The pace of the 2024 presidential campaign is quickening with the Iowa caucuses less than two months away.
On Wednesday, New Hampshire officially set the date of its presidential primary for Jan 23, defying a plan pushed by Joe Biden and the Democratic Party to have the state give up its first-in-the-nation primary.
New Hampshire will remain first on the primary calendar, but faces punishment from the Democratic National Committee, including the loss of delegates to the Democratic convention.
The 2024 timetable is also complicated by the blizzard of litigation faced by Donald Trump, who will have to juggle campaigning with a series of court appearances.
Here The Telegraph gives you a comprehensive overview of all the key dates coming up and those you missed.
The fourth Republican debate is set to take place in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Three year anniversary of the Jan 6 attack on the capitol by pro-Trump rioters.
Iowa, the first state to vote in the Republican primary contest, hosts its caucuses.
Start of the second civil defamation case against Mr Trump brought by writer E Jean Carroll.
The New Hampshire primary has been set for Jan 23, despite the Democratic National Committee trying to put the date back.
The South Carolina Democratic primary.
The South Carolina Republican primary.
Trial date for Mr Trump in the Washington federal case charging the former president with trying to overturn the results of the 2020 election.
“Super Tuesday” - the date when 15 states hold primaries and caucuses including Texas and California. It could be a decisive point in the Republican primary race.
Michigan among another seven states hold primaries and caucuses.
Primaries in four more states including Florida and Illinois.
Start of Stormy Daniels’ “hush money” case brought by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg.
Primaries in Wisconsin, Delaware, Maryland Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Connecticut.
Primaries in Indiana, Nebraska, West Virginia, Kentucky and Oregon.
A pretrial hearing in the classified documents case, in which Mr Trump is accused by special prosecutor Jack Smith of illegally hoarding papers at Mar-a-Lago and obstructing the government’s attempts to retrieve them.
The classified documents case begins.
Primaries in Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, South Dakota and Washington DC.
The Republican National Convention takes place in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The Republican presidential candidate will officially be announced.
The Democratic National Convention takes place in Chicago.
The Safe Harbour Deadline - when states have to settle any disputes over who is sent to the Electoral College, the body that formally casts the votes to decide the outcome of the election.
Electors meet in their state capitals to formally cast their votes for the Electoral College.
The formal counting of votes in the Electoral College takes place at a joint session of Congress.
Following the 2020 census, Texas gained two electoral votes while Colorado, Florida, Montana, North Carolina and Oregon each gained one.
California, Illinois, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia each lost one.
It will be the first formal counting of the votes on Jan 6 since the 2021 attack on the Capitol.
Inauguration Day - when the president-elect is sworn into office.