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1. Morning Tech - POLITICO
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Tech - POLITICO Menu Sections Congress White House Magazine The Agenda POLITICO Live POLITICO Live Home Upcoming Events Previous Events About POLITICO Live Podcas...
1368Details Log In Log Out U.S. Edition Europe Edition POLITICO Florida POLITICO New Jersey POLITICO New York The Environmental Scandal in Scott Pruitt’s Backyard More than two dozen Democratic senators call on Franken to resign Kushner bets he can have it both ways on Jerusalem move Another woman says Franken tried to forcibly kiss her John Conyers Was An Icon. Then He Lost His Way. GOP leaders tamp down opposition to shutdown strategy Politico Morning Tech A daily download of technology news from Washington and Silicon Valley Get the Morning Tech Newsletter Email Sign Up By signing up you agree to receive email newsletters or alerts from POLITICO. You can unsubscribe1_b@b_1any time. Facebook Twitter Google + Email Print Net neutrality back-and-forth heats up By Lgop868gop debate 20158386act info after Quick Downloads. Got an event for MT’s tech calendar? Email us the details1_b@b_1techcalendar@politicopro.com. HOUSE ENERGY AND COMMERCE MARKUP COMING — Walden confirmed his panel will hold a markup for pending legislation this month1_b@b_1the full committee level. “We’re putting together what will be in that markup now, trying to work out some last-minute negotiations,” he told John. He said doesn’t know yet whether the panel’s FCC reauthorization bill will make the cut, referring to debate over how much money broadcasters might need as part of the spectrum repacking process. Lawmakers have said they want to address that in the reauthorization bill. “We’re still waiting to see what the number is,” Walden said. — He also expressed interest in potentially moving on its own the Spectrum Auction Deposits Act (H.R. 4109 (115)), which the FCC says is crucial to allowing any future spectrum auctions. A version is in the reauthorization bill. “That has some issues we’re still tryindebate7886gop debate 20153849 look1_b@b_1the entire internet economy — not single out one part of it.” The op-ed builds on an argument Pai had made in a previous speech, when he focused the attention away from ISPs and shifted it to the tech companies opposing the net neutrality repeal. — Meanwhile, Sen. Ed Markey (D-Mass.), Rep. Anna Eshoo (D-Calif.) and former FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler are holding a press call this afternoon to urge Pai to reconsider his proposal. Former FCC General Counsel Jon Sallet, who helped defend the 2015 Open Internet Order in court, is also slated to be on hand to describe what the process could look like if this issue heads to litigation. If the FCC vote to repeal the rules goes through, as it’s expected to next week, Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) said next steps would include harnessing the grassroots comments and momentum to defend the policy. “We’ll look1_b@b_1everything, we’ll stay right1_b@b_1it,” he told MT, noting that legislation is among a host of options lawmakers could consider. — The hea20153349gop debate 2015
  'give a speech' from the web at 'http://transition.fcc.gov/Daily_Releases/Daily_Business/2017/db1205/DOC-348071A1.pdf'  pdf  DOC-348071A10.096 MB  - 'give a speech' Web
  'the group writes to Pai in a letter today.' from the web at 'https://cdn1.internetassociation.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/InternetAssociation-Letter-To-Chairman-Pai-122017.pdf'  pdf  InternetAssocia...0.4 MB  - 'the group writes to Pai in a letter today.' Web
  'per a release' from the web at 'http://transition.fcc.gov/Daily_Releases/Daily_Business/2017/db1205/DOC-348098A1.pdf'  pdf  DOC-348098A10.2 MB  - 'per a release' Web

2. 5 things Trump did this week while you weren...
