Guided Conversation March 2 2020
Conversation leader: Regan FALCON
The Democratic primary is taking place in the U.S. March 3rd is “Super Tuesday” when 13 more states will hold primary elections. This week I would like to discuss how the primary election process works in the U.S. and the pros and cons of this unique system.
Reading #1: What are primaries and caucuses and how do they work?
Reading #2: How to Win the Democratic Nomination, and Why It Could Get Complicated
Wonkier - The last question at Wednesday night’s Democratic debate covered much wonkier territory…
Rift- It exposed a rift over what could become an extremely relevant topic.
Pundits - Every year pundits imagine such a scenario.
Rigged - Some of Mr. Sander’s supporters claimed that superdelegates were responsible for having “rigged” the nomination system…
Coalesce - Voters may begin to coalesce around a single candidate…
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