump 1,712, Weld 1 to Trump 1,797 (+85), Weld 1.
    Hard delegate count changed from Trump 1,683, Uncommitted 29 to Trump 1,768 (+85), Uncommitted 29.

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    2020 Presidential Primaries, Caucuses, and Conventions:

    41 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    41 changes to the candidate list:

    Maryland: Governor: Ed Tinus (Democratic) - added.

    Oregon (partial results of 19 May primary): Senate Class 2: Paul Joseph Romero, Jr. (Republican) - lost Primary; Robert Schwartz (Republican) - lost Primary; John L. Verbeek (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Member of Congress Suzanne M. Bonamici (Democratic) - Renominated; Ricardo "Ricky" Barajas (Democratic) - lost Primary; Heidi Briones (Democratic) - lost Primary; Armidia D. "Army" Murray (Republican) - lost Primary; Amanda Nicole Siebe (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 2: former state Senator Jason A. Atkinson (Republican) - lost Primary; former state Representative Knute C. Buehler (Republican) - lost Primary; David R. Campbell (Republican) - lost Primary; Harold Glenn "Glenn" Carey, Jr (Republican) - lost Primary; Jimmy Crumpacker (Republican) - lost Primary; Travis A. Fager (Republican) - lost Primary; John Paul Holm (Democratic) - lost Primary; former Union County Commissioner Jack Howard (Democratic) - lost Primary; Bend City Councilor Justin L. Livingston (Republican) - lost Primary; Kenneth W. "Ken" Medenbach (Republican) - lost Primary; Mark R. Roberts (Republican) - lost Primary; Jeffery G. "Jeff" Smith (Republican) - lost Primary; Chris Vaughn (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Member of Congress Earl Blumenauer (Democratic) - Renominated; Charles Rand "Rand" Barnett (Democratic) - lost Primary; Matthew S. Davis (Democratic) - lost Primary; Thomas Samuel "Tom" Harrison, IV (Republican) - lost Primary; Frank Hecker (Republican) - lost Primary; Albert Lee (Democratic) - lost Primary; Dane Wilcox (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Member of Congress Peter Anthony "Pete" DeFazio (Democratic) - Renominated; Doyle Elizabeth Canning (Democratic) - lost Primary; Nelson Terna Ijih (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 5: Member of Congress Walter Kurt "Kurt" Schrader (Democratic) - Renominated; Garg Shane "Shane" Dinkel (Republican) - lost Primary; Milwaukie Mayor Mark F. Gamba (Democratic) - lost Primary; Joseph "Joey" Nations (Republican) - lost Primary; Blair G. Reynolds (Democratic) - lost Primary; Angela Roman (Republican) - lost Primary. Secretary of State: former Phoenix City Manager Jamie E. McLeod-Skinner (Democratic) - lost Primary; Dave W. Stauffer (Republican) - lost Primary.

    Washington: Governor: Lisa Thomas (No Party Preference) - apparently not a candidate.

    Tuesday 19 May 2020: IDAHO and OREGON State PRIMARIES (PRESIDENTIAL Primaries in OREGON also)
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    Results in the IDAHO Primaries will not be announced publicly until Tuesday 2 June in order for Absentee Ballots to be included in the tally.

    OREGON votes by mail: in addition to the State Primaries, there will also be Presidential Primaries in OREGON re: the Democratic and Republican Parties.

    Oregon Returns from an official source.
    Results from a media source.

    3 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    3 changes to the candidate list:

    Virginia: House CD 5: Mitchell Bupp (Independent) - added. House CD 11: Dianne Blais (Green) - added.

    Washington: Lieutenant Governor: state Senator Steve Hobbs (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate.

    94 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    94 changes to the candidate list:

    Connecticut: House CD 1: Betty Dang (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Mary Fay (Republican) - added. House CD 2: Justin Anderson (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 4: TJ Elgin (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Michael Ted Goldstein (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 5: Peter Robert "Pete" Barresi (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Robert Finley Hyde (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Ryan Meehan (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Ruben Rodriguez (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

    Virginia: Governor: Lieutenant Governor Justin E. Fairfax (Democratic) - added. Lieutenant Governor: Lieutenant Governor Justin E. Fairfax (Democratic) - Open Chair; Paul Goldman (Democratic) - added.

    Washington (filing has closed for the 4 August Primary): Governor: Thor Amundson (Independent) - added; David W. Blomstrom (Other) - previously listed as Independent; Craig Campbell (No Party Preference) - added; Richard L. Carpenter (Republican) - added; Raul Garcia (Democratic) - added; Omari Tahir Garrett (Democratic) - added; Ian Gonzales (Democratic) - added; Tylor Grow (Republican) - added; Gene Hart (Democratic) - added; Nate Herzog (Other) - added; William "Bill" Miller (Other) - previously listed as Independent; Matthew Murray (Republican) - added; Dylan B. Nails (Independent) - added; Cregan M. Newhouse (No Party Preference) - previously listed as Independent; Donovan L. "Don" Rivers (Democratic) - added; Ryan Ryals (Unaffiliated) - previously listed as Independent; Lisa Thomas (No Party Preference) - previously listed as Independent; Alex Tsimerman (Other) - added; Cameron M. Vessey (No Party Preference) - added; David Voltz (Other) - added; Winston WIlkes (Other) - added; Brian R. Weed (No Party Preference) - added; Martin L.. "Iceman" Wheeler (Republican) - added; Joshua Wolf (Other) - previously listed as Independent. Lieutenant Governor: Jared Frerichs (Libertarian) - added; Michelle Jasmer (Democratic) - added; Richard "Dick" Muri (Republican) - added; Bill Penor (Republican) - added; James R. Rafferty (Democratic) - added; Matt Seymour (Libertarian) - added. House CD 1: Matthew Heines (No Party Preference) - added; Robert Dean Mair (No Party Preference) - previously listed as Independent; Justin Smoak (No Party Designation) - added. House CD 2: former Idaho state Representative James Dean Golder (Republican) - added; Carrie R. Kennedy (Republican) - added; Daniel R. Miller (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Tim Uy (Republican) - added. House CD 3: Devin C. Gray (Democratic) - added; Martin D. Hash (No Party Preference) - previously listed as Independent; Davy Ray (Democratic) - added. House CD 4: Ryan Cooper (Libertarian) - added; Evan Jones (Independent) - added; Sarena Sloot (Republican) - added; Tracy "Justice" Wright (Republican) - added. House CD 5: former Spokane County Treasurer Robert "Rob" Chase (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Brendan O'Regan (Independent) - added; Dave Wilson (Democratic) - added. House CD 6: Johny Alberg (Republican) - added; Stephan Brodhead (Republican) - added. House CD 7: Jack Hughes-Hageman (Democratic) - added; David Tadashi "Booger" Ishii (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Rick Lewis (Independent) - added. House CD 8: Keith Arnold (Democratic) - previously listed as Independent; Corey Bailey (Independent) - added; Ryan Dean Burkett (No Party Preference) - added; Dave Saulibio (Republican) - added. House CD 9: Doug Basler (Republican) - added; Jorge Besada (Libertarian) - added; Joshua Campbell (Republican) - added. House CD 10: Mary Bacon (Democratic) - added; Richard Boyce (Other) - added; Todd Buckley (Independent) - added; Joshua Collins (Other [Democratic]) - re-added, previously listed as Democratic; Gordon Allen Pross (Republican) - added; Ralph johnson (Republican) - added. Secretary of State: Gentry Lange (Progressive) - added; Ed Minger (Independent) - added. Attorney General: Brett Rogers (Republican) - previously listed as Independent. Auditor: Auditor Patrice "Pat" McCarthy (Democratic) - added as candidate. Commissioner of Public Lands: Maryam Abasbarzy (Republican) - added; Public Lands Commissioner Hilary Franz (Democratic) - added as candidate; Sue Kuehl Pederson (Republican) - added; Kelsey Reyes (Libertarian) - added; Steve Sharon (Republican) - added; Frank Wallbrown (Democratic) - added; Cameron Whitney (Republican) - added. Superintendent of Public Instruction: Maia Espinoza (Nonpartisan [Republican]) - previously listed as Republican; Ron Higgins (Nonpartisan [Republican]) - previously listed as Republican; Stan Lippmann (Nonpartisan [Independent]) - previously listed as Independent; David Spring (Nonpartisan) - added; Dennis Wick (Nonpartisan) - added.

    Presidential Candidates: Member of Congress Justin Amash (Libertarian) - 16 May 2020: "After much reflection, I've concluded that circumstances don't lend themselves to my success as a candidate for president this year, and therefore I will not be a candidate....".

    Commentary: THE PANDEMIC AND THE POLICE POWER - American Constitutionalism at work in the era of COVID-19
    by RICHARD E. BERG-ANDERSSON TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    Commentary:
    THE PANDEMIC AND THE POLICE POWER
    American Constitutionalism at work
    in the era of COVID-19

    by RICHARD E. BERG-ANDERSSON
    TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    Over the past few days and weeks, as the United States of America continues to grapple with its own share of the global pandemic caused by the novel Coronavirus known as 'COVID-19', there has been much talk- and certainly more than a little agitation (in the form of protests at many a State House against a given State's Stay-at Home orders [in popular parlance, "Lockdown"]) in favor- of "re-opening the Economy". In fact, most States have, as of this typing, started to so "re-open" (in varying degrees); other States now have put forth plans to "re-open" at least parts of their jurisdictions sooner, if not later.

    It is not the purpose of this particular piece- and it is certainly not my place- to discern, and then discuss, whether or not (let alone how) such "re-opening" ....

    47 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    47 changes to the candidate list:

    Kansas: Senate Class 2: Manhattan City Commissioner Usha Reddi (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate.

    Oregon: Secretary of State: Ken Smith (Independent Party of Oregon, Non Affiliated) - previously listed as Non Affiliated.

