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Q: Where is the first and the second primaries held?
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Are the primaries held before or after the national conventions?

They are held before. There would be no reason to hold them after the candidate has been chosen.

Where is the first caucus of the election held?

Since 1972, Iowa has held the first caucuses of the presidential primaries.

Altogether what states hold their primaries on the first and second Tuesdays in March?

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How many primaries and caucuses will be held on super Tuesday 2012?

10 primaries and caususes

In which year were the first primaries held 1912 1908 1900 1904?

The first primary was in 1912 in Iowa. The first primary was in 1912 in Iowa.

Primaries are held in every state?


How many states hold their primaries on the first or second Tuesday in march?

There are currently 14 states that hold their primaries on the first or second Tuesday in March. These states include Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, and Virginia.

When are primaries held in Texas?

on may 29,2012 ..if your asking about this year

Elections held by a political party to nominate a candidate are known as what?

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What are presidential primaries?

Presidential primaries are party elections and caucuses to determine who the presidential nominee will be for each political party. They are held between January and June before the general election in November.

What do presidential candidates who finish second and third in the primaries get?

Officially, people who finish in second or third in the primaries don't win anything. However, these individuals are often picked to run with the winning candidate as vice-president.

Was the first presidential primary held in New York?

In 1910, Oregon became the first state to establish a presidential preference primary, which requires delegates to the National Convention to support the winner of the primary at the convention. By 1912, twelve states either selected delegates in primaries, used a preferential primary, or both. By 1920 there were 20 states with primaries, but some went back, and from 1936 to 1968,12 states used them.No. The first presidential primary was not held in New York.