TDR’s Political Planner

By The Daily Rundown Staff

APRIL 2014

April 19: GOP debate for U.S. Senate in Augusta, Ga.

April 22: Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) hosts school choice roundtable discussion with the Illinois Policy Institute in Chicago

April 22: Michigan filing deadline

April 23: Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) hosts school choice roundtable with the Hispanics for School Choice and the Libre Initiative in Milwaukee

April 24: James Carville speaks at the Georgia Democrats’ Jefferson Jackson Dinner in Atlanta

April 25: Baldwin County Republican Party holds “An Evening with Sarah Palin” in Orange Beach, Ala.

April 25: Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.) and Fmr. Gov Barbara Roberts (D-Ore.) speak at the Oregon Democratic Party’s Wayne Morse Gala in Portland

April 26: Sen. Jon Tester (D-Mont.) featured at South Dakota Democratic Party’s tribute to Sen. Tim Johnson (D-S.D.) in Sioux Falls

April 29: South Dakota filing deadline (Independent)

MAY 2014

May 1: Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) speaks at Howard County Republican Party Lincoln Day Dinner in Ellicott City, Md. 

May 1-3: Wyoming GOP convention in Evanston

May 1-3: Alaska GOP convention in Juneau

May 2: Florida filing deadline

May 2-4: Wisconsin Republican State Convention in Milwaukee

May 5: Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) speaks at Frederick County Republican Party Lincoln Day Dinner in Frederick, Md.

May 5: Ohio filing deadline (Independent)

May 6: Primaries in Indiana, North Carolina and Ohio

May 8: Fmr. Gov. Jim Gilmore (R-Va.) speaks at Montgomery County Republican Party Lincoln Day Dinner in Gaithersburg, Md.

May 10: GOP debate for U.S. Senate in Columbus, Ga.

May 11: Delaware Democratic State Convention in Dover

May 13: Primaries in Nebraska and West Virginia

May 15-18: Alaska Democratic Party’s Biennial State Convention in Nome

May 16: Connecticut Democratic State Convention in Hartford

May 16: Washington filing deadline

May 16-17: Connecticut Republican State Convention in Uncasville

May 16-17: Wyoming Democratic State Convention in Rock Springs

May 20: Primaries in Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Idaho, Pennsylvania and Oregon

May 22: Rep. Renee Elmers (R-N.C.) speaks at Calvert County Republican Party Lincoln Day Dinner in Huntingtown, Md.

May 27: Gov. Martin O’Malley (D-Md.) speaks at Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Awards Reception at Fenway Park

May 27: Texas Runoff

May 27: Montana filing deadline (Independent)

May 28: Arizona filing deadline

May 30: Wyoming filing deadline (Major Parties)

May 30: Indiana Democratic State Convention in Indianapolis

May 30: Maine Democratic Convention in Bangor

May 30-31: Minnesota GOP State Convention in Rochester

May 30-June 1 : Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party State Convention in Duluth

May 31: New Mexico filing deadline

JUNE 2014

June 1: Maine filing deadline (Independent)

June 2: Alaska, Kansas, and Wisconsin filing deadlines, Montana filing deadline (Independent)

June 3: Primaries in Alabama, California, Iowa, Mississippi, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico and South Dakota

June 3: Hawaii, Massachusetts, and Minnesota filing deadlines, Alabama and New Jersey filing deadlines (Independent)

June 5-7: Texas Republican State Convention in Fort Worth

June 6-7: Wisconsin Democratic State Convention in Wisconsin Dells

June 6-8: Indiana Republican State Convention in Fort Wayne

June 6-8: North Carolina GOP Convention in Cherokee

June 7: Virginia Republican Convention in Roanoke

June 10: Primaries in Maine, Nevada, North Dakota, South Carolina, and Virginia

June 10: Arkansas runoff

June 10: Connecticut filing deadline (Major Parties) and Virginia filing deadlines (Independent)

June 12: Vermont filing deadline

June 13: New Hampshire filing deadline

June 13-14: Massachusetts Democratic Convention in Worcester

June 19-21: South Dakota Republican Party State Convention in Rapid City

June 20: Sen. Tom Harkin inducted into Iowa Democratic Party’s Hall of Fame at annual dinner in Des Moines

June 20-21: Washington State Democratic Convention in Spokane

June 23: Illinois filing deadline (Third Party Candidates)

June 24: Primaries in Colorado, Maryland, New York and Utah

June 24: New Mexico filing deadline (Independent)

June 25: Rhode island filing deadline

June 26: Texas filing deadline (Independent)

June 26-28: Texas Democratic State Convention in Dallas

June 27: North Carolina filing deadline (Independent)

JULY 2014

July 3: Guam filing deadline

July 8: Delaware filing deadline

July 10: Colorado filing deadline (Independent)

July 12-13: Montana Democratic Convention in Lewiston

July 15: Alabama runoff

July 15: Delaware and Indiana filing deadline (Independent)

July 16: South Carolina filing deadline (Independent)

July 17: Michigan filing deadline (Independent)

July 22: Georgia runoff

July 24: Oklahoma primary

July 28: Missouri filing deadline (Third Parties and Independent)

July 29: Massachusetts filing deadline (Independent)


Aug. 1: Pennsylvania and West Virginia filing deadlines (Independent)

Aug. 2: Virgin Island primary

Aug. 4: Connecticut, Kansas, Maryland and Northern Mariana Islands filing deadlines (Independent)

Aug. 5: Primaries in Kansas, Michigan, Missouri and Washington

Aug. 6: D.C. filing deadline (Independent)

Aug. 7: Tennessee primary

Aug. 9: Hawaii primary

Aug. 12: Primaries in Connecticut, Minnesota and Wisconsin

Aug. 12: South Dakota runoff

Aug. 12: Kentucky filing deadline (Independent)

Aug. 15: Iowa filing deadline (Independent)

Aug. 19: Primaries in Alaska and Wyoming

Aug. 19: Alaska filing deadline (Independent)

Aug. 22: Louisiana filing deadline

Aug 25: Wyoming filing deadline (Independent)

Aug. 26: Primaries in Arizona, Florida and Vermont

Aug. 26: Oklahoma runoff

Aug 26: Oregon filing deadline (Independent)

Aug. 30: Guam primary


Sept. 1: American Samoa filing deadline (Independent)

Sept. 2: Nebraska and North Dakota filing deadlines (Independent)

Sept 3: Connecticut filing deadline (Third/Minor Candidates)

Sept. 9: Primaries in Delaware, New Hampshire and Rhode Island

Sept. 16: Massachusetts primary

Sept. 19: California Republican Party Fall Convention in Los Angeles


Nov. 4: General Election

Nov. 4: Louisiana open primary


Dec. 6: Louisiana runoff



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