In an article co-wrote with Doug Shoen he writes,
We argued in a recent Wall Street Journal op-ed piece that President Barack Obama should stand down and let Secretary of State Hillary Clinton run as the Democratic presidential nominee in 2012.
We are now calling on Democratic voters nationally — particularly in New Hampshire — to organize a write-in campaign for Clinton. This is something that New Hampshire voters have a long history of doing.
We advocate this Draft Hillary movement not because of the desire to make political mischief — but to put the country on the right course.
New Hampshire is one state where grass-roots politics predominates. As presidential historian Theodore White wrote in 1965, New Hampshire’s primary allows candidates “to appeal directly to people” and “over the heads of the politicians.”Read the rest of the article HERE.
This primary — traditionally well before other primaries — allows independents to cast ballots for either Democrats or Republicans, unlike most other “closed primaries,” in which only registered Democrats and Republicans can vote on their respective parties’ ballots. It’s justly famous for write-in candidates, who often had substantial success. (emphasis mine)
I wouldn't have written this post if I hadn't seen Caddell Monday on the Neil Cavuto Show giving the same spiel to millions of Cavuto's viewers. Mr. Caddell needs to keep his dumb ideas to himself.
If INDEPENDENT voters REALLY want to send a protest vote, VOTE REPUBLICAN, choose a candidate closest to your views, and pull the lever.
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