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North Carolina Bill to Abolish Run-off Primaries

Published on February 1, 2013, by in General.

North Carolina Representatives Marvin Lucas (D-Spring Lake) and Elmer Floyd (D-Fayetteville) have introduced HB 38, which would abolish run-off partisan primaries. Thanks to Kevin Hayes for this news.

4 Responses

  1. hoshie

    As a NC voter, I can say… finally!

  2. This could improve the chances of a libertarian-leaning candidate to win a “major” party nomination.

    Jeff

  3. Demo Rep

    Obviously more plurality extremist robot party hacks will be elected — as in most of the other States.

    How many alleged *moderate* party hacks are there in the NC regime due to the run-off primaries ???


    P.R. and nonpartisan App.V.

    NO primaries.

  4. Looking forward to this passing.

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