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12248r the ‘clean coal' project that's supposed to save an industry? By Darren Samuelsohn Inside the new battle against Google By Danny Vinik The anti-innovation presidency By Michael Grunwald Trump's attack dog on trade By Megan Cassella The teeth in Trump's new immigration rules By Danny Vinik The charter war By Colin Wilhelm Obamacare's sinking safety net By Paul Demko Why the GOP is trying to stop the Pentagon's climate plan By Danny Vinik Obamacare's 'Wellness' gamble By Marianne LeVine Inside the war on coal By Michael Grunwald The fight over fixing Puerto Rico By Danny Vinik Inside the NSA's hunt for hackers By Darren Samuelsohn Obama: Time to tax oil By Michael Grunwald NASA chief: We could be on Mars in the 2030s By Darren Samuelsohn How to kill an agegop11748gop debate 20154832r has a chance to derail the trade sanctions: The International Trade Commission, an independent agency, must rule in early 2018 whether its practices actually harmed any U.S. manufacturer. (If not, Commerce said, the duties would be terminated.) In the meantime, as trade negotiators enter a crucial part of the NAFTA renegotiations, trade relations between the U.S. and Canada are going in the wrong direction.3. EPA says a controversial herbicide is not harmful to humansFor the past few years, a debate has been raging over Monsanto’s use of glyphosate, the main ingredient in Round-Up, the top-selling weed killer sprayed on millions of acres of crops across the globe every year. Environmentalists and consumer groups have argued that the ingredient is toxic and petitioned the European Union and the United States to ban it, which would deal the company a major financial blow. Monsanto has aggressively disputed those claims, arguing that there is no evidence that glyphosate is dangerous to debate4332gop debate 20155634 the United States to ban it, which would deal the company a major financial blow. Monsanto has aggressively disputed those claims, arguing that there is no evidence that glyphosate is dangerous to humans.This week, EPA came down clearly on Monsanto’s side. In a draft risk assessment, the agency said that glyphosate likely does not cause cancer and that there are "no other meaningful risks to human health when the product is used according to the pesticide label.” The finding contradicts a 2015 report from the World Health Organization, which found that glyphosate was a “probable carcinogen.” But more recently, the evidence has begun to swing in the company’s favor: Last month, a long-term study on glyphosate found no firm link between the herbicide and cancer, a finding that Monsanto has used to dispute the 2015 WHO report.The EPA finding, which is just a draft and will now go through a 60-day comment period, means Monsanto is on something of a winning streak. Late last month, th20155134gop debate 2015
  'announced' from the web at 'https://www.commerce.gov/sites/commerce.gov/files/fact_sheet_commerce_finds_dumping_and_subsidization_of_imports_of_100-_to_150-seat_large_civil_aircraft_from_canada.pdf'  pdf  fact_sheet_comm...0.089 MB  - 'announced' Web
  'announced' from the web at 'http://files.consumerfinance.gov/f/documents/cfpb_statement-with-respect-to-hmda-implementation_122017.pdf'  pdf  cfpb_statement-...0.060 MB  - 'announced' Web

3. Trump draws outrage after Megyn Kelly remarks -...
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1:57 PM ET, Sat August 8, 2015 Chat with us in F...
2241gynistic, sexist comments he made in the past, such as calling some women "fat pigs, dogs, slobs, and disgusting animals."Trump slammed Kelly, saying her questions were "ridiculous" and "off-base.""You could see there was blood coming out of her eyes," Trump told CNN's Don Lemon on Friday night. "Blood coming out of her wherever."But the comment crossed the line, RedState.com editor Erick Erickson said Friday night. He disinvited Trump from the RedState Gathering, a conservative event featuring GOP presidential hopefuls this weekend in Atlanta. Trump was scheduled to give the keynote speech Saturday night. Read MoreSaturday morning, Trump attempted to clarify the remark on Twitter."Re Megyn Kelly quote: 'you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever' (NOSE). Just got on w/thought"Re Megyn Kelly quote: "you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever" (NOSE). Just got on w/thought— Donald J. gop1741gop debate 20151207rotester Trump compares Clinton email probe to WatergateDonald Trump rushed off stage by Secret Service Trump reads letter from Patriot's coach1_b@b_1rallyTrump on US officials: 'What a group of losers'Trump's mantra in campaign's final week: Stay on pointAudio of Trump praising the Clintons and DemocratsCuomo grills Lewandowski on Clinton email 'hypocrisy'Meet the other Hillary Clinton and Donald TrumpStory highlightsTrump: Fox's Megyn Kelly had "blood coming out of her wherever" while moderating debateTrump campaign slams the organizer of the RedState Gathering for disinviting him Watch Jake Tapper's interview with Donald Trump on "State of the Union" Sunday1_b@b_19 a.m. ET.Atlanta (CNN)Donald Trump's feud with Megyn Kelly escalated Friday night when he said the Fox News host had "blood coming out of her wherever"1_b@b_1this week's Republican debate, resulting in swift condemnation from conservatives and a major political event pulling its invitation to him.During Thursday's presidential debadebate707gop debate 2015229Trump draws outrage after Megyn Kelly remarks - CNNPoliticsBreaking News45CongressSecurityThe NineTrumpmericaStateDonald Trump's 'blood' comment about Megyn Kelly draws outrageBy Holly Yan, CNN Updated 1:57 PM ET, Sat August 8, 2015 Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds.JUST WATCHEDDonald Trump's 'blood' comment about Megyn Kelly backfiresReplayMore Videos ...MUST WATCH (15 Videos)Trump on Kelly: Blood was coming out of her eyesJill Stein raises millions for recount Scientists urge Clinton to call for recountDonald Trump's wild rideTrump's challenges in the Middle EastFact checking Trump on crimes by immigrantsTrump vs. the tape on Obama and the protester Trump compares Clinton email probe to WatergateDonald Trump rushed off stage by Secret Service Trump reads letter from Patriot's coach1_b@b_1rallyTrump on US officials: 'What a group of losers'Trump's mantra in campaign's final week: Stay on pointAudio of Trump praising the Clintons and 20151gop debate 2015
  'features fellow GOP presidential candidates' from the web at 'http://media.townhall.com/Townhall/RSGAgenda080515.pdf'  pdf  RSGAgenda0805150.1 MB  - 'features fellow GOP presidential candidates' Web

4. Georgia Republican Party – GAGOP
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Republican Party – GAgop NEWS ABOUT LEADERS ACT LOCAL DONATE 0 12,514 Tweets by @GaRepublicans Donate to the Georgia Republican Party CHOOSE FRE...
