GOP Shortens 2016 Calendar

By Kin Talk on Monday, January 27, 2014 with 1 comment

The Republican National Committee voted 153-9 to lessen the time taken for 2016 Presidential nominating process as it looks to dodge a repeat of the drawn-out contest in 2012 that proved to be tough for Mitt Romney. Romney’s finances took a hit as well ahead of the general-election campaign.
The RNC has become more stringent on states that attempt to plan their primaries prior to the 4 early nominating contests. Additionally, it called for states to select delegates a couple of weeks earlier as the national convention got moved up.

The effect of all of this that states will be forced to vote on a nominee by late May. 

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