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2020 Presidential Primaries, Caucuses, and Conventions
Presidential Nominating Process
Legislative District Conventions: Circa February 2020 (date not set)
State Convention: Thursday 2 April - Saturday 4 April 2020 (presumably)
29 total delegates - 10 base at-large / 3 re: 1 congressional district / 3 party / 13 bonus
States Chronologically States Alphabetically
21 September 2019: KTTU reports that the Alaska Republican Party cancels 2020 Presidential Preference Poll. "The Alaska Republican Party State Central Committee elected to pass and interim rule allowing it to determine that conducting a Presidential Preference Poll would serve no useful purpose when we have an incumbent President, such as President Trump, running for the Republican nomination for President. As that is the case in 2020, no Presidential Preference Poll will be conducted for the 2020 presidential cycle."
Alaska District Convention Dates, 2020 State Convention, and 2018 Alaska Republican Party Rules with Sep 2019 interim from the Alaska Republican Party.
Participation is limited to registered Republicans only. A voter may register or re-registered as a Republican on the day of the convention.
Circa February 2020 (date not set): Legislative District Conventions. Each District chooses delegates to the Alaska State Republican Convention. Dates for Districts 38 and 39 are TBD.
The Alaska State Republican Convention convenes. The State Convention chooses 26 of 29 delegates from Alaska to the Republican National Convention.
When an incumbent Republican President is seeking the Republican nomination for President, a PPP need not be conducted. The SCC, by majority vote may determine that conducting a PPP would serve no useful purpose, and instead of establishing a date, decide that no PPP will be conducted.... [Alaska Republican Party Rules Appendix B. Section 1(b)] ... The incumbent Republican President will be the only "Qualified Presidential Candidate" in this case. [Appendix B. Section 2(f)(6)].
In addition, 3 party leaders, the National Committeeman, the National Committeewoman, and the chairman of the Alaska's Republican Party, are elected at today's state convention and will attend the National Convention by virtue of their position.
Delegates to the National Convention shall be elected from the Delegates to the State Convention ... [and] ... shall be pledged to support a Qualified Presidential Candidate ... so long as their preferred Candidate maintains an active campaign. After the second round of balloting ... if the Candidate to which the Delegate is pledged is the candidate receiving the fewest number of votes ..., the Delegate is no longer required to support that candidate. If a ... delegate ... pledged to a ... Presidential Candidate who is no longer a candidate for the Republican Nomination for President as of the date of the National Convention, that delegate ... shall be deemed non-pledged. [Rules of the Alaska Republican Party, Article V. Section 15: (f)(4)]
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|
|• Alaska Department of Administration - Political Offices Commission - APOC|
|• Alaska Division of Elections|
|• Alaska Public Offices Commission|
|Legislature Links to State Legislatures|
|• Alaska Legislature|
|• Republican Party of Alaska|
|Media & others|
|• alaskapublic.org - APRN - Alaska Public Telecommunications -Anchorage|
|• Anchorage Daily News|
|• Homer Tribune - Homer|
|• Juneau Empire|
|• Ketchikan Daily News|
|• Kodiak Daily Mirror|
|• KTUU TV - NBC - Anchorage|
|• KUAC FM - NPR/PBS - Fairbanks|
|• Nome Nugget|
|• Petersburg Pilot|
|• Politics1.com - Alaska|
|• The Alaska Star - Eagle River|
|• The Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman - Wasilla|
|• The Peninsula Clarion - Kenai|
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