Democratic Convention Postponed Until August

April 2, 2020

The Democratic National Committee has postponed its national convention from July 13 to August 17 because of the coronavirus. The convention will still take place in Milwaukee. The revised date is one week prior to the Republican convention in Charlotte.

This change is reflected on the 2020 Election Calendar, where you can also see the numerous states that have rescheduled their primaries.

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