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2024 Presidential Primaries, Caucuses, and Conventions
 
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Presidential Nominating Process
Precinct Caucuses: Saturday 2 March 2024
Congressional District Conventions: Saturday 6 April 2024
State Convention: Saturday 4 May 2024
Republicans
CandidateDelegate Votes
Soft
Pledged
Soft
Unpledged
Soft
Total
Hard TotalFloor
(available)    54 100.00%
Trump, Donald John54 100.00% 54 100.00%54 100.00% 
Total54 100.00% 54 100.00%54 100.00%54 100.00%

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Missouri Primaries for Statewide offices and Congress
 
Missouri State and Local Government

 
 

Missouri Republican Party Bylaws from the Missouri Republican Party.


   

Only Republican voters residing and registered to vote in the election district shall be allowed to participate in any caucus.

Saturday 2 March 2024: Missouri Precinct Caucuses. Hours begin at 10:00a CST (1600 UTC). Participants elect delegates to the Congressional District Conventions and State Convention.

924 statewide delegates where elected and the Precinct Caucuses-- all Trump supporters. Trump will receive all delegates to the Saturday 6 April Congressional District and Saturday 6 April State Conventions where the National Convention delegates are chosen. Hence, we have soft counted all of the state's 54 delegates for Trump.

2024 Missouri Republican Party Local Caucus Results from the Missouri Republican Party.

 

Only Republican voters residing and registered to vote in the election district shall be allowed to participate in any caucus.

Saturday 6 April 2024: Missouri Congressional District Conventions. Hours begin at 10:00a CDT (1500 UTC).

The National Convention district delegates may be allocated at District Conventions and the remainder at the State Convention.

 

Only Republican voters residing and registered to vote in Missouri shall be allowed to participate.

Saturday 4 May 2024: Missouri State Convention in Springfield. Hours begin at 9:00a CDT (1400 UTC). Delegate Selection: Winner-Take-Most Caucus/Convention. Voter Eligibility: Closed Caucus/Convention.

All 54 (24 district, 27 statewide, 3 RNC) delegates to the Republican National Convention are allocated to presidential contenders in today's Missouri State Convention. In order for a presidential contender to be allocated National Convention delegates at either the congressional district or statewide level--

State Convention (preliminary)
Included in Nationwide vote.

CandidatePop
Vote
%
Total  
  • Should a candidate receive a majority of the vote (more than 50%), the delegates are bound to that candidate. Otherwise, the delegates are awarded proportionally with a 15% threshold. The rule applies in each of the 8 CDs and for statewide. We do not have the proportional formula, rounding rules, or the procedure if no candidate receives 15%.

State Convention (preliminary)

Contest
 Pop
Vote
Del
CD1 3
CD2 3
CD3 3
CD4 3
CD5 3
CD6 3
CD7 3
CD8 3
Statewide 30
Total
Delegates
 54

National Convention delegates are bound on the first ballot unless that candidate withdraws, suspends, or drops out in which case those delegates shall become unbound and vote as they choose.

 

24 April 2023: HB 347, HB 267, SB 602, was defeated 65-56. Those bills would have reinstated the presidential primary election for the 1st Tuesday after the 1st Monday in April (HB 267) or 2nd Tuesday after the 1st Monday in March (SB 602).

29 June 2022: HB 1878 was signed into law by Governor Michael L. "Mike" Parson (Republican). It repeals the Presidential primary [Section 115.351, 115.776, and 115.904].

HB 347, HB 267, SB 602 would reinstate the presidential primary election to the 1st Tuesday after the 1st Monday in April (HB 267) or 2nd Tuesday after the 1st Monday in March (SB 602). The bill was defeated 65-56 on 24 April 2023.

12 May 2023: SB 96 would set the Presidential Preference Primary to the 1st Tuesday after the 1st Monday in March.

13 May 2023: The Missouri legislature has adjourned without restoring the Presidential Primary in 2024.

29 June 2022: HB 1878, which repeals the Presidential primary, was signed into law by Governor Michael L. "Mike" Parson (Republican).

4 October 2023: Missouri GOP to choose presidential pick by caucus in 2024 from the Columbia Missourian.

 

Notes

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.

 

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Documentation
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  Primary/Caucus/Convention Glossary  
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