Contesting Leftists in Democrat Primaries

Conservatives must not simply surrender the Democratic Party to the left.  While it is unlikely that a conservative could win the Democrats' presidential nomination, conservatives could win the Democratic primary for other offices in conservative states. There are many states with open primaries in which Democrats can vote for Republicans and Republicans can vote for Democrats.  In half of the states, anyone can vote in the Democratic primary (Republicans have slightly fewer open primaries).  If a conservative runs for the Democratic nomination, then conservatives of all partisan affiliations can unite behind him. The mere presence of a moderately well-funded conservative candidate running in the Democratic primary would force leftists either not to vote in their enemy's primary or to risk having a conservative win the Democrat primary.  Until now, the left has had a free ride in the presidential selection process. In some very conservative states, a conservative...(Read Full Article)