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After guilty verdict, Trump will appear on the ballot in the final presidential primaries of 2024

NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump’s name will appear on the ballot Tuesday for the first time since his historic conviction for felony crimes while a handful of states hold the last republican presidential primaries of 2024.

The former president will be on the electoral lists during the Republican elections in Montana, New Jersey And New Mexico. President Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic nominee, will participate in primaries in the same states, as well as the primary in Washington DCand one in South Dakota.

Republicans in Washington DC held a party-organized primary in March. South Dakota canceled its GOP presidential primary because Trump was uncontested.

Voters will also cast ballots in primaries for federal, state, and local offices in those states.

Both Trump and Biden should easily win in these elections, where they are the last major candidates left in the race.

But the results could reflect voters’ concerns about their choices as the November election approaches.

If Trump’s margins of victory are closer than expected, it could be a sign that voters are hesitant to nominate a presidential candidate with a criminal record.

Trump’s dominance in the primaries was also overshadowed by continued support from a minority of Republican voters for former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley, who dropped out of college in March. Tuesday’s contests will be the first since Haley said two weeks ago she would vote for Trump in November. They can indicate whether her supporters will follow her.

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After Tuesday, Democrats will have two additional caucuses on June 8, for Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islands, to close out their 2024 primary schedule.

Beyond the presidential elections, states hold primary elections for federal and local elections on Tuesday, with one of the most watched being the Republican Senate race in Montana.

Retired Navy SEAL Tim Sheehy has the support of Trump and national Republican leaders as he faces two other candidates in the race. The winner will face Democratic Sen. Jon Tester in what is expected to be one of the most competitive races that could decide control of the chamber.

Republicans will also choose a candidate to replace Rep. Matt Rosendale, who is retiring after initially seeking to run for Senate but dropped out when Trump endorsed Sheehy.

In New Jersey, Democrats will choose a candidate to replace the scandal Senator Bob Menendez, who is on trial in New York on federal corruption charges. Menendez decided not to run in the primary. He filed the necessary paperwork Monday to run in the general election as an independent candidate.

Rep. Andy Kim is considered the front-runner for the Democratic nomination.

Competing for the Republican nomination are GOP fundraiser Curtis Bashaw, Navy veteran Albert Harshaw, former Tabernacle Deputy Mayor Justin Murphy and Mendham Borough Mayor Christine Serrano Glassner, who enjoys the support of Trump.

Five Democrats will compete in the primary for the state’s 3rd District, which Kim holds and is expected to remain in Democratic hands in November.

Menendez’s son, first-term Rep. Rob Menendez, faces a tough primary challenge in New Jersey’s 8th District from Hoboken Mayor Ravi Bhalla.

In New Mexico, where Democrats hold all three of the state’s seats in the House of Representatives, only one primary will be held in the 1st District. Republicans Louie Sanchez and Steve Jones will compete to take on incumbent Melanie Stansbury in a Democratic-leaning district based in Albuquerque.

In Washington, D.C., voters will decide a primary for the city’s non-voting delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives. Iowawhich kicked off the presidential elections in January with its first national caucuses, voters will choose primary candidates for local races and seats in the House of Representatives, including one who could play a key role in determining control of the Bedroom.

Democrats in the Des Moines area’s 3rd Congressional District will choose a candidate to replace first-term Republican U.S. Zach Nunn, who beat out a Democratic incumbent in 2022.

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