Is it OK if the Governor games the system?
The Governor would not call a special session that was requested by both
state houses and political parties because he didn't want someone to game the system so
the Governor created the system that caused a GOP primary. The
Legislature, under the US Constitution, was supposed to set the overall
rules, but he would not let them do it. Now the Governor endorses someone that lost at convention and
wouldn't still be in the running if the Governor hadn't set up this system.
that gaming the system?
Remember that hundreds of thousands of voters
came out to the 2016 caucus meetings including democrats. They elected
the tens of thousands of delegates. Democrats picked their nominee using
the delegate system. They have no primary. We get a couple of Buy My
Ballot Spot candidates that could have just as easily gone straight to
the general election if they didn't want to go though the
caucus/convention system. That is costing us 3 months more not having 4
representatives in Congress. We could be voting among all candidates in
is the people's choice of who to fill the vacancy for the 3rd
Congressional District as stated in the US Constitution. The Governor
to appoint this particular vacancy so now he is endorsing?