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October 13, 2011
Eating leftover Thanksgiving turkey while watching NH returns?
It's possible that the race for the GOP presidential candidate will be over shortly after the first of the year. With Nevada pushing it's primary up to January 14, Iowa and New Hampshire - two states guaranteed by the RNC to lead off the primary season - have been scrambling to move up their own contests. The problem is, the GOP faithful may not be ready to begin the nominating process in early December. The Atlantic: In a statement issued Wednesday afternoon, Garnder, who sets the date, said that if Nevada sticks with its current plan to hold a caucus on Jan. 14, "I cannot rule out the possibility of a December primary." Gardner wants Nevada to accept a date of Jan. 17 or later in order to keep the 2012 primaries from spilling into 2011. But if it does not, he said, "The dates of Tuesday, December 13th, and Tuesday, December 6th are realistic options, and we have logistics in place to make either date happen if needed." The primary calendar has been in chaos since a...(Read Full Post)