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Kentucky Republicans Aiming for Early March, Proportional Caucuses
It still has to pass the Kentucky Republican State Central Committee, but the plan to switch the delegate selection process from a primary to caucuses for 2016 is taking shape in the Bluegrass state.  Tom Loftus at the Louisville Courier-Journal has the lat...
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2016 Virginia Presidential Primary Survives Tight Republican State Central Committee Vote
By a vote of 42-39 (with one abstention), the Republican Party of Virginia State Central Committee supported a compromise measure to hold a presidential primary in 2016 and a nominating convention in 2017. The vote ends the push for a state convention to bi...
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Iowa Republicans Trying to Find the Right Balance in 2016 Delegate Allocation
It is a real shame that Jennifer Jacobs' Des Moines Register story on the Iowa Republican Party's deliberations on delegate allocation in 2016 was released after 5pm on the East coast and on a day with so much other news. This really is an interesting, if n...
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Local Officials Object to Prospect of New York Losing Bonus Delegates Due to April 19 Presidential Primary
John Spina and Jennifer Fermino have the story at The New York Daily News: Some irate local officials are warning New York will lose dozens of delegates to the 2016 Democratic convention following a successful push by former Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver ...
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April 19 Presidential Primary Bill Passes New York Assembly
The New York Assembly on Wednesday, June 24 passed S5958 , moving one step closer to scheduling the presidential primary in the Empire state for April 19. The Assembly version ( A8310 ) of the April 19 bill was taken up after being moved from the Election L...
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Adjournment Ends Legislative Push for Earlier Presidential Primary in Rhode Island
Legislators at the Rhode Island General Assembly wrapped up their business for the 2015 session last week on Thursday, June 25. Among the items left languishing in committee was a Republican-sponsored bill in the House to shift the presidential primary in t...
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Two-Step Is Out for Texas Democrats in 2016
The Texas Two-Step that gained notoriety -- if not infamy -- under the spotlight of a closely contested 2008 Democratic presidential nomination process is dead for 2016. For years Texas Democrats have split the allocation of their national convention delega...
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Iowa Republicans Trying to Find the Right Balance in 2016 Delegate Allocation
It is a real shame that Jennifer Jacobs' Des Moines Register story on the Iowa Republican Party's deliberations on delegate allocation in 2016 was released after 5pm on the East coast and on a day with so much other news. This really is an interesting, if n...
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Local Officials Object to Prospect of New York Losing Bonus Delegates Due to April 19 Presidential Primary
John Spina and Jennifer Fermino have the story at The New York Daily News: Some irate local officials are warning New York will lose dozens of delegates to the 2016 Democratic convention following a successful push by former Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver ...
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Local Officials Object to Prospect of New York Losing Bonus Delegates Due to April 19 Presidential Primary
John Spina and Jennifer Fermino have the story at The New York Daily News: Some irate local officials are warning New York will lose dozens of delegates to the 2016 Democratic convention following a successful push by former Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver ...
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Kansas Republican to Caucus on March 5
The Kansas Republican Party has settled on March 5, 2016 as the date of the party's presidential caucuses. Coming off the state convention in late January, Kansas Republicans announced that they had tentatively set the date of the 2016 caucuses for March 5....
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I am a visiting assistant professor of political science at Davidson College specializing in campaigns and elections.