Democrats Go All-Out to Avoid California Disaster... https://t.co/3HXYqvX6PG— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) May 27, 2018
With so many Democrats running, their fear is that the vote will be splintered, allowing Republicans — who have fewer candidates — to dominate some of the primaries https://t.co/wV8vxObX6P— The New York Times (@nytimes) May 27, 2018
After months of optimism that the state’s June 5 primary would position them to pick off seven Republican-held districts in November — a substantial down payment on reclaiming the House — Democrats are now trying to ensure that they do not hurt themselves because of their unusually crowded slates of candidates.
There's a lot of really good writing in this @jmartnyt story capturing the craziness of the top-two California primary, which is turning out to be "a political science experiment gone terribly awry." https://t.co/LcU96oQNSA— Karen Tumulty (@ktumulty) May 27, 2018
Desperate Democrats Week at Legal Insurrection https://t.co/KYA4JCpbsA— Legal Insurrection (@LegInsurrection) May 27, 2018
The supposed “moderating” effect of the top-two primary in CA is, once again, nowhere to be found. But we do find plenty of manipulation and game-playing, and unprecedented attempts to mislead voters of both parties, and independents.— Ron Nehring (@RonNehring) May 28, 2018
Time to repeal and replace it.