|The Green Papers|
2016 Presidential Primaries, Caucuses, and Conventions
Presidential Nominating Process
Primary: Tuesday 15 March 2016
Local Caucuses: Saturday 9 April 2016
Congressional District Conventions: Saturday 30 April 2016
State Convention: Friday 20 May - Saturday 21 May 2016
Delegate Binding: Winner-Take-Most Primary. Voter Eligibility: Modified Primary.
52 total delegates - 10 base at-large / 24 re: 8 congressional districts / 3 party / 15 bonus
States Chronologically States Alphabetically
Source: DELEGATE ALLOCATION PLAN.
Source: The Official Guide to the 2016 Republican Nominating Process.
Candidate List - March 2016 Presidential Preference Primary
Tuesday 15 March 2016: Missouri Primary. Hours 6:00a-7:00p CDT (1100-0000 UTC). Delegate Binding: Winner-Take-Most Primary. Voter Eligibility: Modified Primary.
Tuesday 15 March 2016: All 52 delegates to the Republican National Convention are allocated to presidential contenders in today's Missouri Presidential Primary.
CD1: Winner-take-all for Trump.
Votes cast for any candidate who dies, releases his or her delegates, withdraws, or becomes inactive prior to the primary will not be counted in the calculation.
National Convention delegates are bound on the first ballot unless that candidate dies, releases his or her delegates, withdraws, or becomes inactive.
Participation in the caucuses is limited Republicans who are registered to vote in that county.
Saturday 9 April 2016: Local Caucuses. Participants elect delegates to the Congressional District Conventions and State Convention.
Saturday 30 April 2016: Congressional District Conventions. 24 District Delegates (3 from each of the state's 8 Congressional Districts) to the National Convention are elected according to the results of the primary.
Friday 20 May - Saturday 21 May 2016: State Convention in Branson. 25 (10 At-Large and 15 Bonus Delegates) to the National Convention are elected according to the results of the primary.
4 June 2014: Governor Jay Nixon signed SB 892. The law moves the state's Presidential Primary from the 1st Tuesday after the 1st Monday in February to the 2nd Tuesday after the 1st Monday in March. The Missouri House passed HB 1902 on 13 March 2014. The Missouri Senate passed SB 892 on 10 April 2014.
Primary dates marked "presumably" and polling times marked "reportedly" are based on unofficial or estimated data (especially as regards local variations from a jurisdictionwide statutory and/or regulatory standard) and are, thereby, subject to change.
|Links Links to other web sites|
|• Missouri Secretary of State - Elections Division|
|Legislature Links to State Legislatures|
|• Missouri House|
|• Missouri Senate|
|• Missouri Republican Party|
|• Missouri Republican Party|
|Media & others|
|• Branson Shows|
|• Missouri Scout|
|• NewsLinks.org - Missouri|
|• Politics1.com - Missouri|
|• St. Louis Post-Dispatch|
|• The Examiner - Independence|
|• The Hannibal Courier-Post|
|• The Joplin Globe|
|• The Laclede County Record|
|• The Missourinet - Jefferson City|
|• The Springfield News-Leader|
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