The Hill reports:
The Democratic National Committee (DNC) is scheduled to vote Saturday on its Rules and Bylaws Committee’s recommendation to reorder the presidential primary calendar in 2024 amid concerns from some states about both the feasibility and desirability of the changes.
In December, the rules panel approved waivers to five states to hold their presidential primaries before the first Tuesday in March 2024, as long as those states meet requirements the panel specified.
owa, which typically holds the first nominating contest in the country, was not included in the rules committee’s list of states considered for the early window. The proposal puts South Carolina first, New Hampshire and Nevada second on the same day, Georgia third and Michigan fourth.
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Democrats are preparing to vote to rearrange their presidential primary calender in 2024 and beyond. It could have major ramifications for the party.
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