    Washington: Governor: David Blomstrom (Independent) - added; Cairo D'Almeida (Democratic) - added; Henry Clay Dennison (Socialist Workers Party) - added; Elaina Gonzalez (Independent) - added; Goodspaceguy (Republican) - added; Bill Hirt (Republican) - added; Leon Lawson (Republican) - added; Bill Miller (Independent) - added; Cregan Newhouse (Independent) - added; Asa Palagi (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Ryan Ryals (Independent) - added; Lisa Thomas (Independent) - added; Joshua Wolf (Independent) - added. Lieutenant Governor: C. Mark Greene (Citizens) - apparently not a candidate; Marty McClendon (Republican) - added. House CD 1: Derek Chartrand (Republican) - added; Robert Mair (Independent) - added. House CD 2: Cody Hart (Republican) - added; Kari Ilonummi (Republican) - added. House CD 3: Rudy Atencio (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Martin Hash (Independent) - added; Peter Khalil (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 4: Steven Castellano (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 5: Stephen Major (Republican) - added. House CD 6: Chris Welton (Republican) - added. House CD 7: David "Booger" Ishii (Democratic) - added; Craig Keller (Republican) - added; Brian D. Martin (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Scott Sutherland (Republican) - added. House CD 8: Keith Arnold (Independent) - added; Dan Earnest Gordon (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 10: Randy Bell (Democratic) - added; Joshua Collins (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Eric LeMay (Democratic) - added; Sam Wright (Democratic) - added. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Kim Wyman (Republican) - added as candidate. Attorney General: Attorney General Bob Ferguson (Democratic) - added as candidate. Treasurer: Treasurer Duane A. Davidson (Republican) - added as candidate. Auditor: Joshua Casey (Democratic) - added; Chris Leyba (Republican) - added. Insurance Commissioner: Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler (Democratic) - added as candidate; Chirayu Pate (Republican) - added. Superintendent of Public Instruction: Ron Higgins (Republican) - added; Stan Lippmann (Independent) - added; Public Instruction Superintendent Chris Reykdal (Nonpartisan [Democratic]) - added as candidate.

    8 changes to the candidate list. 1 change to the popular vote. California U.S. House CD 25 Special 12 May Election.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    8 changes to the candidate list:

    Alaska: Senate Class 2: Chris Cumings (Non Affiliated) - added.

    California: House CD 25 Special: Michael "Mike" Garcia (Republican) - elected.

    The Partisan Composition of the U.S. House is now 233 Democrats, 198 Republicans, 1 Libertarian, and 3 vacant seats (California House CD 50, New York House CD 27, North Carolina House CD 11).

    Hawaii: House CD 2: Elise Hatsuko Kaneshiro (Republican) - added.

    Kansas: Senate Class 2: Corbie Crow (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; John R. Sharpensteen (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 1: Brandon Williams (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate.

    New York: House CD 14: Member of Congress Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (Democratic) - previously listed as Democratic, Serve America Movement, Working Families.

    Virginia: House CD 6: Nicholas Betts (Democratic) - added.

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    1 change to the popular vote:

    California: House CD 25 Special.

    2020 Democratic and Republican Delegate Count Update. Nebraska Primary recap-- Biden 1,472, Sanders 991.
    by TheGreenPapers Staff

    The Democratic Convention has total of 3,979 pledged delegate votes with 1,990 needed to nominate on the 1st ballot and a total of 4,753 pledged + unpledged delegate votes with 2,377 needed to nominate on subsequent ballots.
    Soft delegate count changed from Biden 1,720, Sanders 991, Warren 78, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2 to Biden 1,472 (-248), Sanders 991, Warren 78, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2.
    Hard delegate count changed from Biden 1,720, Sanders 991, Warren 78, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2 to Biden 1,472 (-248), Sanders 991, Warren 78, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2.

    The Republican Convention has total of 2,550 delegates with 1,276 needed to nominate.
    Soft delegate count changed from Trump 1,626, Weld 1 to Trump 1,712 (+86), Weld 1.
    Hard delegate count changed from Trump 1,597, Uncommitted 29 to Trump 1,683 (+86), Uncommitted 29.

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    2020 Presidential Primaries, Caucuses, and Conventions:

    20 changes to the candidate list. 2 changes to the popular vote. California U.S. House CD 25 Special Election, Nebraska Primary, and Wisconsin U.S. House 7 Special Election recap.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    20 changes to the candidate list:

    Kansas: House CD 4: Laura Lombard (Democratic) - added.

    Nebraska (12 May Primary recap): Senate Class 2: Senator Benjamin E. "Ben" Sasse (Republican) - Renominated; Matt Innis (Republican) - lost Primary; Dennis Frank Maček (Democratic) - lost Primary; Larry Marvin (Democratic) - lost Primary; Angelic Marie "Angie" Philips (Democratic) - lost Primary; Alisha Shelton (Democratic) - lost Primary; Andrew Eric "Andy" Stock (Democratic) - lost Primary; Daniel M. Wik (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 1: Barbara Rose "Babs" Ramsey (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 2: Member of Congress Donald John "Don" Bacon (Republican) - Renominated; Paul Anderson (Republican) - lost Primary; Ann Ferlic Ashford (Democratic) - lost Primary; Gladys Lucretia Harrison (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Member of Congress Adrian M. Smith (Republican) - Renominated; Larry Lee Scott Bolinger (Republican) - lost Primary; William Elfgren (Republican) - lost Primary; Arron Kowalski (Republican) - lost Primary; Justin Moran (Republican) - lost Primary.

    Wisconsin (12 May Special Election to fill the seat of former Member of Congress Sean P. Duffy): House CD 7 Special: state Senator Thomas "Tom" Tiffany (Republican) - elected.

    The Partisan Composition of the U.S. House is now 233 Democrats, 197 Republicans, 1 Libertarian, and 4 vacant seats (California House CD 25, California House CD 50, New York House CD 27, North Carolina House CD 11).

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    2 changes to the popular vote:

    California: House CD 25 Special to fill the seat of former Member of Congress Katherine Lauren "Katie" Hill. Partial results: Garcia (R) 56%, Smith (D) 44%

    Wisconsin: House CD 7 Special.

    Tuesday 12 May 2020: PRIMARIES (Presidential & State) in NEBRASKA; SPECIAL U.S. HOUSE ELECTIONs in CA CD25 & WI CD7
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    A State Primary will be held in NEBRASKA today, along with Presidential Primaries in both the Democatic and Republican Parties.

    Returns from an official source.
    Returns from a media source.

    There is a Special U.S. House Election (a Runoff, as no one received a majority in the Special House Primary back on 3 March 2020) in CALIFORNIA's 25th Congressional District, necessitated by the resignation of Member of Congress Laurie Hill [Democrat] effective 1 November 2019.

    Returns from an official source.

    There is a Special U.S. House Election in WISCONSIN's 7th Congressional District, necessitated by the resignation of Member of Congress Sean P. Duffy [Republican] effective 23 September 2019.

    Results from a media source.

    23 changes to the candidate list. Delaware Presidential Primaries date change.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    Due to the COVID-19 virus, Delaware Governor John Carney postponed the 2 June Democratic and Republican Presidential Primaries to 7 July. The original date was 28 April.

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    23 changes to the candidate list:

    Delaware: Governor: Anne Kerner (Democratic) - added. House At-Large: Anne Kerner (Democratic) - added.

    Michigan (filing has closed for the 4 August Primary): House CD 1: Member of Congress John W. "Jack" Bergman (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 2: Member of Congress William P. "Bill" Huizenga (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 4: Member of Congress John Moolenaar (Republican) - Renominated; Senan Mohamed Saleh (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 5: Member of Congress Daniel T. "Dan" Kildee (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 7: Member of Congress Timothy L. "Tim" Walberg (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 8: Member of Congress Elissa Slotkin (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 9: Member of Congress Andy Levin (Democratic) - Renominated; Christine Timmon (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 10: Brandon Joseph Mikula (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Richard A. Piwko (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Don Wellington (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 11: Member of Congress Haley Stevens (Democratic) - Renominated; David Batu (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 12: Jeff Jones (Republican) - added. House CD 13: Royce Kinniebrew (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Linda Sawyer (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

    Nevada: House CD 2: Jesse Douglas Hurley (Republican) - re-added.

    New York: House CD 2: Philip "Phil" MacRuari (Unaffiliated) - added.

    South Carolina: House CD 7: Member of Congress Hugh Thompson "Tom" Rice, Jr. (Republican) - Renominated.

    Virginia: House CD 6: Nicholas "Nick" Betts (Democratic) - removed.

    5 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    5 changes to the candidate list:

    District of Columbia: Delegate to the House of Representatives: Territorial Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton (Democratic) - Renominated.

    Georgia: House CD 13: Charles Lollar (Independent) - added.

    Virginia: House CD 6: Nicholas "Nick" Betts (Democratic) - added. House CD 9: Cameron Drew Dickerson (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate.

    Wyoming: Senate Class 2: Donna Rice (Republican) - added.

    13 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    13 changes to the candidate list:

    Massachusetts: House CD 2: Summer Rae Miller (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 3: Andover Selectman Daniel Arrigg "Dan" Koh (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 4: Member of Congress Joseph Patrick "Joe" Kennedy, III (Democratic) - running for the U.S. Senate; Natalia Linos (Democratic) - added; former state Comptroller Thomas G. "Tom" Shack, III (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 5: Stoneham Selectwoman Caroline Colarusso (Republican) - added; Raffaele Santino DePalma (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Steven John Pinckney (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 6: D. Nathaniel Mulcahy (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 7: Rayla Campbell (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 8: Mohammad Dar (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 9: Provincetown Selectwoman Lise King (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate.

    Washington: House CD 10: Jackson Maynard (Republican) - added.

    Federal Judge orders NEW YORK STATE's Democratic PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY to be held on 23 June 2020
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    Analisa N. Torres, Judge of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, has ruled the cancellation of New York State's Democratic Presidential Primary by the State's Board of Elections unconstitutional.

    The resultant court order- a ruling in favor of a lawsuit brought by former presidential candidate Andrew Yang, among others- mandates that the Primary be held on Tuesday 23 June, as most recently scheduled, and that all qualifying candidates for this Primary be restored to the ballot.

    3 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    3 changes to the candidate list:

    Minnesota: House CD 5: Lucia Marina Vogel (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Alley Waterbury (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 7: David Russell "Dave" Hughes (Republican) - re-added.

    13 changes to the candidate list. 1 change to the popular vote.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    13 changes to the candidate list:

    Colorado: Senate Class 2: Lorena Garcia (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Michelle Ferrigno Warren (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate.

    Maryland: House CD 7 Special: Jason Hale (Write-in [Democratic]) - added; Peter James (Write-in [Unaffiliated]) - added.

    Minnesota: House CD 2: former state Representative Regina Barr (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Erika Marie Cashin (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; former Michigan state Representative Richard Thomas "Rick" Olson (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Kerry P. Zeiler (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 5: Laverne C. Turner (Republican) - added. House CD 7: Noel Collis (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; David Russell "Dave" Hughes (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Joel Allen Novak (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; former Windom Council member Jayesun Israel Sherman (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

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    1 change to the popular vote:

    Maryland: House CD 7 Special.

