(Reuters) - Here is a calendar of the remaining 2008 presidential nominating state primaries and caucuses. In some states, the contests are nonbinding and separate caucuses or conventions are scheduled to select delegates to the national conventions.
* January 19: Nevada, South Carolina (Republican)
* January 26: South Carolina (Democratic)
* January 29: Florida
* February 1: Maine (Republican)
* February 5: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Idaho (Democratic), Illinois, Kansas (Democratic), Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana (Republican), New Jersey, New Mexico (Democratic), New York, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Utah.
Montana party caucus for delegate selection; June primary is non-binding.
* February 9: Louisiana, Kansas (Republican), Washington
Washington party caucuses for delegate selection (Republicans select 51 percent of delegates; Democrats select all delegates)
* February 10: Maine (Democratic)
* February 12: District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia
* February 19: Hawaii (Democratic), Washington, Wisconsin
Hawaii’s Republican Party will conduct its state convention May 16 to 18; delegates are selected during a week-long process.
* March 4: Ohio, Rhode Island, Texas, Vermont
* March 8: Wyoming (Democratic)
* March 11: Mississippi
* April 22: Pennsylvania
* May 6: Indiana, North Carolina
* May 13: Nebraska, West Virginia
* May 20: Kentucky, Oregon
* May 27: Idaho (Republican)
* June 3: Montana (Democratic), New Mexico (Republican), South Dakota
* August 25-28: Democratic National Convention in Denver
* September 1-4: Republican National Convention in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota
Source: National Association of Secretaries of State
(To read more about the U.S. political campaign, visit Reuters "Tales from the Trail: 2008" online at blogs.reuters.com/trail08/)
Writing by Paul Grant, Washington Editorial Reference Unit, editing by Vicki Allen