36 820Georgia Republican Party – GAGOP NEWS ABOUT LEADERS ACT LOCAL DONATE 0 12,514 Tweets by @GaRepublicans Donate to the Georgia Republican Party CHOOSE FREEDOM The Georgia Republican Party Chooses Freedom. The principles of the Georgia Republican Party are simple. We believe in the power of the individual and we always Choose Freedom. If you Choose Freedom, sign up for our latest updates. NEWS x ISSUES Albany Carter Chairman's Dinner Chairman's Message Civil Rights College DOMA Dougherty County Engagement Ethics Hillary Jason Carter John Padgett Liberals Medicaid Michelle Nunn Military Minority Engagement Morehouse Obamacare President Obama Presidential Debates Press Release Region HQ RNC Supreme Court Taxes Traditional Marriage Veterans Voting Rights Act ARCHIVE September 2017 June 2017 May 2017 April 2017 March 2017 gop debate1gop debate 20151169ary Jason Carter John Padgett Liberals Medicaid Michelle Nunn Military Minority Engagement Morehouse Obamacare President Obama Presidential Debates Press Release Region HQ RNC Supreme Court Taxes Traditional Marriage Veterans Voting Rights Act ARCHIVE September 2017 June 2017 May 2017 April 2017 March 2017 February 2017 January 2017 November 2016 October 2016 September 2016 August 2016 July 2016 June 2016 May 2016 April 2016 March 2016 February 2016 January 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September 2014 August 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014 December 2013 November 2013 October 2013 September 2013 August 2013 July 2013 June 2013 NEWS Loading div"> September 7, 2017Chairman Watson's Statement on Hurricane Irma GAGOP Announces Official Gubernator2015669gop debate 2015
  'Voter Registration Form' from the web at 'http://75.103.84.241/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/GA-VOTER-REGISTRATION-APPFill_2007.pdf'  pdf  GA-VOTER-REGIST...0.1 MB  - 'Voter Registration Form' Web

5. Republican GOP Debate 2016
http://www.cnbc.com/gop-debate-2016/
gop debate 2016 HOMEEDITION News Economy Finance Health Care Real Estate Wealth Autos Earnings Energy Life Media Politics Retail Commentary Special Reports Asia Europe CFO Counci...
