Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Canceled Primaries A Plus for Democrats?

With budgets tight, three states – Massachusetts, Washington, and Kansas – are considering changing their electoral process from a primary to a party caucus.

In Massachusetts, the chief election official requested an additional $3.5 million from lawmakers or consider replacing their primary with party caucuses, Washington Gov. Chris Gregorie has recommended switching to a caucus to save $10 million, and the Kansas Senate had passed a bill to cancel next year’s presidential primary, allowing the parties to hold caucuses instead.

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