Democratic presidential candidates Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), former Vice President Joe Biden, and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) raise their hands during a Democratic in Texas on Sept. 12, 2019.
Democratic presidential candidates Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), former Vice President Joe Biden, and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) raise their hands during a Democratic in Texas on Sept. 12, 2019. (Win McNamee / Getty Images)

Here’s your one-stop shop for information about the upcoming election schedule. You can compare all the candidates on the issues here and also find the latest news from the campaign trail right here.

Here’s the remaining Democratic debate schedule:

Oct. 15, 2019, in Ohio

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(hosted by CNN and the New York Times)

The 10 candidates that qualified for the last debate – Joe Biden, Corey Booker, Pete Buttigieg, Julian Castro, Kamala Harris, Amy Klobuchar, Beto O’Rourke, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Andrew Yang – will participate, as well as businessman Tom Steyer and Hawaii U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard. A second night of debate may be held on Oct. 16 if more candidates qualify. The cutoff to meet the requirements (130,000 unique donors and 2 percent support in four qualifying polls) is Oct. 1.

Nov. 20, 2019, in Georgia

(hosted by The Washington Post and MSNBC)

The qualification criteria for the November debate will be increased over those for October. Candidates must have at least 165,000 unique donors, up from 130,000 donors for September and October. They also must receive either 3% or more support in at least four national or early-state polls — or receive 5% or more support in two early-state polls.

December, TBD

Here is the presidential primary schedule for Democrats and Republicans

Dates are subject to change

So far, five states: Alaska, Arizona, Kansas, South Carolina and Nevada have canceled their Republican primaries.

Feb. 3

Iowa (Democratic and Republican caucuses)

Feb. 11

New Hampshire (Democratic and Republican primaries)

Feb. 22

Nevada (Democratic caucuses)

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Feb. 29

South Carolina (Democratic primary)

March 3 (Super Tuesday)

Alabama (Democratic and Republican primaries)

American Samoa (Democratic caucuses)

Arkansas (Democratic and Republican primaries)

California (Democratic and Republican primaries)

Colorado (Democratic and Republican primaries)

Democrats abroad primary

Maine (Democratic primary)

Massachusetts (Democratic and Republican primaries)

Minnesota (Democratic and Republican primaries)

North Carolina (Democratic and Republican primaries)

Oklahoma (Democratic and Republican primaries)

Tennessee (Democratic and Republican primaries)

Texas (Democratic and Republican primaries)

Utah (Democratic and Republican primaries)

Vermont (Democratic and Republican primaries)

Virginia (Democratic and Republican primaries)

March 7

Maine (Republican caucuses)

March 8

Puerto Rico (Republican primary)

March 10

Hawaii (Republican caucuses)

Idaho (Democratic and Republican primaries)

Michigan (Democratic and Republican primaries)

Mississippi (Democratic and Republican primaries)

Missouri (Democratic and Republican primaries)

North Dakota (Democratic caucuses)

Washington (Democratic and Republican primaries)

March 12

Virgin Island (Republican caucuses)

March 14

District of Columbia (Republican state convention)

Guam (Republican caucuses)

Northern Marianas (Democratic state convention)

Wyoming (Republican state convention)

March 17

Arizona (Democratic primary)

Florida (Democratic and Republican primaries)

Illinois (Democratic and Republican primaries)

Ohio (Democratic and Republican primaries)

Northern Marianas (Republican state convention)

March 24

American Samoa (Republican caucus)

Georgia (Democratic and Republican primaries)

March 29

Puerto Rico (Democratic primary)

April 3

North Dakota (Republican convention)

April 4:

Alaska (Democrats)

American Samoa (Democratic caucuses)

Hawaii (Democratic primary)

Louisiana (Democratic and Republican primaries)

Wyoming (Democratic caucuses)

April 7

Wisconsin (Democratic and Republican primaries)

April 28

Connecticut (Democratic and Republican primaries)

Delaware (Democratic and Republican primaries)

Maryland (Democratic and Republican primaries)

New York (Democratic and Republican primaries)

Pennsylvania (Democratic and Republican primaries)

Rhode Island (Democratic and Republican primaries)

May 2

Guam (Democratic caucus)

Kansas (Democratic primary)

May 5

Indiana (Democratic and Republican primaries)

May 12

Nebraska (Democratic and Republican primaries)

West Virginia (Democratic and Republican primaries)

May 19

Kentucky (Democratic primary)

Oregon (Democratic and Republican primaries)

June 2

District of Columbia (Democratic primary)

Montana (Democratic and Republican primaries)

New Jersey (Democratic and Republican primaries)

New Mexico (Democratic and Republican primaries)

South Dakota (Democratic and Republican primaries)

June 6

Virgin Islands (Democratic caucuses)

Here is the party convention schedule

July 13-16

Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee, Wis.

Aug. 24-27

Republican National Convention in Charlotte, N.C.

Here is the general election debate schedule

Sept. 29 at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Ind.

Oct. 7 at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City (vice presidential debate)

Oct. 15 at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Mich.

Oct. 22 at Belmont University in Nashville

All general election debates will begin at 8 p.m. Central Standard Time and last 90 minutes without commercial interruption. Read more here.

And it all leads up to this

Nov. 3

General election day

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