Tuesday, March 27, 2007

The Incredibly Irrelevant New Hampshire Primary?

Day by Day states are jockeying for prime primary positions. While, this occurs the man pulling all the strings, Secretary Gardner, keeps us waiting in anticipation. It now appears that both Nevada and South Carolina are shaking up things up. The Nevada GOP has crossed party lines and joined their Democratic rivals. Politicos better start to book their Las Vegas hotel rooms because Nevada's GOP has decided to move their caucus to January 19th, 2008. The GOP is worried the attention the Dems will be receiving would detract from their caucus. Are you worried yet?

If not, continue reading...

South Carolina politicians do not want to left out on all the fun. In fact, in response to Florida moving its primary to January 29th, South Carolina is contemplating moving up its primary. Currently, it is scheduled for Saturday February 2nd. Katon Dawson, South Carolina GOP chairman, said “We will change our date as often as we have to to remain the first-in-the-South primary."

Is New Hampshire becoming the incredibly irrelevant primary?

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