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Wikipedia National Primary. Very brief overview of the national primary idea. It includes some highlights of the criticisms of the approach.
Is a national primary a good idea?. This article highlights the debate and has links to other parts of a US News & World Report series that debates the national primary.
Reforming Presidential Nominations: Rotating states or a national primary? This article doesn’t have a lot of debate evidence in it, but has an explanation of the development of the national primary process.
National primary day? It’s getting closer . This article contains a good discussion the genera Pros and Cons of the current primary process.
Iowa and New Hampshire weild too much influence . This article makes the standard argument that a national primary is needed because early, small states have too much influence.
The case for a national primary This article contends that a national primary would increase vote turnout.
Make it stop: Let’s have a national primary. This article argues that the current primary process means candidates ignore later states.
The case for a national primary, This is a brief case for a national primary that focuses on the need to treat each state equally.
Time for one national primary . This brief article argues all states would be represented equally in a national primary.
It’s time for a national primary. This brief article argues all states would be represented equally in a national primary.
One person, one vote should come first. This article makes the simple argument that a national primary would give each voter equal influence.
We need to re-imagine our democracy. The article argues a national primary would empower all voters.
National Primary Overview. A comprehensive defense of the national primary that includes answers to common objections.
Is it really time for a national primary? This is a mediocre article that makes a few quick points in favor of a national primary.
A national primary wouldn’t work. This article argues that a national primary would undermine more regionally diverse, less well-known candidates.
Let’s stop the trend toward a national primary . A long, general post on the primaries, but it makes three arguments against a national primary.
A national primary wouldn’t work. This brief article argues that a national primary unfairly benefits the well-known candidates.
The current primary system promotes deliberation. This article argues the current system is generally beneficial for everyone.