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Our View: Why can't we just take a vote?

 


On the surface, caucuses appear to be a perfectly democratic process, but we think there are problems.

For the Republicans, people living within each precinct get together and elect representatives to the county convention based on who they support, who then go on to a county convention and again vote for a delegate that best represents that group’s vote on who should be the party’s Presidential nominee. For Democrats, the process starts at the county level, but follows a similar path.

The inherent problem with caucuses is they seem to mainly attract the die-hard members of the parties...



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