    28 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    28 changes to the candidate list:

    Colorado: Senate Class 2: Lorena Garcia (Democratic) - re-added.

    Massachusetts: Senate Class 2: Washington Blask (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Tiffany Williams (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. Governor: Philip Mitza (Libertarian) - added. House CD 1: John Cain (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 8: Brianna Wu (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate.

    Michigan: House CD 3: Member of Congress Justin Amash (Libertarian) - 1 May 2020: Switched from Independent to Libertarian.

    The Partisan Composition of the U.S. House is now 233 Democrats, 196 Republicans, 1 Libertarian, and 5 vacant seats (California House CD 25, California House CD 50, New York House CD 27, North Carolina House CD 11, Wisconsin House CD 7).

    New Jersey: Senate Class 2: Madelyn Hoffman (Green) - added. House CD 3: David R. Schmidt (Republican) - removed. House CD 6: Sammy Gindi (Republican) - removed; Christian Onuoha (Republican) - removed. House CD 10: Michael W. Barrett (Republican) - removed; Akil Khalfani (Democratic) - removed.

    New York: House CD 10: Dylan Stevenson (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 11: Assemblymember Nicole Malliotakis (Republican, Conservative) - previously listed as Republican. House CD 14: Michelle Caruso-Cabrera (Serve America Movement, Democratic) - previously listed as Democratic. House CD 15: Orlando Molina (Republican) - previously listed as Democratic.

    Oklahoma: House CD 1: Mark A. Keeter (Democratic) - previously listed as Democratic-Farmer Labor.

    Utah: Governor: Jan Garbett (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

    Presidential Candidates: Daphne Denise Bradford (Democratic) - added; Willie Felix Carter (Democratic) - added; Michael Dename (Democratic) - added; Jeffrey H. Drobman (Democratic) - added; Denis C. Grasska (Democratic) - added; Robert Jordan (Democratic) - added; Robert Lee Manning, Jr. (Independent) - added; Heather Marie Stagg (Democratic) - added.

    2020 Democratic Delegate Count Update. Kansas Democratic Caucus Results. Biden 1,720, Sanders 991.
    by TheGreenPapers Staff

    The Democratic Convention has total of 3,979 pledged delegate votes with 1,990 needed to nominate on the 1st ballot and a total of 4,753 pledged + unpledged delegate votes with 2,377 needed to nominate on subsequent ballots.
    Soft delegate count changed from Biden 1,665, Sanders 975, Warren 79, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2 to Biden 1,720 (+55), Sanders 991 (+16), Warren 78 (-1), Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2.
    Hard delegate count changed from Biden 1,665, Sanders 975, Warren 79, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2 to Biden 1,720 (+55), Sanders 991 (+16), Warren 78 (-1), Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2.

    • California: Soft count changed from Sanders 224, Biden 172, Warren 12, Bloomberg 7 to Sanders 225 (+1), Biden 172, Warren 11 (-1), Bloomberg 7. Hard count changed from Sanders 224, Biden 172, Warren 12, Bloomberg 7 to Sanders 225 (+1), Biden 172, Warren 11 (-1), Bloomberg 7.
    • Kansas: Soft count Biden 29 (+29), Sanders 10 (+10). Hard count Biden 29 (+29), Sanders 10 (+10).
    • Ohio: Soft count changed from Biden 89, Sanders 16 to Biden 115 (+26), Sanders 21 (+5). Hard count changed from Biden 89, Sanders 16 to Biden 115 (+26), Sanders 21 (+5).

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    2020 Presidential Primaries, Caucuses, and Conventions:

    54 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    54 changes to the candidate list:

    District of Columbia: Delegate to the House of Representatives: Natale N. Stracuzzi (D.C. Statehood Green) - added.

    New York: House CD 1: David E. Gokhshtein (Independence, Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Joshua E. Goldfein (Working Families) - added; Member of Congress Lee Michael Zeldin (Republican, Conservative, Independence) - previously listed as Republican, Independence. House CD 2: Assemblymember Andrew R. Garbarino (Republican, Serve America Movement, Conservative, Independence, Libertarian) - previously listed as Republican, Conservative, Independence, Libertarian. House CD 5: Jay Sanchez (Libertarian) - added. House CD 6: Matthew C. DiBono (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Member of Congress Grace Meng (Democratic, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic; Thomas J. Zmich (Libertarian, Conservative, Republican) - previously listed as Republican. House CD 7: Brian W. Kelly (Republican, Conservative) - added; Gilbert Midonnet (Libertarian) - added; Avery Pereira (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Paperboy Love Prince (Democratic) - added; Member of Congress Nydia Margarita Velázquez (Democratic, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic. House CD 8: Member of Congress Hakeem S. Jeffries (Democratic, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic; Garfield H. Wallace (Conservative, Republican) - added. House CD 9: Joel Anabilah-Azumah (Serve America Movement) - previously listed as Independent; Judith Goldiner (Working Families) - added; Constantin Jean-Pierre (Republican, Conservative) - previously listed as Democratic; Gary Popkin (Libertarian) - added. House CD 10: Darryl P. Hendricks (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Member of Congress Jerrold Lewis "Jerry" Nadler (Democratic, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic; Robert Mark "Bob" Wyman (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 11: Nicole Malliotakis (Republican, Conservative) - added; Member of Congress Max N. Rose (Democratic, Independence) - previously listed as Democratic. House CD 12: Steven Kolln (Libertarian) - added; Carlos Santiago-Cano (Republican, Conservative) - added. House CD 13: Member of Congress Adriano Espaillat (Democratic, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic; Richard Parnell Habersham, II (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Pedro J. López (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 14: Jineea Butler (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Israel Ortega Cruz (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; John C. Cummings (Conservative, Republican) - previously listed as Republican; James J. Dillon (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Miguel Hernandez (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Scherie S. Murray (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Member of Congress Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (Democratic, Serve America Movement, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic; Ruth Papazian (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Samuel H. Sloan (Democratic) - added; Antoine Tucker (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Jose Velazquez (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 15: Ismael Betancourt, Jr. (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Patrick Delices (Conservative) - previously listed as Republican; Mark Escoffery-Bey (Democratic) - added; David Philip Franks, Jr. (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; former Bronx Community Board Member Samelys Lopez (Democratic) - previously listed as Democratic, Working Families; Orlando Molina (Democratic) - added; Jonathan Ortiz (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Kenneth Schaeffer (Working Families) - added; Member of Congress José Enrique Serrano (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 18: Scott A. Smith (Libertarian, Serve America Movement) - previously listed as Independent, Libertarian, Serve America Movement. House CD 23: Rick Donovan (Green) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 27: Scott P. Flynn (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate; Nicholas P. Phelps (Libertarian) - added.

    6 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    6 changes to the candidate list:

    Maine: Governor: former Governor Paul LePage (Republican) - added.

    Ohio (28 April Primary update): House CD 1: Nikki Foster (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 9: Timothy P. Corrigan (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 11: Jonah Schulz (Republican) - lost Primary; Shalira Lisa Taylor (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 16: Ronald "Ron" Karpus, III (Democratic) - lost Primary.

    2020 Democratic and Republican Delegate Count Update. Ohio Democratic, Republican; New York Democratic.
    by TheGreenPapers Staff

    The Democratic Convention has total of 3,979 pledged delegate votes with 1,990 needed to nominate on the 1st ballot and a total of 4,753 pledged + unpledged delegate votes with 2,377 needed to nominate on subsequent ballots.
    Soft delegate count changed from Biden 1,303, Sanders 958, Warren 79, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2 to Biden 1,665 (+362), Sanders 975 (+17), Warren 79, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2.
    Hard delegate count changed from Biden 1,303, Sanders 958, Warren 79, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2 to Biden 1,665 (+362), Sanders 975 (+17), Warren 79, Bloomberg 49, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2.

    • Arizona: Soft count changed from Biden 39, Sanders 28 to Biden 38 (-1), Sanders 29 (+1). Hard count changed from Biden 39, Sanders 28 to Biden 38 (-1), Sanders 29 (+1).
    • New York: Soft count Biden 274 (+274). Hard count Biden 274 (+274).
    • Ohio: Soft count Biden 89 (+89), Sanders 16 (+16). Hard count Biden 89 (+89), Sanders 16 (+16).

    The Republican Convention has total of 2,550 delegates with 1,276 needed to nominate.
    Soft delegate count changed from Trump 1,544, Weld 1 to Trump 1,626 (+82), Weld 1.
    Hard delegate count changed from Trump 1,515, Uncommitted 29 to Trump 1,597 (+82), Uncommitted 29.

    • Ohio: Soft count Trump 82 (+82). Hard count Trump 82 (+82).

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    2020 Presidential Primaries, Caucuses, and Conventions:

    46 changes to the candidate list. Maryland CD 7 Special Election and Ohio Primary re-cap.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    46 changes to the candidate list:

    Kansas: House CD 3: Steven Adam "Steve" Hohe (Libertarian) - added.

    Maryland (U.S. House CD 7 Special Election re-cap): House CD 7: Member of Congress Kweisi Mfume (Democratic) - Incumbent added. House CD 7 Special: former Member of Congress Kweisi Mfume (Democratic) - elected.

    The Partisan Composition of the U.S. House is now 233 Democrats, 196 Republicans, 1 Independent, and 5 vacant seats (California House CD 25, California House CD 50, New York House CD 27, North Carolina House CD 11, Wisconsin House CD 7).

