Caucuses: An Anti-Democratic Tradition (That Needs To Die)
January 29, 2020 7:29 AM Subscribe
The tradition of primary voting by caucus - where voters cast a series of public votes at a set location and time to determine the winner - is used in several states, most notably Iowa, where caucuses will run in a few weeks. But as the practice gets examined, we can see how the process disenfranchises many groups. From the New York Times, we see how the disabled find themselves without a voice, while Lyz Lenz reports on how the caucus process intersects with women's roles at home to disenfranchise them.
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