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2020 Presidential GOP Primary Rules


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For the 2020 Republican primary, the party leadership is being given an opportunity to create their own schedule of primaries, number of delegates per state, and threshold rules. For your convenience, the 2016 schedule is listed below.

This is due 1/8/20 (2 RL months before the 2020 filing deadline).

NOTE: You may not change the number of total turns nor the number of campaign hours available per turn.

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2016 Election Schedule (President)


July 15: Primary Turn 1 (12 hours)
July 19: Primary Turn 2 (12 hours)
July 21: Primary Turn 3 (16 hours) (Iowa, New Hampshire primaries)
July 24: Primary Turn 4 (16 hours) (Nevada, South Carolina primaries)
July 27: Primary Turn 5 (20 hours) (Super Tuesday: Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, DC, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia primaries)
July 31: Primary Turn 6 (20 hours) (Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Missouri, North Carolina, North Dakota, New York, Ohio, Utah, Wisconsin, Wyoming primaries)
August 2: Primary Turn 7 (20 hours) (Connecticut, Delaware, Indiana, Maryland, Nebraska, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Washington, West Virginia primaries)
August 5: Primary Turn 8 (20 hours) (California, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, South Dakota primaries)

 

State Dem Delegates GOP Delegates GOP Threshold
Alabama 60 50 20%
Alaska 20 28 13%
Arizona 85 58 WTA
Arkansas 37 40 15%
California 548 172 15%
Colorado 78 37 Proportional
Connecticut 71 28 WTA
Delaware 31 16 WTA
DC 46 19 15%
Florida 246 99 WTA
Georgia 117 76 20%
Hawaii 35 19 Proportional
Idaho 27 32 20%
Illinois 182 69 WTA
Indiana 92 57 WTA
Iowa 52 30 Proportional
Kansas 37 40 10%
Kentucky 60 46 5%
Louisiana 59 46 20%
Maine 30 23 10%
Maryland 118 38 WTA
Massachusetts 116 42 5%
Michigan 147 59 15%
Minnesota 93 38 10%
Mississippi 41 40 15%
Missouri 84 52 WTA
Montana 27 27 WTA
Nebraska 30 36 WTA
Nevada 43 30 Proportional
New Hampshire 32 23 10%
New Jersey 142 51 WTA
New Mexico 43 24 15%
New York 291 95 20%
North Carolina 121 72 Proportional
North Dakota 23 28 Proportional
Ohio 160 66 Proportional
Oklahoma 42 43 15%
Oregon 74 28 Proportional
Pennsylvania 210 71 WTA
Rhode Island 33 19 10%
South Carolina 59 50 WTA
South Dakota 25 29 WTA
Tennessee 75 58 20%
Texas 251 155 20%
Utah 37 40 15%
Vermont 26 16 20%
Virginia 109 49 Proportional
Washington 118 44 20%
West Virginia 37 34 WTA
Wisconsin 96 42 WTA
Wyoming 18 29 Proportional
Totals 4,634 2,413  
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Office of the Chairman of the Republican National Committee

RE: Primary Changes 

As Chairman of the RNC, I hereby change the following delegate totals: 

North Carolina: 72 > 110 

Texas: 155 > 190 

Ohio: 66 > 111 

Pennsylvania: 71 > 119 

Florida: 99 > 134 

This is done with the goal of incentivizing candidates to establish themselves better in purple swing states, or states that could become swing states, in the future. In addition to these changes, the Ohio GOP is instructed to implement a threshold of 15%

Signed, 

/s/ Michael Madison 

Christopher Drake

Republican, NY-2

Speaker of the United States House of Representatives

Former Chief Administrator - Rounds 4 & 5, Evil Arch-Conservative, Frequent Republican Player

 

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