    Ohio (partial primary recap - pending contests - House CD 1 Dem; CD 9 GOP; CD 11 GOP; CD 16 Dem): House CD 1: Olivia Winsteard (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 2: Member of Congress Brad R. Wenstrup (Republican) - Renominated; H. Robert Harris (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 3: Member of Congress Joyce B. Beatty (Democratic) - Renominated; Cleophus Dulaney (Republican) - lost Primary; Morgan Harper (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 4: Mike Larsen (Democratic) - lost Primary; Jeffrey Alan Sites (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 5: Michael Xavier "Mike" Carrigan (Democratic) - lost Primary; Gene C. Redinger (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 6: Member of Congress Bill Johnson (Republican) - Renominated; Kenneth F. Morgan, III (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 8: Member of Congress Warren Davidson (Republican) - Renominated; Matthew John "Matt" Guyette (Democratic) - lost Primary; Edward R. Meer (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 9: Member of Congress Marcia Carolyn "Marcy" Kaptur (Democratic) - Renominated; Charles W. Barrett (Republican) - lost Primary; Timothy W. "Tim" Conners, II (Republican) - lost Primary; Peter "Pete" Rosewicz (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 10: Member of Congress Michael R. "Mike" Turner (Republican) - Renominated; John David Anderson (Republican) - lost Primary; Kathi Flanders (Republican) - lost Primary; Eric Moyer (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 11: Member of Congress Marcia L. Fudge (Democratic) - Renominated; James Jerome Bell (Democratic) - lost Primary; Michael "Mike" Hood (Democratic) - lost Primary; Tariq Khajuan Shabazz (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 12: Member of Congress William Troy "Troy" Balderson (Republican) - Renominated; Jennifer Ann "Jenny" Bell (Democratic) - lost Primary; Tim Day (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 13: Duane Hennen (Republican) - lost Primary; Louis George "Lou" Lyras (Republican) - lost Primary; Richard A. Morckel (Republican) - lost Primary; Jason Mormando (Republican) - lost Primary; Robert John Santos (Republican) - lost Primary; Donald Daryl "Don" Truex (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 14: Member of Congress David P. "Dave" Joyce (Republican) - Renominated; Mark Pitrone (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 15: Member of Congress Steve E. Stivers (Republican) - Renominated; Shelby Xavier Hunt (Republican) - lost Primary; Daniel McArthur Kilgore (Democratic) - lost Primary.

    Utah: Governor: Jan Garbett (Republican) - re-added.

    Presidential Candidates: Member of Congress Justin Amash (Libertarian) - added.

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    1 change to the popular vote:

    Maryland: House CD 7 Special.

    Tuesday 28 April 2020: OHIO Primaries [Presidential and State], plus a SPECIAL ELECTION in MARYLAND's 7th Congressional District
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    The OHIO Democratic and Republican Presidential Primaries, as well as the Buckeye State's Primaries for Federal and other offices will not have normal in-person voting this year (limited in-person voting is only at Boards of Elections early vote centers, and will only be available for individuals with disabilities who require in-person voting and those who do not have a home mailing address). The deadline for mailing one's mail-in ballot for this Primary was yesterday, Monday 27 April.

    Returns from a media source. Returns from an official source.

    The Special U.S. House Election in MARYLAND's 7th Congressional District allows for in-person voting at only three locations within the district: one in Baltimore City, and one each in Baltimore County and Howard County (these will be open from 7 AM to 8 PM local time [1100 to 0000 GMT]). However, voters were strongly encouraged to vote by mail, or by absentee ballot.

    Results from a media source. Returns from an official source.

    4 changes to the candidate list. New York Democratic Presidential Preference Primary is cancelled.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    27 April 2020: New York has cancelled its Democratic Presidential Primary scheduled for 23 June. The decision was made by Democratic state election commissioners on a provision that allows the Elections Board to remove candidates who have suspended or terminated their campaigns. The Sanders campaign commented: "Today’s decision by the State of New York Board of Elections is an outrage, a blow to American democracy, and must be overturned by the DNC." Former Vice President Joe Biden is the single remaining candidate.

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    4 changes to the candidate list:

    New York: House CD 17: George John Bosco (Democratic) - re-added; Duane M. Jackson (Democratic) - re-added. House CD 23: Rick Donovan (Green) - added.

    Virginia: House CD 6: Caleb Quinton (Green) - apparently not a candidate.

    177 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    177 changes to the candidate list:

    California: Senate Class 3: Ellerton Pratt "Mark" Whitney, III (Libertarian) - added.

    Colorado: House CD 1: Charlie Winn (Republican) - added. House CD 4: Laura Ireland (Unity) - added. House CD 6: Jaimie Kulikowski (Unity [Democratic]) - previously listed as Democratic; Robert Lee Worthey (United Party) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 7: James Treibert (Write-in) - apparently not a candidate.

    Florida (filing has closed for the 18 August Primary): House CD 1: Earl Dean (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Cheryl Howard (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Albert "Bert" Oram (No Party Affiliation) - added. House CD 2: Member of Congress Neal Patrick Dunn (Republican) - Renominated; Willie Jefferson Anderson, Jr. (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Devin Baker (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Kim O'Connor, (Write-in) - added; Connor Oswald (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; former Bronson Mayor Franklin Schuler, Jr. (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Kristy Thripp (Write-in [Democratic]) - added. House CD 3: Richard Allen Rowe, Jr. (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Edgardo "Ed" Silva (Write-in) - added. House CD 4: Monica Paige DePaul (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Christopher Allan "Chris" Eagle (No Party Affiliation) - apparently not a candidate; Robbi Gleichauf (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Gary L. Koniz (Write-in) - previously listed as Republican; John White (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 5: Isaiah Abenchuchan (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Virginia Fuller (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; LaShonda "LJ" Holloway (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Matthew Floyd Lusk (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 6: Member of Congress Michael "Mike" Waltz (Republican) - Renominated; Oscar Celico (No Party Affiliation) - apparently not a candidate; Kenneth Phillip "Ken" Ekman, Jr. (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; former Congressman Alan Mark Grayson (Write-in [Democratic]) - previously listed as Democratic; Ronald Alexander Jungk (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; John Gerard "Gerry" Nolan (Write-in [No Party Affiliation]) - added. House CD 7: Member of Congress Stephanie Murphy (Democratic) - Renominated; DeBary City Councilman Stephen J. Bacon (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Thomas Christopher Delia (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Jean Rochelle "Chelle" DiAngelus (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Pedro Norman Figueiredo (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Sandra Henry (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Sean Jackson (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Eduardo "Eddie" Mejias (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Armani Salado (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Mike Thibodeau (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Yukong Zhao (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 8: Hicham Ammi (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Scott Caine (Republican) - added; Dena Grayson (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Tiffany Jean Patti (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Angela Marie Walls-Windhauser (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 9: Member of Congress Darren Soto (Democratic) - Renominated; Gregory Richard Andersen (No Party Affiliation) - apparently not a candidate; Anthony Davila (No Party Affiliation) - apparently not a candidate; Stuart Farber (No Party Affiliation) - apparently not a candidate; Edgar Hernandez Reyes (Unaffiliated) - apparently not a candidate; John Christian Rallison (No Party Affiliation) - apparently not a candidate; Hendrith Vanlon Smith, Jr. (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 10: Member of Congress Valdez "Val" Demings (Democratic) - Renominated; Vennia V. Francois (Republican) - previously listed as a candidate for House CD 7; Kristofer Steven "KrisSteven" Lawson (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Roland McCoy (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Kirk Troen (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Sufiyah Yasmine (Write-in) - added. House CD 11: Member of Congress Daniel "Dan" Webster (Republican) - Renominated; Timothy Devine (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; James F. "Jim" Henry (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Aaron Joseph Licciardello (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Jeffrey G. "Jeff" Rabinowitz (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Steven Thompson (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 12: Member of Congress Gus Michael Bilirakis (Republican) - Renominated; Michael Steven "Mike" Knezevich (No Party Affiliation) - apparently not a candidate; Courtney Rettew (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Zachary "Zach" Smith (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 13: Member of Congress Charlie Joseph Crist (Democratic) - Renominated; Jacob Curnow (Write-in) - added; Dave Hubbard (No Party Affiliation) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 14: Member of Congress Katherine Anne "Kathy" Castor (Democratic) - Renominated; Jeremy Michael Brown (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Edgar "Ed" Chase (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Kirk Chong (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Paul Sidney Elliott (Republican) - added; Carlos "Charlie" Frontela (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Alix Christopher "St. Christopher" Toulme, Jr. (No Party Affiliation) - apparently not a candidate; Lloyd Arthur Wiggins (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Robert William Wunderlich, Sr. (No Party Affiliation) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 15: Kel Jacobs Britvec (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Kevin Michael Leverett (No Party Affiliation) - apparently not a candidate; Loretta L. Miller (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 16: Member of Congress Vernon "Vern" Buchanan (Republican) - Renominated; Jerry Wayne Milligan, III (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 17: Member of Congress Greg W. Steube (Republican) - Renominated; Gina Christine LaBruno (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Theodore Andrew Murray (No Party Affiliation [Democratic]) - previously listed as Democratic. House CD 18: K.W. Miller (No Party Affiliation) - added. House CD 19: Antonio Dumornay (No Party Affiliation) - apparently not a candidate; Trae Zipperer (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 20: Lateresa Ann "L.A." Jones (No Party Affiliation [Republican]) - previously listed as Republican; Roshan Mody (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Emmanuel G. Morel (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; James Eugene Taylor (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 21: Adam Aarons (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Piotr Blass (Write-in [Republican]) - previously listed as Republican; Michael Joesph Bluemling, Jr. (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Stephen Gregory "Steve" Canton (No Party Affiliation) - apparently not a candidate; Sylvia Caravetta (Write-in) - added; Victor Garcia da Rosa (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Dennis Glassberg (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Lauren Allison Levy (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 22: Member of Congress Theodore Eliot "Ted" Deutch (Democratic) - Renominated; Kevin Michael Boyle (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Lisa Marmorato (No Affiliation) - apparently not a candidate; Imtiaz Ahmad Mohammad (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Christine Scott (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Joe Smith (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Eddison T. Walters (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 23: Demetrius "D.B." Fugate (Write-in [Republican]) - previously listed as Republican; Kim Johnson (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Ilya Katz (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Richard A. "Rich" Mendelson (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Shlomo Nizahon (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Jeffrey E. "Jeff" Olson (Write-in [Republican]) - previously listed as Republican; Oswaldo Requena (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 24: Howard W. Knepper (Write-in) - previously listed as Republican; Christine Alexandria Olivo (No Party Affiliation [Democratic]) - previously listed as Democratic; Coconut Grove Village Council Member Courtney Omega-Turner (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate; Hector Rivera (Write-in) - added; Member of Congress Frederica S. Wilson (Democratic) - added as candidate. House CD 25: Member of Congress Mario Diaz-Balart (Republican) - Renominated; Yadira Escobar (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Tom G. Hughes (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Stewart Alan "Stuh" Persky (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 26: Member of Congress Debbie Mucarsel-Powell (Democratic) - Renominated; Dennis Misigoy (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate; Jose Peixoto (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 27: Member of Congress Donna Elvira Shalala (Democratic) - Renominated; Gabriel A. "Gabe" Ferrer (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Jonathan Marc (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Christian Andres Montiel (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Frank E. Polo, Sr. (Write-in [Republican]) - previously listed as Republican; Donald Ray Summeralls, II (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Enrique Tarrio (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

    Massachusetts: House CD 4: Julie Hall (Republican) - added.

