Wednesday, February 8, 2012

There Should Be A National Primary Day for President

I am not a very political person and rarely comment in this journal on such issues.  The method of nominating a major party candidate for president is slow, costly and inefficient.  The reason I hate politics is that so much is dependent on how much money a person can raise to be a viable candidate for any public office.  I suggest that there be a national primary day for candidates for the Democratic and Republican nominees for president instead of the current primary system.  If the leadng candidate receives less than 50% of the vote, there would be a runoff between the top two.

This will never happen.  Just my two cents on a Wednesday morning when I am working on the late shift at the NJIT Library.

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