After the disastrous Iowa caucuses in 2020 and years of grumbling earlier than that, the Democratic National Committee entertained a draft proposal that would possibly perhaps well shake up which states vote first on the presidential major calendar. In the atomize, the proposal wasn’t regarded as at the DNC’s assembly in March, however the dialog isn’t going away. On this installment of the FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast, the crew debates which states must vote first.
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