Off the Editor’s Spike: Missouri’s Presidential Primary doesn’t matter
In just more than three months, on Feb. 7, 2012, state law requires Missouri to hold a presidential primary election. This primary election will be one of the country’s first. Why isn’t the Missouri Presidential Primary more prominent nationally – will it even matter?
Yes, says our state’s foremost election officer, Secretary of State Robin Carnahan. She hails this exercise as the hallmark of democracy (her opinion published in the
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