If this was proving an issue in municipal elections, or if there was evidence that primary elections
actually engaged more voters, we'd be willing to revisit this.
A coalition of long-term grass-roots DPP supporters, led by the Taiwan Society, has called for the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) to establish 'Presidential Primary Observer Group' to monitor the DPP's primary elections
and maintain transparency throughout the process.
City officials stated that the roads were already in such poor condition that the city could not wait six months for the next primary election
or 12 months for the next general election.
The Hill County primary elections
also featured contested races for sheriff, tax collector, commissioners and constables.
Washington, Feb.2 (Petra) -- Nearly three-quarters of the US Muslim voters intend to participate in primary elections
this year and a large majority plan to support the Democratic Party, according to a new survey.
Under the top-two system, minor-party candidates would compete with all the others on the primary election
ballot, and would not advance unless they finished first or second.
Sedera, at the June 10 Democratic Party primary election
, failed to be the winner to get party nomination to stand for the Assembly 34 general election this November; But his 26% vote achieved among the registered Democrats made a lasting imprint within the State party apparatus as an undoubtedly a rising star in Nevada political field in years to come.
They don't allow the protester to prevent the passage of primary election
Senate candidates on the California primary election
ballot hoping to advance to the general election in November.
Delaney had been on a leave of absence since 4 January through the primary election
and will now continue to serve as chairman on a non-executive basis.
The May primary election
added seven school district referenda to the total number occurring in Indiana since 2008, three of which passed and four of which were rejected by voters.
Except for a few subcircuits, circuits, and counties where there are genuine contests, winning a dominant party's nomination at the primary election
is a virtual guarantee of victory in the general election.