Four states to hold state executive and legislative primaries on August 11

The statewide primary election for Connecticut, Minnesota, Vermont, and Wisconsin is on August 11, 2020. A total of 689 seats are up for election, including six state executive seats and 683 state legislative seats. Candidates are running in elections for the following offices:

Connecticut
• State Senate (all 36 seats)

• State House (all 151 seats)

Minnesota
• State Senate (all 67 seats)

• State House (all 134 seats)

Vermont
• Governor
• Lieutenant Governor
• Secretary of State
• Auditor
• Attorney General
• Treasurer
• State Senate (all 30 seats)

• State House (all 150 seats)

Wisconsin
• State Senate (16 out of 33 seats)

• State Assembly (all 99 seats)

Candidates are competing to advance to the general election scheduled for November 3, 2020.

These primaries are the 39th through the 42nd primaries to take place in the 2020 election cycle. The next statewide primary will be held on August 18 in Alaska, Florida, and Wyoming.

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