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In the Democratic primary in 2008, the Obama team devised a strategy to use the caucuses and a complicated system of awarding delegates in the state primaries to sneak up on Hillary Clinton and establish a lead Obama never surrendered.
Despite what the pundits want us to think, contested primaries aren't civil war, they are democracy at work, and that's beautiful.
No amount of charters, direct primaries, or short ballots will make a democracy out of an illiterate people.
During the presidential primaries of 1940, I received a request from the Democratic National Committee to sing God Bless America before the speeches.
Had I stayed longer in some primaries, I would have probably done better in states like Nevada, California, and New Mexico - but I ran out of the money after the second primary in New Hampshire.
A lot of people criticize the primaries, but I think they are absolutely essential to the education of the President of the United States.
I normally don't endorse in Democratic primaries.
Edward G. Rendell
Bill and Hillary Clinton have one central idea in their uncluttered, ambitious minds: Hillary in 2008. Let Bush get re-elected, use the '04 primaries and general election to clean out the underbrush of competing Democratic candidates, and proceed unimpeded to the '08 nomination.
Primaries are a family fight. I'm a pro-free enterprise, pro-Second Amendment, pro-life Republican.
First there was the New Hampshire primary, and we had nearly a year leading up to it. And now, look! Three primaries in one weekend! How many of these things are they going to have?
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