12 16Republican GOP Debate 2016 HOMEEDITION News Economy Finance Health Care Real Estate Wealth Autos Earnings Energy Life Media Politics Retail Commentary Special Reports Asia Europe CFO Council Markets Pre-Markets U.S. Asia Europe Stocks Commodities Currencies Bonds Funds ETFs Investing Trading Nation Trader Talk Financial Advisors Personal Finance Etf Street Portfolio Watchlist Stock Screener Fund Screener Tech Mobile Social Media Enterprise Gaming Cybersecurity Tech Guide Make It Entrepreneurs Leadership Careers Money Specials Primetime Video Top Video Latest Video U.S. Video Asia Video Europe Video CEO Interviews Analyst Interviews Full Episodes Shows Watch Live CNBC U.S. Business Day CNBC U.S. Primetime CNBC Asia-Pacific CNBC Europe CNBC World Full Episodes MoreLog In|RegisterLog OutNews Economy Finance Health Care Real Estate Wealth Autos Consumer Earnings Energy Life Media gop debate1gop debate 20152971N RegisterLog InProfileEmail PreferencesPROSign OutProView AllNews & AnalysisVideoPRO TalksPRO UncutKensho StatsTake a TourSubscribeLIVE TVWatch CNBC TVWatch CNBC ProWatchlist X × × × × Republican Presidential Debate CNBC GOP Debate Video The Issues The Candidates Media Usage Guidelines featured Obama: If GOP can't handle CNBC... By: Tim Stelloh 6:29 AM ET Wed, 4 Nov 2015 Obama says if GOP candidates can't handle debate moderators, how can they deal with Putin. NBC News reports. » Read More GOP campaigns set debate demands By: Alexandra Jaffe 1:08 PM ET Mon, 2 Nov 2015 Republican campaigns agreed to take a larger role in negotiating the parameters of the upcoming presidential debates, NBC reports. » Read More 3 things investors should watch from GOP field 9:57 AM ET Wed, 4 Nov 2015 CNBC.com Finance Editor 20152471gop debate 2015
  'Media Usage Guidelines' from the web at 'https://sc.cnbcfm.com/applications/cnbc.com/resources/editorialfiles/2015/10/27/MEDIA USAGE GUIDELINES FOR CNBC REPUBLICAN DEBATE.pdf'  pdf  MEDIA USAGE GUI...0.1 MB  - 'Media Usage Guidelines' Web

6. Frontloading HQ: January 2015
http://frontloading.blogspot.com/2015/01/
HQ: January 2015 Thursday, January 29, 2015 The 2016 RNC Super Penalty F...
11402s paying attention to what was happening in Iowa anyway. But given Mr. Duprey's position on the RNC from New Hampshire, there are some interesting delegate selection rules-related items buried in this that are worth exploring.1 It all stems from this via John DiStaso (at NH Journal): Duprey also said there has been discussion about a “death penalty,” although it is not part of the current rules governing the 2016 cycle's delegate selection process. He wrote in his report to the NHGOP that some RNC members have discussed a rule that would force candidate who campaigned or allowed their names on the ballot of a state that wasn't following the RNC schedule to forfeit half of all delegates they earn nationally. The “death penalty,” said Duprey “is always out there as a possibility. If we find that we have an enforcement problem even under the current rule, it could be considered for 2020.” And Duprey wrote to the NHGOP, “Obviously the adopgop10902gop debate 201516389ger and a death penalty rule could actually add an even stronger protection to our primary if we were kept first on the schedule, which I believe we would be." Unless some anti-carve-out state sentiment -- well more than the normal sentiment -- develops between now and, say, 2018, then New Hampshire will continue to be afforded the same privileged position it has always had in the presidential nomination process. -- 1 Mr. Duprey also headed up the committee that handed down recommendations for debates regulation during the Republican nomination process. 2 I try to point this out as much as I can, but often FHQ does not mix this in often enough. It is an important point though. The presidential nomination rules are always a trial and error process. The national parties do not have an opportunity to stress test them before the primaries and caucuses start. The trial part, then, is often by fire. The only test is a primaries and caucuses cycle. And by the time those start, it can oftendebate15889gop debate 201526Frontloading HQ: January 2015 Thursday, January 29, 2015 The 2016 RNC Super Penalty From the 2012 Rules of the Republican Party (the delegate selection rules that will govern the 2016 nomination process): Rule 17(a): If any state or state Republican Party violates Rule No. 16(c)(2), the number of delegates and the number of alternate delegates to the national convention from that state shall each be reduced by fifty percent (50%). Any sum presenting a fraction shall be decreased to the next whole number. No delegation shall be reduced to less than two (2) delegates and a corresponding number of alternate delegates. If any state or state Republican Party violates Rule No. 16(c)(1) of The Rules of the Republican Party the number of delegates to the national convention shall be reduced for those states with 30 or more total d20151gop debate 2015
  '23 states' from the web at 'http://www.ncsl.org/Portals/1/Documents/Elections/Legis_Control_2014_Nov19_10am.pdf'  pdf  Legis_Control_2...0.4 MB  - '23 states' Web

7. Frontloading HQ: March 2015
http://frontloading.blogspot.com/2015/03/
HQ: March 2015 Tuesday, March 31, 2015 Idaho Presidential Primary Bill Passes...