    Michigan: House CD 13: Royce Kinniebrew (Democratic) - added.

    Missouri: House CD 5: Antwain D. Winters (Green) - previously listed as Progressive.

    Texas: House CD 10: Lloyd F. Coker (Conservative) - added.

    Utah: Governor: Jeff Burningham (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Jason Christensen (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Jan Garbett (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; fomer state Representative Neil Hansen (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Ryan D. Jackson (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Zachary Adam Moses (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Nikki Ray Pino (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Archie A. Williams, III (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Salt Lake County Council Member Aimee Winder Newton (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 1: Morgan County Councilmember Tina Cannon (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; J.C. DeYoung (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Douglas "Doug" Durbano (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Chadwick H. Fairbanks, III (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Catherine Brenchley "Cathy" Hammon (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Zachary "Zach" Hartman (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Clearfield Mayor Mark R. Shepherd (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Howard Wallack (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 2: Mary Burkett (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Randy Hopkins (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Russell Tyrone "Ty" Jensen (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Carson Jorgensen (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Larry Livingston (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 3: Tim Aalders (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Jared Lyle Anderson (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Trey Robinson (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 4: Kathleen Anderson (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Daniel Beckstrand (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; James Christian "Chris" Biesinger, III (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Cindy L. Thompson (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. Attorney General: Kevin Rollo Probasco (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; former Attorney General John Swallow (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. Auditor: Joe Speciale (Libertarian) - previously listed as a candidate for Treasurer.

    Virginia: House CD 7: Bridgette Williams (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

    6 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    6 changes to the candidate list:

    Arizona: House CD 2: Shay Stautz (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

    Florida: House CD 3: Ocala Mayor Kent Guinn (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 14: Christine Yvonne Quinn (Republican) - added. House CD 26: Irina Vilariño (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

    Maryland: House CD 7: Anthony Carter, Sr. (Democratic) - removed.

    Texas: House CD 23: Steven Sanders (Independent) - added.

    6 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    6 changes to the candidate list:

    Colorado: Senate Class 2: Michelle Ferrigno Warren (Democratic) - re-added.

    Florida: House CD 19: Antonio Dumornay (No Party Affiliation) - previously listed as Republican; Daniel Kowal (Republican) - added; Patrick Post (Write-in) - added. House CD 24: Ricardo de la Fuente (Democratic) - added.

    Kansas: Senate Class 2: Jason Buckley (Libertarian) - added.

    22 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    22 changes to the candidate list:

    Colorado: Senate Class 2: Lisa Marie Garcia (Independent) - added.

    Florida: House CD 13: Matt Becker (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 21: Charleston Malkemus (No Party Affiliation) - added.

    Indiana: Attorney General: Decatur County Prosecutor Nathan W. "Nate" Harter, IV (Republican) - added; fomer state Revenue Secretary Adam Krupp (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

    Michigan: Senate Class 2: Valerie Willis (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 1: Ryan Ruzziconi (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 3: Chad Baase (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Douglas James "Doug" Booth (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Amanda Le'Anne Brunzell (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Andrew Jackson Willis (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 5: Matthew Corey "Matt" Clauss (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Christina Ellen Fitchett-Hickson (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 7: Samuel Ray "Sam" Branscum (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Ryan William Hall (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Samuel "Sam" Larson (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 9: Christine Timmon (Republican) - added. House CD 10: Sanilac County Commissioner Joe O'Mara (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 12: Anthony M. Carbonaro (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Member of Congress Debbie Dingell (Democratic) - added as candidate.

    Vermont: House At-Large: Justin Tuthill (None) - added.

    West Virginia: House CD 1: David Moran (Libertarian) - added.

    6 changes to the candidate list. COVID-19 date change for Connecticut.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    Due to the COVID-19 virus, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont in coordination with Secretary of the State Denise Merrill announced that the Democratic and Republican Presidential Primaries are postponed from 2 June to 11 August. The original date was 28 April. This Presidential Primary coincides with a state/local primary. The date is outside the DNC's window, the 2nd Tuesday in June (9 June), for state parties to hold their primaries and caucuses and is outside the RNC's window, second Saturday in June (13 June), for state parties to hold their primaries and caucuses.

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    6 changes to the candidate list:

    Colorado: House CD 2: William L. Cutcher (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 3: Root Routledge (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 4: Jennifer Dugas (Libertarian) - added; Bruce Griffith (Libertarian) - added; James "Jim" McGannon (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Melanie Diane Tomitsch (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate.

    18 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    18 changes to the candidate list:

    Colorado: Senate Class 2: Lorena Garcia (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 2: William L. Cutcher (Republican) - re-added. House CD 3: Root Routledge (Democratic) - re-added. House CD 4: James "Jim" McGannon (Democratic) - re-added; Melanie Diane Tomitsch (Democratic) - re-added. House CD 6: Jaimie Kulikowski (Democratic) - re-added.

    Kentucky: Senate Class 2: Wendell K. Crow (Republican) - removed. House CD 1: Member of Congress James R. Comer (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 3: Member of Congress John A. Yarmuth (Democratic) - Renominated.

    Maryland: Governor: Robin Ficker (Republican) - added.

    Massachusetts: House CD 5: Steven John Pinckney (Republican) - added.

    New Jersey: Senate Class 2: Daniel C. Burke (Independent) - added.

    New York: House CD 15: former Bronx Community Board Member Samelys Lopez (Democratic, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic.

    Oregon: House CD 2: Isabella Tibbetts (Democratic) - removed. House CD 4: Cassidy Allen-Jones Clausen (Democratic) - removed. Attorney General: Attorney General Ellen F. Rosenblum (Democratic) - Renominated; Daniel Zene Crowe (Republican) - removed. Treasurer: Treasurer Tobias Read (Democratic) - Renominated.

    2020 Democratic and Republican Delegate Count Update. Wisconsin Democratic and Republican; and Wyoming Democratic
    by TheGreenPapers Staff

    The Democratic Convention has total of 3,979 pledged delegate votes with 1,990 needed to nominate on the 1st ballot and a total of 4,753 pledged + unpledged delegate votes with 2,377 needed to nominate on subsequent ballots.
    Soft delegate count changed from Biden 1,233, Sanders 931, Warren 79, Bloomberg 48, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2 to Biden 1,303 (+70), Sanders 958 (+27), Warren 79, Bloomberg 49 (+1), Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2.
    Hard delegate count changed from Biden 1,233, Sanders 931, Warren 79, Bloomberg 48, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2 to Biden 1,303 (+70), Sanders 958 (+27), Warren 79, Bloomberg 49 (+1), Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2.

    • Idaho: Soft count changed from Biden 11, Sanders 9 to Biden 12 (+1), Sanders 8 (-1). Hard count changed from Biden 11, Sanders 9 to Biden 12 (+1), Sanders 8 (-1).
    • Texas: Soft count changed from Biden 111, Sanders 102, Bloomberg 10, Warren 5 to Biden 113 (+2), Sanders 99 (-3), Bloomberg 11 (+1), Warren 5. Hard count changed from Biden 111, Sanders 102, Bloomberg 10, Warren 5 to Biden 113 (+2), Sanders 99 (-3), Bloomberg 11 (+1), Warren 5.
    • Wisconsin: Soft count Biden 57 (+57), Sanders 27 (+27). Hard count Biden 57 (+57), Sanders 27 (+27).
    • Wyoming: Soft count Biden 10 (+10), Sanders 4 (+4). Hard count Biden 10 (+10), Sanders 4 (+4).

    The Republican Convention has total of 2,550 delegates with 1,276 needed to nominate.
    Soft delegate count changed from Trump 1,492, Weld 1 to Trump 1,544 (+52), Weld 1.
    Hard delegate count changed from Trump 1,463, Uncommitted 29 to Trump 1,515 (+52), Uncommitted 29.

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    2020 Presidential Primaries, Caucuses, and Conventions:

    27 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    27 changes to the candidate list:

    Colorado: Senate Class 2: Dan Doyle (American Constitution) - added. House CD 1: Kyle Furey (Libertarian) - added. House CD 2: Thom Atkinson (Libertarian) - added; William L. Cutcher (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 3: John Keil (Libertarian) - added; Root Routledge (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 4: James "Jim" McGannon (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Melanie Diane Tomitsch (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 5: Doug Lunde (Libertarian) - added. House CD 6: Norm Olsen (Libertarian) - added; Robert Lee Worthey (United Party) - added. House CD 7: Ken Biles (Libertarian) - added.

    Florida: House CD 8: Angela Marie Walls-Windhauser (Republican) - previously listed as a candidate for House CD 19. House CD 21: Lauren Allison Levy (Democratic) - added.

    Indiana: Governor: Governor Eric Joseph Holcomb (Republican) - Renominated; Brian D. Roth (Republican) - removed. House CD 4: Member of Congress James R. "Jim" Baird (Republican) - Renominated; Jeffrey Michael Alberts (Republican) - removed. House CD 5: Mark Jay (Republican) - removed.

    Massachusetts: House CD 7: Rayla Campbell (Republican) - added.

    Virginia: House CD 4: James Lawrence Spivey (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

    Washington: House CD 1: Steven Skelton (Libertarian) - added.

    West Virginia: House CD 1: Member of Congress David Bennett McKinley (Republican) - Renominated. Secretary of State: Secretary of State Andrew McCoy "Mac" Warner (Republican) - Renominated. Attorney General: Attorney General Patrick James Morrisey (Republican) - Renominated. Treasurer: Treasurer Johnny Duane "John" Perdue (Democratic) - Renominated. Auditor: Auditor John Bohen "J.B." McCuskey (Republican) - Renominated.

    10 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    10 changes to the candidate list:

    Hawaii: House CD 1: Calvin Griffin (Nonpartisan) - added; Scott Hobson (Republican) - added; Art Reyes (Republican) - added; Taylor Smith (Republican) - added. House CD 2: Karla "Bart" Gottschalk (Republican) - added; Mike Powers (Republican) - added; Raymond Quel (Republican) - added; Steve Rousseau (Republican) - added; Michelle Tippens (Libertarian) - added.

    Presidential Candidates: Joseph Kishore Tanniru (Socialist Equality) - added.

