Capital Bulletin

February 1978
National Review Bulletin;2/10/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 6, pB12
This article reports on several recent news briefs related to the U.S. politics. The U.S. Winograd Commission on Presidential Nomination and Party Structure, formed by President Jimmy Carter, reportedly, is currently trying to bring all primaries together into a three-month period, with the first one coming no earlier than March 1978. A possible exception will be New Hampshire where Republicans control he governorship and the legislature. It is expected that, by 1980, the post-New Hampshire New England primaries will be sandwiched in among all the others. There are increasing possibilities of the nomination of either of the two presidential candidates: Ronald Reagan and Gerald R. Ford. The Democrats are also aware of the imminence of the primaries.


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