Austin American-Statesman

September 2007
Hill;9/5/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 100, p26
The article presents the views of several readers on issues related to politics in the U.S. Some viewed the presidential elections in the country for the past several years as getting earlier and earlier. Some suggest that if the trend continues, congressional intervention is needed. It was also suggested that Congress should set a day for a national primary day or for parties and legislatures to sober up.


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