Biggest Cities in the United States with Exceptions

Guess the 50 most populous cities in the United States that are NEITHER the most populous city or state capital of their respective state.
Washington D.C. is excluded
Based on 2018 population estimates, city proper
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Last updated: April 11, 2020
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Population
City
1,532,233
San Antonio
1,425,976
San Diego
1,345,047
Dallas
1,030,119
San Jose
895,008
Fort Worth
883,305
San Francisco
682,669
El Paso
650,618
Memphis
545,975
Tucson
530,093
Fresno
508,958
Mesa
472,688
Colorado Springs
470,914
Miami
467,354
Long Beach
429,082
Oakland
400,669
Tulsa
392,112
Arlington
Population
City
392,890
Tampa
383,793
Cleveland
383,579
Bakersfield
374,114
Aurora
352,005
Anaheim
332,725
Santa Ana
330,063
Riverside
326,554
Corpus Christi
323,780
Lexington
311,178
Stockton
310,390
Henderson
302,838
Saint Louis
302,605
Cincinnati
301,048
Pittsburgh
294,722
Greensboro
288,061
Plano
285,713
Orlando
Population
City
282,572
Irvine
274,975
Toledo
274,291
Durham
271,651
Chula Vista
267,633
Fort Wayne
265,549
Jersey City
265,098
Saint Petersburg
261,639
Laredo
257,165
Chandler
256,304
Buffalo
255,885
Lubbock
255,310
Scottsdale
250,998
Reno
250,702
Glendale
248,279
Gilbert
246,328
Winston-Salem
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Level 66
Apr 11, 2020
St. Paul is the capital of Minneapolis, doesn't qualify
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Level 68
Apr 11, 2020
Fixed.