The Democratic National Committee said the New Hampshire Democratic Party’s upcoming primary process is “toxic.”
In a letter to New Hampshire Democratic Party Chairman Raymond Buckley, co-chairs of the DNC Rules and Bylaws Committee Mignon Moore and James Roosevelt Jr. “Events cannot be used as the first deciding step in an election.” It is considered to be detrimental and detrimental to the state’s delegate selection process. ”
“The NHDP states that January 23rd is a non-binding presidential election event and is meaningless, and that the NHDP and presidential candidates should take every step to avoid participating,” the letter obtained by POLITICO states. It is necessary to take measures to educate the public about this.”
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This comes after New Hampshire Secretary of State David Scanlan (Republican) announced that the state’s primary election would be held on January 23rd, and the Democratic Party announced that it would hold its first primary election in South Carolina on February 3rd. This is what happened after he ruined his efforts.
“We are aware that the party intends to host a delegate selection process on Saturday, January 6th,” the letter said. “As this process has not been approved by RBC, we recommend that participants be advised that it is not an approved route to becoming a delegate to the national convention and is not recommended for recognition by RBC. Masu.”
“This is nothing new. They’ve been saying it for a year, and we’re going to keep saying it,” Buckley said in a statement to POLITICO.
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Iowa and New Hampshire have historically been the first states to enter the Democratic electoral process. However, President Biden and the DNC sought to reschedule this year’s primaries to begin in South Carolina, the state that led the president to victory in 2020, in an effort to increase racial diversity in the electoral process.
“The Democratic Party is like America, and this proposal is no different,” DNC Chairman Jamie Harrison said of the plan last year.