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The primary election as a means of choosing presidential nominees

In United States politics and government, the term presidential nominee has two different meanings:
The table below lists the number of pledged Republican delegates who were allocated as of each primary or caucus date. On March 1, 2016, 595 pledged Republican delegates were allocated, more than on any other single day in the 2016 primary season. In order to win the 2016 presidential nomination, a candidate had to win 1,237 delegates at the national convention.

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In 1960, Nixon’s campaign instituted a procedure that became standard in subsequent Republican campaigns. Rather than hire an advertising agency, Nixon formed an ad hoc group and named it Campaign Associates. The group was headed by Carroll Newton, who had played a key role in both Eisenhower campaigns, and Ted Rogers, producer of the 1952 "Checkers" telecast (in which Nixon saved his vice-presidential nomination by answering corruption charges with an emotional speech made during a paid half-hour broadcast). This organizational structure gave Nixon direct control over his advertising, and allowed the group to recruit volunteers from several agencies.

 

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The table below lists the number of pledged Democratic delegates who were allocated as of each primary or caucus date. On March 1, 2016, 12 states and jurisdictions held Democratic primaries or caucuses. On this date, 865 pledged Democratic delegates were allocated, more than on any other single day in the 2016 primary season. In order to win the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, a candidate needed to win 2,382 delegate votes at the national convention.

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The tables below provide details about the Democratic and Republican presidential nominating contests in the 50 states, Washington, D.C., and the U.S. territories in 2016. The overview table lists the following information for all Democratic and Republican nominating contests in 2016: election date, filing deadline, election type (primary or caucus), voter eligibility (open to any voter or closed to party members), and the total number of delegates at stake. Further information can be accessed on the Democratic and Republican tables. For a full summary of a state's allocation process, click on the state's name. All the information below is sorted by election date, with earlier contests appearing at the top of the table. Delegate counts reflect pre-convention allocations; convention roll call vote participation was subject to minor adjustments based on political developments.


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In order to win the 2016 presidential nomination, a candidate had to win 1,237 delegates at the national convention. There were 2,472 delegates present at the Republican National Convention roll call vote on July 19, 2016.

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In order to win the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, a candidate had to win 2,382 delegates at the national convention There were 4,763 delegates present at the Democratic National Convention roll call vote on July 26, 2016.

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In 2016, the Democratic National Committee and the Republican National Committee (the governing bodies for the two major parties) each had their own guidelines for their respective presidential nominating processes, but they also gave their state affiliates some flexibility in determining how they would allocate and select national convention delegates. Likewise, different states had different rules for primaries. For instance, some states allowed only registered party members to participate in their respective presidential primaries, while others permitted independents to vote in the primary of their choice. What follows is a guide to the 2016 Democratic and Republican presidential primaries and caucuses in all 50 states, Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico and the U.S. territories.

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The first law establishing the modern presidential primary—linking a vote for candidates to the allocation of convention delegates—was passed in Oregon in 1910. By the 1912 election, the progressive and populist movements had inspired a dozen states to enact some form of a presidential primary. For several decades, roughly 40 percent of the convention delegates in both parties were allocated by presidential primaries. After the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, the reform movement within the Democratic Party won concessions from party leaders to open up the nominating process. Aging New Deal-era political machines were already losing influence over the electoral process, and the push by reformers to democratize the nominating process led more states to adopt presidential primaries. Republicans, many of whom had revolted against the GOP establishment in 1964 to nominate Barry Goldwater, followed along. By 1976, more than 70 percent of the convention delegates in both parties were allocated by primaries.