1384n the party used in 2012. The Idaho Republican Party passed a resolution1_b@b_1its 2015 winter meeting stipulating that it would opt for a presidential primary if the state legislature passed legislation to bring the 2012-repealed primary back1_b@b_1an earlier date.1 An Idaho presidential primary on March 8 would align it with primaries in Michigan, Mississippi, Ohio and Republican caucuses in Hawaii. A primary on that date is also under consideration in neighboring Washington state. -- 1 The Idaho GOP did call for a consolidated primary election in that resolution. What the legislature has provided is not that, though the presidential primary may run concurrently with school elections held1_b@b_1that point in March. That may require additional action from the state party in order to fully switch back to a primary. Recent Posts: Mississippi SEC Primary Bill Derailed in Conference Resolution Circulating1_b@b_1Republican County Conventions Calling on a Later North Carolina Presidential Primarygop884gop debate 201518545 state Assembly, the Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections heard testimony on legislation to create a presidential primary in the Silver state and schedule it in January. Part of what came out of that hearing was that the bill -- AB 302 -- was, according to the sponsors, introduced on a deadline and that the true intention was never to schedule the primary in January. Rather, the purpose was to get legislation in the legislative pipeline in order to have the legislature consider and debate the utility of trading in the caucuses/convention system the state parties have used for selecting and allocating delegates to the national convention for a state-run and state-funded presidential primary. Quietly, the day before that hearing on Monday, March 23, SB 421 was introduced. That bill is identical to the Assembly version -- AB 302. It calls for a January presidential primary consolidated with primaries for other offices in the state. And while that is provocative in its own ridebate18045gop debate 201524Frontloading HQ: March 2015 Tuesday, March 31, 2015 Idaho Presidential Primary Bill Passes State House, Off to Governor Otter The Idaho state House passed SB 1066 on Tuesday, March 31. The measure to reestablish a presidential primary and schedule it as a free-standing election on the second Tuesday in March navigated the lower chamber with only minority party Democrats and a handful of Republicans in opposition. The 50-19 vote now sends the bill off to Governor Butch Otter for his consideration. If the governor signs the legislation that would clear the way for Idaho Republicans to switch back to a primary as its means of allocating delegates to the Republican National Convention from the caucuses/convention the party used in 2012. The Idaho Republican Party passed a resolution1_b@b_1its 2015 winter meeting stipulating that 20151gop debate 2015
  'final day for committees to file legislation' from the web at 'https://www.leg.state.nv.us/Session/78th2015/Docs/120-day_calendar.pdf'  pdf  120-day_calenda...0.9 MB  - 'final day for committees to file legislation' Web
  'amendment' from the web at 'http://www.arkleg.state.ar.us/assembly/2015/2015R/Amendments/SB389-S1.pdf'  pdf  SB389-S10.1 MB  - 'amendment' Web

8. Frontloading HQ: April 2015
http://frontloading.blogspot.com/2015/04/
HQ: April 2015 Thursday, April 30, 2015 Colorado Bill to Reestablish Presiden...
21783oters. The only difference between the two is that the earlier Nevada-based timeline had Iowa Republicans holding caucuses just a week before the New Hampshire primary and on a date a day after the Iowa Democratic caucuses. The parties in Iowa tend to conduct their caucuses on the same date, but are not bound to by state law or party bylaw. This alignment between those two timelines is evidence that the RNC has worked to tamp down on the calendar chaos from 2011. Additionally, the fact that SCGOP Chair Moore revealed that the party's primary "schedule will be formalized in about two weeks" and that he placed North Carolina on March 1 seems to suggest that South Carolina Republicans do not perceive a real threat from its neighbor to the north. In fact, given that South Carolina Democrats are settling in on a February 27 primary, the current North Carolina law -- which does not account for Democratic and Republican primaries in South Carolina on different days -- may turn out to be comgop21283gop debate 201538997 Nevada Republican Party -- this time James Hindle, chairman of the Storey County Republican Party and like DeGraffenreid speaking on behalf of the state party -- voiced opposition to the presidential primary idea in the bill. This time the comments were more ominous with regard to how the Nevada Republican Party viewed the idea of trading in caucuses for a primary. Hindle indicated that the Nevada Republican Party Central Committee had voted the previous weekend to hold caucuses (after having debated the two options). Again, the Nevada Republican Party has already voted -- and quite recently -- to hold caucuses in 2016 instead of a primary. Now, that does not mean that the party cannot change its mind. Under different leadership during the 2012 cycle, the Nevada Republican Party set its caucuses date for February 18, 2012, then January 14 and then settled on February 4 after a showdown with New Hampshire.1 Nevada Republicans may pull the trigger on a switch, but that does raise a ndebate38497gop debate 201524Frontloading HQ: April 2015 Thursday, April 30, 2015 Colorado Bill to Reestablish Presidential Primary Introduced On Wednesday, April 29, SB 15-287 was introduced in the Colorado state Senate. The bill would reestablish a presidential primary in the Centennial state for the first time since 2000. The details largely match the description that was leaked last week. As FHQ said1_b@b_1the time, the interesting news in this is the process being created rather than the switch from a caucuses/convention system to a primary election. Under the provisions of the bill, the Colorado governor would have the power to set the date of the primary in a fairly tight window of time. Before September 1 of the year prior to a presidential election, the governor is called on to set a date for the presidential primary election the following year 20151gop debate 2015
  'list of bills' from the web at 'http://governor.maryland.gov/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/PressReleaseSignedApril282015a.pdf'  pdf  PressReleaseSig...0.3 MB  - 'list of bills' Web

9. Frontloading HQ: February 2016
http://frontloading.blogspot.com/2016/02/
HQ: February 2016 Sunday, February 28, 2016 2016 Republican Delegate Allocati...