    6 changes to the candidate list. COVID-19 date change for Louisiana.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    14 April 2020: Due to concerns over the coronavirus, Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards postponed the 20 June Democratic and Republican Presidential Primaries to 11 July. This date is outside the DNC's window, the 2nd Tuesday in June (9 June), for state parties to hold their primaries and caucuses. This date is outside the RNC's window, second Saturday in June (13 June), for state parties to hold their primaries and caucuses.

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    6 changes to the candidate list:

    Michigan: House CD 4: Senan Mohamed Saleh (Democratic) - added.

    New York: House CD 17: Josh Eisen (Independent [Republican]) - re-added, previously listed as Republican.

    Oregon: Secretary of State: Ken Smith (Non Affiliated) - added; former state Representative Rich Vial (Non Affiliated) - added. Treasurer: Chris Henry (Non Affiliated) - added.

    Wisconsin: House CD 5: Clifford James "Cliff" DeTemple (Republican) - added.

    3 changes to the candidate list. COVID-19 date change for Maine.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    13 April 2020: Due to the COVID-19 virus, Maine Governor Janet T. Mills has postponed the statewide primaries from 9 June to 14 July. The petition deadline for non-Presidential Independent candidates was changed to 26 June.

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    3 changes to the candidate list:

    California: House CD 40: Anthony Felix, Jr. (Democratic) - lost Primary; David John Sanchez (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 43: Omar Navarro (Republican) - lost Primary.

    38 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    38 changes to the candidate list:

    California: House CD 19: Ignacio Cruz (Republican) - lost Primary. House CD 28: Silver Lake Neighborhood Councilor G. "Maebe A. Girl" Pudlo (Democratic) - lost Primary. House CD 44: Billy Z. Earley (Republican) - lost Primary.

    Florida: House CD 20: Vic DeGrammont (Republican) - added.

    New York: House CD 4: Douglas Tuman (Republican) - added.

    Oklahoma (filing has closed for the 30 June Primary): Senate Class 2: Dylan Billings (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Sheila Bilyeu (Democratic) - added; R.O. Joe Cassity, Jr (Democratic) - added; Tyler Dougherty (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Neil Mavis (Republican) - added; Bevon Rogers (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Tammy Swearengin (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Paul Tay (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; John Tompkins (Republican) - added; Perry Lorenza Williams, Jr. (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 1: Member of Congress Kevin R. Hern (Republican) - Renominated; Mark A. Keeter (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - added; Evelyn L. Rogers (Independent) - added. House CD 2: Rhonda Hopkins (Republican) - added. House CD 3: Member of Congress Frank D. Lucas (Republican) - Renominated; Joshua Jantz (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Stephen Wright (Independent) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 4: John D. Argo (Democratic) - added; Wyndi Lee Brown-Fietkau (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Member of Congress Thomas Jeffery "Tom" Cole (Republican) - added as candidate; Wesley Forbes (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Arash M. Ghazanfari (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Gilbert O. Sanders (Republican) - added; David R. Slemmons (Democratic) - added; James Taylor (Republican) - added; Bob White (Libertarian) - added. House CD 5: Jake A. Merrick (Republican) - added; Merideth VanSant (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. Corporation Commissioner 3: Todd Hagopian (Libertarian) - added; Corporation Commissioner Todd Hiett (Republican) - added as candidate; Harold D. Spradling (Republican) - added.

    Vermont: House At-Large: Jimmy Rodriguez (Republican) - added.

    Virginia: House CD 8: Heerak Christian Kim (Independent) - previously listed as Republican.

    2020 Democratic and Republican Delegate Count Update. Alaska Democratic Party Run primary results: Biden 8, Sanders 7. Updates for other states too.
    by TheGreenPapers Staff

    The Democratic Convention has total of 3,979 pledged delegate votes with 1,990 needed to nominate on the 1st ballot and a total of 4,753 pledged + unpledged delegate votes with 2,377 needed to nominate on subsequent ballots.
    Soft delegate count changed from Biden 1,215, Sanders 920, Warren 73, Bloomberg 48, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2 to Biden 1,233 (+18), Sanders 931 (+11), Warren 79 (+6), Bloomberg 48, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2.
    Hard delegate count changed from Biden 1,215, Sanders 920, Warren 73, Bloomberg 48, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2 to Biden 1,233 (+18), Sanders 931 (+11), Warren 79 (+6), Bloomberg 48, Buttigieg 26, Klobuchar 7, Gabbard 2.

    • Alaska: Soft count Biden 8 (+8), Sanders 7 (+7). Hard count Biden 8 (+8), Sanders 7 (+7).
    • California: Soft count changed from Sanders 222, Biden 173, Warren 12, Bloomberg 8 to Sanders 224 (+2), Biden 172 (-1), Warren 12, Bloomberg 7 (-1). Hard count changed from Sanders 222, Biden 173, Warren 12, Bloomberg 8 to Sanders 224 (+2), Biden 172 (-1), Warren 12, Bloomberg 7 (-1).
    • Florida: Soft count changed from Biden 151, Sanders 55 to Biden 162 (+11), Sanders 57 (+2). Hard count changed from Biden 151, Sanders 55 to Biden 162 (+11), Sanders 57 (+2).
    • Massachusetts: Soft count changed from Biden 37, Sanders 29, Warren 18 to Biden 37, Sanders 30 (+1), Warren 24 (+6). Hard count changed from Biden 37, Sanders 29, Warren 18 to Biden 37, Sanders 30 (+1), Warren 24 (+6).
    • North Carolina: Soft count changed from Biden 67, Sanders 37, Bloomberg 4, Warren 2 to Biden 68 (+1), Sanders 37, Bloomberg 3 (-1), Warren 2. Hard count changed from Biden 67, Sanders 37, Bloomberg 4, Warren 2 to Biden 68 (+1), Sanders 37, Bloomberg 3 (-1), Warren 2.
    • Utah: Soft count changed from Sanders 17, Biden 8, Warren 3, Bloomberg 1 to Sanders 16 (-1), Biden 7 (-1), Bloomberg 3 (+2), Warren 3. Hard count changed from Sanders 17, Biden 8, Warren 3, Bloomberg 1 to Sanders 16 (-1), Biden 7 (-1), Bloomberg 3 (+2), Warren 3.

    The Republican Convention has total of 2,550 delegates with 1,276 needed to nominate.
    Soft delegate count changed from Trump 1,454, Weld 1 to Trump 1,492 (+38), Weld 1.
    Hard delegate count changed from Trump 1,454, Uncommitted 0 to Trump 1,463 (+9), Uncommitted 29 (+29).

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    2020 Presidential Primaries, Caucuses, and Conventions:

    7 changes to the candidate list. COVID-19 date change for Georgia Statewide, Democratic Presidential Primary, and Republican Presidential Primaries.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    8 April 2020: Due to the COVID-19 virus, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger moved the Statewide, Democratic Presidential, and Republican Presidential Primary elections from 19 May to 9 June. The statewide runoff election is moved from 21 July to 11 August.

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    7 changes to the candidate list:

    New Hampshire: House CD 1: state Representative William Fowler (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

    Oklahoma: House CD 2: Richie Castaldo (Libertarian) - added. House CD 4: Mary Brannon (Democratic) - added; Trevor SIpes (Republican) - added. House CD 5: Daniel Joseph "Dan" Belcher (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; David Greene (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

    Washington: House CD 4: Doug McKinley (Democratic) - added.

    26 changes to the candidate list. Sanders (Democratic) suspends Presidential campaign. COVID-19 date change for New Jersey Statewide, Democratic Presidential Primary, Republican Presidential Primaries; and Virginia Statewide Primary.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    8 April 2020: Due to the COVID-19 virus, New Jersey Governor Philip "Phil" Murphy announced that he is postponing the 2 June Statewide Primary, Democratic Presidential, and Republican Presidential primary elections until 7 July. The date is outside the DNC's window, the 2nd Tuesday in June (9 June), for state parties to hold their primaries and caucuses; and outside the RNC's window, second Saturday in June (13 June), for state parties to hold their primaries and caucuses.

    8 April 2020: Due to the COVID-19 virus, Governor Ralph Northam announced that he is postponing the 9 June Statewide Primary primary elections until 23 June.

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    26 changes to the candidate list:

    Arizona: House CD 1: Doyel Shamley (Republican) - correction - re-added. House CD 7: Joshua "Josh" Barnett (Republican) - correction - re-added.

    Colorado: Senate Class 2: Marcos David Cardoso Boyington (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Diana Bray (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Margot Dupre (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Gail D. Prentice (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Stephany Rose "Rocky Mountain Rose" Spaulding (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Erik M. Underwood (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Michelle Ferrigno Warren (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Patricia Anne "Trish" Zornio (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 1: Meghan Pratschler (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Gabrielle Watson (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Charlie Madison Winters (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 5: George English (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Ryan Lucas (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Mario Sanchez (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 6: Ryan Alexander Gonzalez (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Charles Wesley "Casper" Stockham (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; John Francis Szemler (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 7: Matthew Almendares (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Nathan Clay (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; James Treibert (Write-in) - added.

    New Jersey: House CD 3: Barnegat Deputy Mayor John J. Novak (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

    Oklahoma: Senate Class 2: Joan Farr (Independent) - added.

    Virginia: Governor: state Delegate Jennifer D. Carroll Foy (Democratic) - added.

    Presidential Candidates: Senator Bernard "Bernie" Sanders (Democratic) - 8 April 2020: "I wish I could give you better news, but I think you know the truth. And that is that we are now some 300 delegates behind Vice President Biden and the path to victory is virtually impossible ... I have concluded that this battle for the Democratic nomination will not be successful, and so today I am announcing the suspension of my campaign."

    3 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    3 changes to the candidate list:

    Florida: House CD 12: Courtney Rettew (Democratic) - added. House CD 27: Jonathan Marc (Democratic) - added.

    North Carolina: Senate Class 3: Lee Andrea Brian (Republican) - added.

    Tuesday 7 April 2020: PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARIES (both Major Parties) in WISCONSIN
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    NOTE: U.S. District Court judge William Conley has enjoined the public release of the results from these Primaries until at least 4 PM Central Time [2100 GMT], Monday 13 April. Please be aware that, while media may well decide to report the results of exit polling data, there will likely be no reliable source of actual returns before next week.

    On 6 April, the U.S. Supreme Court decided 5-4 that Wisconsin cannot accept absentee ballots postmarked after 7 April.

