States whose capitols I've visited, as of 21 August 2017

PROGRESS

40/50

I have a goal to visit the capitol building of every U.S. state. (Yes, I’m a nerd, I know.) As of 21 August 2017, when I visited my 40th state capitol — Tennessee’s — I am 80% of the way to achieving my goal. Here are the ones I’ve been able to cross off my list.

State Capital Date I first visited its capitol
Alabama Montgomery 16 April 2011
Alaska Juneau
Arizona Phoenix 2003
Arkansas Little Rock
California Sacramento 26 May 2009
Colorado Denver 13 December 2009
Connecticut Hartford 26 October 2011
Delaware Dover 24 August 2012
Florida Tallahassee 15 August 2017
Georgia Atlanta 14 December 2007
Hawai‘i Honolulu
Idaho Boise
Illinois Springfield 3 August 2009
Indiana Indianapolis 20 May 2010
Iowa Des Moines
Kansas Topeka
Kentucky Frankfort 24 June 2009
Louisiana Baton Rouge 19 April 2011
Maine Augusta 27 December 2016
Maryland Annapolis May 2005
Massachusetts Boston 30 December 2004
Michigan Lansing 18 May 2010
Minnesota Saint Paul 31 August 2010
Mississippi Jackson 18 April 2011
Missouri Jefferson City
Montana Helena 17 October 2009
Nebraska Lincoln 7 May 2010
Nevada Carson City 9 August 2011
New Hampshire Concord 19 February 2013
New Jersey Trenton 31 March 2010
New Mexico Santa Fe 23 October 2007
New York Albany 8 November 2011
North Carolina Raleigh 8 April 1994
North Dakota Bismarck 11 July 2016
Ohio Columbus 6 July 2016
Oklahoma Oklahoma City 10 June 2010
Oregon Salem
Pennsylvania Harrisburg 9 June 2007
Rhode Island Providence 29 December 2004
South Carolina Columbia 2003
South Dakota Pierre 11 July 2016
Tennessee Nashville 21 August 2017
Texas Austin
Utah Salt Lake City January 2003
Vermont Montpellier 7 May 2007
Virginia Richmond 1999
Washington Olympia
West Virginia Charleston 23 September 2010
Wisconsin Madison 9 July 2016
Wyoming Cheyenne 15 June 2010

Another goal: to ride every rail system in North America. Check out my progress here.

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