Five states are holding statewide primaries on August 4, 2020: Arizona, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, and Washington. Candidates are competing to advance to the general election scheduled for November 3.
• Arizona House of Representatives (60 seats)
• Kansas House of Representatives (125 seats)
• Michigan House of Representatives (110 seats)
• Missouri House of Representatives (163 seats)
• Washington House of Representatives (98 seats)
Washington holds top-two primaries, in which all candidates are listed on the same primary ballot. The top two vote-getters, regardless of their partisan affiliations, advance to the general election.
Alabama is also holding a special state legislative primary on August 4. If no candidate receives a majority of votes, the top two vote recipients will advance to a primary runoff scheduled for September 1. The special general election is scheduled for November 17.
The primaries are the 32nd to 36th to take place in the 2020 election cycle. August 4 is the 13th uniform statewide election date. The next primary is on August 6 in Tennessee.
- Arizona elections, 2020
- Kansas elections, 2020
- Michigan elections, 2020
- Missouri elections, 2020
- Washington elections, 2020
- Alabama state legislative special elections, 2020