Wednesday, June 07, 2006

"Two GOP moves would hinder McCain run"

This is an older article, but very interesting. Michigan and Washington, which both play an important role in the GOP primary, will probably be much harder for McCain to win. Changes in both state's primary voting system will mean more power to conservatives, thus more votes to the "non-McCain" candidate.
"In both Michigan and Washington, the people deciding who should be the next president of the United States are almost certain to be, as a whole, more conservative than the people who did so in 2000."

2 Comments:

Blogger Jeff Fuller said...

Any idea if these plans by MI and WA have been carried out?

11:47 PM, June 07, 2006  
Blogger Two Plus Two said...

It will probably be next year before it happens in WA. I can't really speak for MI, I believe it has to be approved by both parties.

8:43 AM, June 08, 2006  

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