NH Democrats stand firm against DNC ​​efforts to abolish first-in-nation primary

NH Democrats stand firm against DNC ​​efforts to abolish first-in-nation primary



AND NEW HAMPSHIRE TAKES A HIT IN THAT PROCESS. A MAJORITY OF MEMBERS OF THE DNC RULES AND BYLAWS COMMITTEE VOTED IN FAVOR OF A PLAN TO REORDER THE PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY CALENDAR AND LEAVE THE PARTIES FOR FIRST IN THE NEW HAMPSHIRE NATIONAL PRIMARY. AND APPRECIATE NEW HAMPSHIRE AND FOR THE SERVICE YOU HAVE PERMITTED TO THIS PARTY AND THIS COUNTRY FOR SO MANY YEARS. BUT IT IS TIME TO CHANGE, BECAUSE THE COUNTRY HAS CHANGED. THE COUNTRY DOESN’T LOOK LIKE 100 YEARS AGO. HAMPSHIRE DEMOCRATS STAND STRONGLY BEHIND. THE STATE ACT THAT SAYS THE GRANITE STATE WILL GO FIRST NO MATTER WHAT NEW HAMPSHIRE HAS A STATUTE. WE HAVE A LAW. AND WE WILL NOT BREAK OUR LAW. THIS IS AN IT LOOKS LIKE A PLAN PUT TOGETHER BY SOME DC POWERBROKERS THAT ALLOWS YOU KNOW WE BRING BACK THE POLITICS, THE SMOKE ROOMS AND TAKE THE ACTUAL VOTERS AWAY. SO WE WILL STAND BY OUR LAW. WHEN THE LAW TRIGGES THE ISSUE DEMOCRATS WILL CHOOSE TO PUNISH AGAIN. WE MAKE A DECISION. I THINK PEOPLE CAN WALK AWAY. AND WE ALSO AUTHORIZED THE CHAIRMAN TO MAKE THAT DECISION IN A WAY THAT GIVES HIM MORE TEETH THAN I THINK IT EVER HAS BEFORE. WHAT I THINK IMPORTANT if there are any problems. WHILE NEW HAMPSHIRE READIES FOR A FIGHT. THERE ARE SIGNS THAT SOME DNC MEMBERS DO NOT WANT TO LEAVE THE STATE COMPLETELY. I AM GOING OUT IN NEW HAMPSHIRE, HAVE ONE OF THE CLOSED DUE TO THIS EXPERIENCE AND I WILL GO AGAIN AND GO AGAIN. THE COMMITTEE ALSO SET AN NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE TASK FOR NEW HAMPSHIRE THAT REQUIRES THE STATE TO GET THE SIGNATURES. GOVERNOR CHRIS SUNUNU AND THE REPUBLIC LEGISLATION PROMISE TO REPEAL THE NATION’S FIRST PRIMARY LAW AND ENABLE THE VOTE. THAT WILL NOT HAPPEN. WHERE THIS GOES IN PRINCIPLE, AN UNSANNONED DELEGATE LIST IS PRIMARY FOR NEW HAMPSHIRE. THIS IS ONLY IN JANUARY

NH Democrats stand firm against DNC ​​efforts to abolish first-in-nation primary

According to the plan, South Carolina will be the first state to vote. But New Hampshire officials who attended the meeting said the Granite State will definitely continue to vote first in the nation.

According to the plan, South Carolina will be the first state to vote. But New Hampshire officials who attended the meeting said the Granite State will definitely continue to vote first in the nation.

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