I read an excellent piece in Politico highlighting the delegate process in the 2024 primary and how it could play out. Trump essentially benefits in some winner-take-all states like Ohio, but not in states like NY or possibly FL. Considering elite support for a candidate like DeSantis, could party officials tweak the delegate rules against Trump, or does he still have a hold on the party down to the state level to protect himself from that? My dad and I have been watching since Rising in April 2020! Much love from Florida. https://www.politico.com/news/magazine/2022/11/25/trump-2024-presidential-election-00070677 <- Article
Do you think that moving the primary away from Iowa first is a mistake. I realize that the establishment Democrats are rigging it for them, but do you think it’s going to be a mistake and sending a bad message saying they don’t care about middle America? As an Iowan with Iowa First, it makes “fly over country” more relevant and makes the candidates give a damn about our values.
Could you please explain how it became the practice of America to allow states to vote in a specific order to select each parties candidate as apposed to all of us voting at the same time? This practice seems intentionally undemocratic in my eyes Also I very much enjoyed the Chicago live show! Thank you for coming to our city. I thank you for giving the American public unbiased news that I am proud to support. It truly brings tears to my eyes that I even have to state such a sentence. Though, Lord knows it's more than needed. I will forever be a customer of Breaking Points. You are very appreciated, much love to you guys.