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Maryland Newspaper Carries Column Criticizing the Idea that Iowa and New Hampshire Have a Permanent Special Role in Presidential Nomination Process

Tom Harbold, columnist for the Carroll County Times (published in Westminster, Maryland), argues here that it is not fair that Iowa and New Hampshire seem to have a permanent right to hold the first major party presidential nomination events.

It is surprising that in a nation that pays lip service to political equality, virtually every voting rights organization, every important pundit, and officials of both major parties, seems to agree that it is legitimate to give the residents of two particular states a great deal more power over the presidential selection process than the residents of the other parts of the U.S.

2 Responses

  1. Demo Rep

    Abolish the time bomb minority rule gerrymander Electoral College.

    Uniform definition of Elector-Voter in ALL of the USA
    P.R.
    Nonpartisan App.V.

  2. Jim Riley

    If a real constitutional amendment were passed rather than the bozocratic NPV scheme, this would cease to be a problem.

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