    On 6 April 2020, the Wisconsin State Supreme Court decided 4-2 that Wisconsin's 7 April Primaries will go on as originally planned invalidating Governor Tony Evers' order to suspend in-person voting until 9 June (unless the Legislature passes and the Governor approves a different date).

    Wisconsin DEMOCRATIC Presidential PRIMARY

    84 of 97 delegates are pledged to Democratic presidential contenders in today's Presidential Primary.


    Wisconsin REPUBLICAN Presidential PRIMARY

    52 delegates are bound to Republican presidential contenders in today's Presidential Primary.

    67 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    67 changes to the candidate list:

    Arizona (filing has closed for the 4 August Primary): Senate Class 3 Special: Mohammad "Mike" Arif (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Craig R. Brittain (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Floyd George Getchell, Jr. (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Josue Larose (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Juan Angel Vasquez (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 1: City of Williams Mayor John William Moore (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Miguel Olivas (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Doyel Shamley (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Juan A. Smith (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Larry Williams (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 2: Jason Bacon (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; former Pima County Supervisor Mike Boyd (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Michael Richard "Mike" Ligon (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; James A. Schmidt, II (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Justine Louise Wadsack (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 3: Member of Congress Raúl M. Grijalva (Democratic) - Renominated; Steve Ronnebeck (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 4: Emily Robinson (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Robert Spry (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 5: Member of Congress Andy Biggs (Republican) - Renominated; Nicholas Raymond "Nick" Murray (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 6: Member of Congress David S. Schweikert (Republican) - Renominated; Harris Deitch (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Gene Paul Scharer (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 7: Member of Congress Ruben Gallego (Democratic) - Renominated; Dane Amling (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Josh Barnett (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Christopher Brian "Chris" Hindle (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 8: Member of Congress Debbie Lesko (Republican) - Renominated; Jimmy Rodriguez (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Steven Sawdy (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 9: P. T. Burton (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Michelle DePalma (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Tim Taylor (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Jason S. Walker (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

    California: House CD 47: Amy Phan West (Republican) - lost Primary.

    Colorado: Senate Class 2: Stephan E. "Sekú" Evans (Unity) - previously listed as United Party; Joshua Jered Rodriguez (Unity) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 1: Paul Noel Fiorino (Unity) - previously listed as United Party. House CD 2: Gary Swing (Unity) - previously listed as a candidate for Senate Class 2. House CD 3: Christopher Hawkins "Critter" Milton (Unity) - previously listed as Democratic. House CD 6: Charles "Casper" Stockham (Republican) - added.

    Minnesota: House CD 1: Ralph Kaehler (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - apparently not a candidate; Richard "Rich" Wright (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 5: Brent Allen Whaley (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

    North Dakota (filing has closed for the 9 June Primary): Governor: DuWayne Hendrickson (Libertarian) - added; former Killdeer School Board Member Shelley Lenz (Democratic-Nonpartisan League) - previously listed as Democratic. House At-Large: Member of Congress Kelly M. Armstrong (Republican) - Renominated; Steven James Peterson (Libertarian) - added; Zachary "Zach" Raknerud (Democratic-Nonpartisan League) - previously listed as Democratic; Roland Clifford Riemers (Democratic-Nonpartisan League) - previously listed as Democratic. Treasurer: Mark Haugen (Democratic-Nonpartisan League) - previously listed as Democratic. Auditor: Auditor Joshua C. "Josh" Gallion (Republican) - Renominated; Auditor Joshua C. "Josh" Gallion (Republican) - added as candidate; Patrick Hart (Democratic-Nonpartisan League) - previously listed as Democratic. Commissioner of Insurance: Insurance Commissioner Jon Godfread (Republican) - Renominated; Insurance Commissioner Jon Godfread (Republican) - added as candidate; Travisia Martin (Democratic-Nonpartisan League) - previously listed as Democratic. Superintendent of Public Instruction: Public Instruction Superintendent Kirsten Baesler (Nonpartisan [Republican]) - added as candidate; Brandt J. Dick (Nonpartisan [Republican]) - previously listed as Republican; Charles J. Tuttle (Nonpartisan [Republican]) - previously listed as Republican. Public Service Commissioner 3: Public Service Commissioner Brian K. Kroshus (Republican) - Renominated; Casey D. Buchmann (Democratic-Nonpartisan League) - added; Public Service Commissioner Brian K. Kroshus (Republican) - added as candidate.

    South Dakota (filing has closed for the 2 June Primary): Senate Class 2: Clara M. Hart (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House At-Large: Whitney Raver (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate.

    Washington: Lieutenant Governor: Member of Congress Dennis "Denny" Heck (Democratic) - added.

    114 changes to the candidate list. COVID-19 date change for Puerto Rico Democratic Presidential Primary and Wisconsin Presidential Primaries results.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    114 changes to the candidate list:

    3 April 2020: Due to the COVID-19 virus, the Puerto Rico Democratic Party has postponed the Presidential Primary to an undetermined date.

    3 April 2020: Due to the COVID-19 virus, a U.S. District Court Judge ordered that the results of the Wisconsin 7 April Democratic and Republican Primaries are to be released on 13 April at 4pm or as soon as practicable *after* 4 pm 13 April.

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    California: House CD 47: Amy Phan West (Republican) - lost primary.

    Delaware: House At-Large: Matthew Michael Hathaway Morris (Republican) - added.

    Florida: House CD 3: David Theus (Republican) - added.

    Indiana: Governor: Bill Levin (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 1: Edward Strauss (Libertarian) - added. House CD 6: Tom Ferkinhoff (Libertarian) - added.

    Minnesota: Senate Class 2: Steve Carlson (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - added.

    New Hampshire: Senate Class 2: former state Representative William Lawrence "Bill" O'Brien (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

    New Jersey: House CD 5: Montvale Mayor Michael "Mike" Ghassali (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

    New York (filing has closed for the 23 June Primary): House CD 1: David E. Gokhshtein (Independence, Republican) - previously listed as Independence; Luca Nascimbene (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Member of Congress Lee Michael Zeldin (Republican, Independence) - previously listed as Republican. House CD 2: Patricia Bergin (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Islip Councilwoman Trish Bergin Weichbrodt (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Harry Burger (Green) - added; Johanna Kristin Ellerup (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Assemblymember Andrew R. Garbarino (Republican, Conservative, Independence, Libertarian) - previously listed as Republican; Kevin Yezid Gomez (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Babylon Town Councilmember Jacqueline A. "Jackie" Gordon (Democratic, Green, Independence) - previously listed as Democratic; Tom Kehoe, Jr. (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Robert Kudler (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Mike Sax (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 3: Bob Cohen (Working Families) - added; George Anthony Devolder-Santos (Republican, Conservative) - previously listed as Republican; Howard Rabin (Libertarian) - added; Member of Congress Thomas R. "Tom" Suozzi (Democratic, Independence) - previously listed as Democratic. House CD 4: Joseph Naham (Green) - added; Steve Raiser (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 5: Scott Dennis (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 8: Abe Jamie Garcia (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Nicolas Miles (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 9: Joel Anabilah-Azumah (Independent) - added; Joel Azumah (Unaffiliated) - apparently not a candidate; Michael Steven "Mike" Hiller (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Alexander "Alex" Hubbard (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 10: Cathy Bernstein (Republican, Conservative) - previously listed as Republican; Amanda Pearl Frankel (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Holly Lynch (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Jeanne Nigro (Independent) - previously listed as Republican. House CD 11: Richard-Olivier Marius (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Nicholas Joseph Robbins (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 12: Vladimy Joseph (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Member of Congress Carolyn Bosher Maloney (Democratic) - added as candidate. House CD 13: Jerome Zabal Felipe (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 14: Rey Solano (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 15: Marlene Cintron (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 16: Kenneth Lewis "Kenny" Belvin, III (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Patrick McManus (Conservative) - added. House CD 17: George John Bosco (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Jarred Buchanan (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Josh Eisen (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Yehudis Gottesfeld (Republican, Conservative, Libertarian) - previously listed as Republican; Delter "Xolani" Guin (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; John "Johnny" Jabbour (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Duane M. Jackson (Democratic) - added; Mondaire Jones (Democratic, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic; David M. Katz (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Pleasantville Board of Education Member Shane McGaffey (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Luz Awilda "Lucy" Moreno-Casanova (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Lola Osoria (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Michael I. "Mike" Parietti (Serve America Movement) - added; Jo-Anna Rodriguez-Wheeler (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 18: Chele Chiavacci Farley (Republican, Conservative, Libertarian) - previously listed as Republican; Member of Congress Sean Patrick Maloney (Democratic, Independence, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic; Scott A. Smith (Independent, Libertarian, Serve America Movement) - previously listed as None. House CD 19: Victoria N. Alexander (Libertarian) - added; Member of Congress Antonio Delgado (Democratic, Independence, Serve America Movement, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic; former New Paltz School Board Member Steve Greenfield (Green) - added; Ola Hawatmeh (Republican, Conservative) - previously listed as Republican; Michael "Mike" Roth (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Kyle Van De Water (Republican, Conservative, Independence) - previously listed as Republican. House CD 20: Elizabeth L. "Liz" Joy (Republican, Conservative, Serve America Movement) - previously listed as Republican; Riley David Jesus Seaburg (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Michael Robert Seney (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Member of Congress Paul David Tonko (Democratic, Independence, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic. House CD 21: former St. Lawrence County Legislator Tedra L. Cobb (Democratic, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic; Jeffrey I. French (Serve America Movement) - added; Member of Congress Elise M. Stefanik (Republican, Conservative, Independence) - previously listed as Republican. House CD 22: Member of Congress Anthony J. Brindisi (Democratic, Independence, Serve America Movement, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic; Keith D. Price, Jr. (Libertarian) - added; former Member of Congress Claudia Tenney (Republican, Conservative, Libertarian) - previously listed as Republican. House CD 23: Andrew M. Kolstee (Libertarian) - added; Tracy Mitrano (Democratic, Serve America Movement, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic; Member of Congress Thomas W. "Tom" Reed, II (Republican, Conservative, Independence) - previously listed as Republican. House CD 24: Member of Congress John M. Katko (Republican, Conservative, Independence) - previously listed as Republican; Steven Williams (Working Families) - added. House CD 25: Kevin A. Wilson (Libertarian) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 26: Ricky Thomas Donovan, Sr. (Republican, Independence) - previously listed as Republican; Emin "Eddie" Egriu (Democratic, Libertarian) - previously listed as Democratic; Member of Congress Brian M. Higgins (Democratic, Libertarian, Serve America Movement, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic. House CD 27: Scott P. Flynn (Libertarian) - added; Michael J. "Gamms" Gammariello (Green) - added; former Grand Island Town Supervisor Nathan "Nate" McMurray (Democratic, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic; James Alan "Jim" Samsel (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Frank Charles Smierciak, II (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 27 Special: Michael J. Gammariello (Green) - added; state Senator Christopher L. "Chris" Jacobs (Republican, Independence) - previously listed as Republican; former Grand Island Town Supervisor Nathan "Nate" McMurray (Democratic, Working Families) - previously listed as Democratic.

