-- The 2008 presidential election process formally began with the Iowa caucuses on January 3. New Hampshire held the first presidential preference primary on January 8. The final nominating votes were cast on June 3 when Montana, New Mexico (R) and South Dakota voters went to the polls.
The general election will be held on November 4, 2008.
Top vote recipients are listed below for completed contests — click a candidate button to read about the victory or click under the state name for detailed vote tallies.
*The Democratic party in the state of Washington held delegate-apportioning caucuses on Feb. 9. The Feb. 19 Democratic primary did not apportion delegates to any of the candidates.
**The Hawaii Republican Party will hold its state convention May 16-18.
Source: National Association of Secretaries of State and Associated Press