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One-State-at-a-Time Rules

James Anthony
November 22, 2018

State caucuses to select candidates for Congress and president shall be scheduled one state at a time, approximately equally-spaced apart in time …

One-state-at-a-time contests will lengthen the selection process, so good candidates who are lesser known can become better known and can win.

Approximately-equal spacing over time will maximize the time available to focus campaigns on each individual state.


Anthony, James. The Constitution Needs a Good Party: Good Government Comes from Good Boundaries. Neuwoehner Press, 2018, p. 53.  preview


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