    Tennessee: House CD 6: Christopher Brian Monday (Independent) - previously listed as Republican.

    Virginia (filing has closed for the 9 June Primary): Senate Class 2: Senator Mark Robert Warner (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 1: Member of Congress Robert J. "Rob" Wittman (Republican) - Renominated; Thomas Phillip "Phillip" Cox (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 2: Member of Congress Elaine G. Luria (Democratic) - Renominated; Andy Baan (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 3: Member of Congress Robert Cortez "Bobby" Scott (Democratic) - Renominated; Geoffrey R. Burke (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 4: R. Cazel Levine (Democratic) - added. House CD 5: Shadi Ayyas (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 6: Member of Congress Benjamin Lee "Ben" Cline (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 7: Member of Congress Abigail A. Spanberger (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 8: Member of Congress Donald Sternoff "Don" Beyer, Jr. (Democratic) - Renominated. House CD 9: Member of Congress H. Morgan "Morgan" Griffith (Republican) - Renominated. House CD 10: Member of Congress Jennifer T. Wexton (Democratic) - Renominated.

    Presidential Candidates: former Rhode Island Governor and U.S. Senator Lincoln Davenport Chafee (Libertarian) - "... after a tremendous amount of thought, I am no longer going to be a candidate for our Party's nomination."

    94 changes to the candidate list. COVID-19 date change for West Virginia and Democratic National Convention
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    1 April 2020: Due to the COVID-19 virus, Governor Jim Justice has moved the Statewide Primary, Democratic and Republican Presidential Primaries from 19 May to 9 June.

    2 April 2020: Due to the COVID-19 virus, the party has moved the Democratic National Convention from 13-16 July to 17-20 August.

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    94 changes to the candidate list:

    Arizona: House CD 5: Javier Ramos (Democratic) - added. House CD 7: Nina Becker (Republican) - added.

    Colorado: Senate Class 2: Raymon Anthony Doane (Libertarian) - added.

    Indiana: Governor: Donald G. Rainwater, II (Libertarian) - added. House CD 5: Kenneth Tucker (Libertarian) - added. House CD 8: James D. Rodenberger (Libertarian) - added.

    Maryland: House CD 7: Amber Ivey (Unaffiliated) - added.

    Minnesota: House CD 5: Toya Michelle Woodland (Green) - added.

    South Dakota: House At-Large: Brian Wirth (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate.

    Tennessee (filing has closed for the 6 August Primary): Senate Class 2: Clifford Adkins (Republican) - added; Danny Clyde "Clyde" Benson, II (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Tharon Chandler (Democratic) - added; Larry R. Crim (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Gary G. Davis (Democratic) - added; Terry Dicus (Republican) - added; Jim Elkins (Republican) - added; Tom Emerson, Jr. (Republican) - added; Yomi "Fapas" Faparusi, Sr. (Independent) - added; Joshua Dominique Gregory "Josh" Gapp (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Jeffrey Alan Grunau (Independent [Your Voice Hard]) - added; Ronnie Henley (Independent) - added; G. Dean Hill (Independent) - added; Steven J. Hooper (Independent) - added; Tom Kovach (Independent) - added; Garrett Lance "Lance" Nichols (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Geoffrey Stokes "Stokes" Nielson (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Diana Chioma Onyejiaka (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; John E. Osborne (Republican) - added; Mark Pickrell (Democratic) - added; David Schuster (Republican) - added; Eric William Stansberry (Independent) - added. House CD 1: Jay Adkins (Republican) - added; Richard Baker (Republican) - added; Mickie Lou Banyas (Republican) - added; James Brooks (Democratic) - added; Chance L. Cansler (Republican) - added; Dustin Decal (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Washington County School Board Member Chad Fleenor (Republican) - added; Robert D. Franklin (Republican) - added; Josh Gapp (Republican) - added; David B. Hawk (Republican) - added; Steve Holder (Independent) - added; state Representative Bud Hulsey (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Jeff Lewis (Republican) - added; Chuck Miller (Republican) - added; Jason Scott "JS" Moore (Republican) - added; Carter M. Quillen (Republican) - added; Larry Joseph Smith (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Sullivan County Attorney Dan Street (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 2: Member of Congress Tim Burchett (Republican) - Renominated; Matthew L. Campbell (Independent) - added; Renee Hoyos (Democratic) - added. House CD 3: Sandy Casey (Republican) - added; Jim Elkins (Republican) - added; Meg Gorman (Democratic) - added; Amber L. Hysell (Independent) - added; Basil Marceaux, I (Republican) - added; Keith Douglas Sweitzer (Independent) - added. House CD 4: Jacob Kristopher Anders (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Michael Franklin (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Christopher J. Hale (Democratic) - added; Steven Erich Hubbard (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Randy A. Sharp (Republican) - added. House CD 5: Anthony Adcox (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Elijah Nathaniel Adcox (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Meredith Paige Mattlin (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Joshua Moran (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 6: Member of Congress John W. Rose (Republican) - Renominated; Trevor Adamson (Independent) - apparently not a candidate; Christopher Martin Finley (Democratic) - added; Christopher B. Monday (Independent) - added; Christopher Brian Monday (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. House CD 7: Member of Congress Mark E. Green (Republican) - Renominated; Ronald Brown (Independent) - added. House CD 8: Member of Congress David Kustoff (Republican) - Renominated; Jon Dillard (Independent) - added; James L. Hart (Independent) - added; Erika Stotts Pearson (Democratic) - added; Lawrence A. Pivnick (Democratic) - added; Hollis W. Skinner (Democratic) - added; Savannah Williamson (Democratic) - added. House CD 9: M. Latroy Alexandria-Williams (Democratic) - added; Leo Awgowhat (Democratic) - added; Member of Congress Stephen Ira "Steve" Cohen (Democratic) - added as candidate; Bobby Lyons (Independent) - added; Charles L. Shappley (Republican) - added.

    Virginia: Senate Class 2: Gary Gene Adkins (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Frederick County Supervisor Blaine P. Dunn (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Omari Faulkner (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Roger K. Franklin, Jr. (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; E.W. Jackson (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Zoey Maria King (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Mary Knapp (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Victor Keith Williams (Republican) - apparently not a candidate.

    59 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    59 changes to the candidate list:

    Arizona: House CD 1: former state Senator Barbara McGuire (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate.

    Missouri (filing closed for the 4 August Primary): Governor: Jerome Howard Bauer (Green) - added; La'Ondrill Brown (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Rik Combs (Libertarian) - added; Antoin Johnson (Democratic) - added; Jimmie Matthews (Democratic) - added; Saundra McDowell (Republican) - added; Eric Morrison (Democratic) - added; Raleigh Ritter (Republican) - added; James L. "Jim" Shea (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Robin John Daniel Van Quaethem (Democratic) - added. Lieutenant Governor: former Kansas City Council Member Alissia Canady (Democratic) - added; former Municipal Judge Mike Carter (Republican) - added; Arnie C. "AC" Dienoff (Republican) - added; Kelley Dragoo (Green) - added; Lieutenant Governor Mike Kehoe (Republican) - added as candidate; Bill Slantz (Libertarian) - added; Gregory A. Upchurch (Democratic) - added; Aaron T. Wisdom (Republican) - added. House CD 1: Katherine "Kat" Bruckner (Democratic) - added; Alex Furman (Libertarian) - added. House CD 2: Member of Congress Ann L. Wagner (Republican) - Renominated; Martin Schulte (Libertarian) - added. House CD 3: Katy Geppert (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Jeffrey Nowak (Republican) - added; Megan Rezabek (Democratic) - added; Leonard J. Steinman, II (Libertarian) - added; Brandon Wilkinson (Republican) - added. House CD 4: Erich Arvidson (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Steven K. Koonse (Libertarian) - added; Robert Eugene Smith (Libertarian) - previously listed as Independent. House CD 5: Jerry W. Barham (Republican) - added; Clay Chastain (Republican) - added; R.H. "Twin Bears" Hess (Republican) - added; Richonda Oaks (Republican) - added; Antwain D. Winters (Progressive) - previously listed as No Party Preference; Weldon "Wilbur" Woodward (Republican) - added. House CD 6: Victor "Vic" Abundis (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Jim Higgins (Libertarian) - added; Henry Martin (Democratic) - added; Chris Ryan (Republican) - added; Donald Robert Sartain (Democratic) - added. House CD 7: Kevin Craig (Libertarian) - added; Sharon Marie Hall (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Benjamin Holcomb (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Camille Lombardi-Olive (Republican) - added; Kevin VanStory (Republican) - added. House CD 8: Member of Congress Jason T. Smith (Republican) - Renominated; Tom Schmitz (Libertarian) - added. Secretary of State: Secretary of State John R. "Jay" Ashcroft (Republican) - Renominated; Carl Herman Freese (Libertarian) - added; Paul Lehmann (Green) - added; Paul Venable (Constitution) - added. Attorney General: Kevin C. Babcock (Libertarian) - added; Rich Finneran (Democratic) - added. Treasurer: Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick (Republican) - Renominated; Joseph Civettini (Green) - added; Nicholas "Nick" Kasoff (Libertarian) - added.

    South Carolina: House CD 5: Member of Congress Ralph W. Norman, Jr. (Republican) - Renominated.

    6 changes to the candidate list.
    by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

    6 changes to the candidate list:

    Arizona: Senate Class 3 Special: Barry Hess (Libertarian) - added. House CD 4: Robert Spry (Democratic) - added.

    New Hampshire: House CD 1: Jeff Denaro (Republican) - added.

    Ohio: House CD 1: Olivia Winsteard (Democratic) - added.

    South Carolina: House CD 6: Larry Guy Hammond (Libertarian) - removed.

    Tennessee: Senate Class 2: Jon Henry (Republican) - added.