Political commentator Michael Barone writes:So despite California Democrats' hopes that an early presidential primary date will give the state greater influence in selecting a Democratic nominee, past history suggests that that's not likely -- and that there's a risk that California, newly installed at the left extreme of the political spectrum, will tilt the process toward an unelectable left-wing nominee.See Michael Barone, "California Democrats' early presidential primary: Unintended consequences?" Washington Examiner, October 2. University of Tennessee law professor Glenn Reynolds quotes more extensively from the well-reasoned article and then comments, "I see no downside to this." I would have
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