Iowa, New Mexico, New Jersey, DC, more



Voters in Iowa, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, South Dakota and the District of Columbia go to the polls on Tuesday for primaries. This is also the first time former President Donald Trump has been on the ballot following his felony convictions in a New York court last week.

The leading candidate for the Republican Party will run in the Republican primary in Montana, New Jersey and New Mexico. President Joe Biden will also appear on the Democratic ballot in those states, including Washington, D.C. and South Dakota.

After today, the only remaining primaries are two contests in Guam and the US Virgin Islands on Saturday, June 8.

Here’s what you can watch:


In Montana, there are races for the U.S. House and Senate, governor, attorney general, state legislature, state Supreme Court and several other state and local offices.

Among the most high-profile races are Republican challenges to incumbent Democratic Sen. Jon Tester and candidates for an open seat in the U.S. House of Representatives from far-right Republican Rep. Matt Rosendale, who will step down at the end of his term in January 2025.

In the presidential race, only Biden and Trump are on the primary ballots, with the option to vote “no preference” or write-in a candidate.

Local polling stations close at 8 p.m.

Washington DC

In DC there are contests for the Democratic presidential candidate, congressional delegates and the city council. President Biden is running against Marianne Williamson, Armando Perez-Serrato and all write-in candidates.

Local polling stations close at 8 p.m.


Iowa already held its presidential caucus in January, one of the first of the primary season. Races are being held for the U.S. House and Senate and the State House.

Local polling stations close at 8 p.m.

More: Right-wing challenges, legislative matchups: three things to watch in Iowa’s June 4 caucuses

New Jersey

Voters in New Jersey will decide their party’s picks for president, the U.S. House and Senate, and local races.

More: The NJ primaries are on June 4. Here’s everything you need to know to cast your vote

Biden is running against Terrisa Bukovinac and can vote or register without obligation. Trump has no opponent other than some submissions.

Local polling stations close at 8 p.m.

New Mexico

In New Mexico, nominations are at stake in presidential races, the U.S. House and Senate, state House races and other statewide offices, including district attorney.

Although former Republican candidates Chris Christie and Vivek Ramaswamy have already withdrawn from the race, they will appear on the ballot alongside Trump and ‘Uncomposed’.

Biden is confronted by Williamson and ‘Uncommitted’.

Local polling stations close at 7 p.m.

South Dakota

In South Dakota, the primaries for the Senate and House of Representatives and presidential candidates are scheduled.

Biden is running against Williamson and Perez-Serrato. Dean Phillips, who dropped out of the race, will also appear on the ballot.

The Republican presidential primary is uncontested, with Trump as the only candidate, so race will not appear on the ballot.

Local polling stations close at 7 p.m.

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