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 March 2020      
Sun. Mar. 1 Former South Bend, IN Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D) announces he is suspending his campaign.

Mon. Mar. 2 U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar (DFL-MN) announces she is ending her campaign and endorses former Vice President Joe Biden.

Tues. Mar. 3 Super Tuesday.  Primaries in 14 states — AL, AR, CA, CO, ME, MA, MN, NC, OK, TN, TX, UT, VT, VA — plus caucuses for American Samoa and start of Democrats Abroad.

Wed. Mar. 4 Former NYC Mayor Mike Bloomberg announces he is ending his campaign and endorses former Vice President Joe Biden.

Thurs. Mar. 5 U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) announces she is suspending her campaign.

Fri. Mar. 6

Sat. Mar. 7

Sun. Mar. 8

Mon. Mar. 9

Tues. Mar. 10 Mini Super Tuesday.  Primaries in ID, MI, MS, MO, WA and caucuses in ND.

Wed. Mar. 11 President Trump delivers address to the nation on coronavirus.

Thurs. Mar. 12

Fri. Mar. 13 President Trump holds press conference on coronavirus and declares a national emergency.

Sat. Mar. 14

Sun. Mar. 15 Eleventh DNC-sanctioned debate in Phoenix, AZ moved to Washington, DC.

Mon. Mar. 16

Tues. Mar. 17 Primaries in AZ, FL, IL, OH (OH extended to April 28).

Wed. Mar. 18 Former Gov. Bill Weld (R-MA) announces he is suspending his campaign.

Thurs. Mar. 19

Fri. Mar. 20

Sat. Mar. 21 Georgia primary (postponed to May 19).

Sun. Mar. 22

Mon. Mar. 23

Tues. Mar. 24

Wed. Mar. 25 On Capitol Hill, negotiators reach deal on $2 trillion coronavirus aid and relief legislation.

Thurs. Mar. 26

Fri. Mar. 27 President Trump signs H.Res.748, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, into law.

Sat. Mar. 28

Sun. Mar. 29 Puerto Rico Democratic primary (postponed to April 26).

Mon. Mar. 30

Tues. Mar. 31

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