California Moves Up Presidential Primary, Political Implications Abound

California announced this week it will hold its 2020 presidential primary on March 3, moving up three months in a decision with the potential for an intriguing political impact.

Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown signed the Prime Time Primary Act into law on Sept. 27, designating California’s primary be held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday of March. This means California will likely follow the Iowa caucuses, New Hampshire and South Carolina primaries in the nominating schedule. | More…

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