9122t and automatic delegates) The allocation in Massachusetts is pretty simple; the simplest thing this side of a truly winner-take-all allocation. Candidates who clear the five percent threshold will qualify for a proportional share of the 42 delegates Massachusetts has to offer. That calculation will utilize the qualifying total -- the votes of just the candidates who clear the five percent barrier -- as the denominator and the candidates' shares of the vote as the numerator. The Massachusetts GOP will then use simple rounding rules to determine the final count. Those candidates with fractional delegates more than .5 will round up to the nearest whole number. Any candidate below .5 will round down. In the event that the rounding leads to an overallocation of delegates -- more than the 42 Massachusetts has -- then those delegates will be taken from the candidate(s)1_b@b_1the bottom of the vote order. Should there be an under-allocation -- fewer than 42 delegates allocated after rounding -gop8622gop debate 201531480to claim any delegates? The current polling in the Granite state on the Republican race has Donald Trump well out in front. And while those numbers may not translate to votes, that fact does underline something perhaps more important for the candidates immediately behind the real estate mogul: the fluidity of polling in New Hampshire. Accurate or not, the polling has a number of candidates hovering around that 10 percent mark; something that has not gotten enough attention amid discussions of debate performances and impending voting. Unlike in some other states, candidates in the New Hampshire primary receive a share of delegates in proportion to their vote. If a candidate wins 11 percent of the vote, that candidate is allocated 11 percent of the delegates. Other states proportionally allocate delegates in a manner that considers a candidate's share of the vote among just the qualifying candidates; those who meet or exceed the threshold. In that scenario, a candidate who wins 11 perdebate30980gop debate 201550777 ►' March (21) ▼' February (9) 2016 Republican Delegate Allocation: MAINE 2016 Republican Delegate Allocation: MASSACHUSETTS... SEC Primary Delegate Number Crunch A South Carolina Delegate Post Bill Eliminating Presidential Primary After 2016 C... The New Hampshire Delegate Count and Beyond -- Aut... Two Things to Watch in the New Hampshire Delegate ... 2016 Delegate Allocation Over Time The Iowa Delegate Count ►' January (7) ►' 2015 (334) ►' December (12) ►' November (6) ►' October (7) ►' September (17) ►' August (10) ►' July (10) ►' June (30) ►' May (44) ►' April (58) ►' March (59) ►' February (57) ►' January (24) ►' 2014 (65) ►' December (9) ►' November (4) ►' Septemb201550277gop debate 2015
  'HB 2567' from the web at 'http://www.azleg.gov/legtext/52leg/2r/bills/hb2567h.pdf'  pdf  hb2567h0.047 MB  - 'HB 2567' Web

10. Frontloading HQ: April 2016
http://frontloading.blogspot.com/2016/04/
HQ: April 2016 Saturday, April 30, 2016 2016 Republican Delegate Allocation: ...
10598hod directly consistent with the Democratic Party rules. Instead they have settled for a number of variations. Four years ago, for example, the proportionate method utilized by the party pooled the delegates for the allocation process. However, they were selected differently. The three party delegates were unbound as many were across the country in 2012, but of the remaining 16, eight were directly elected from one district and eight from the other. That shifts in 2016. This time around, the RIGOP will split the delegates by type -- at-large/automatic and congressional district -- and proportionally allocate them to candidates based on the statewide or district level vote respectively. That means that tiny Rhode Island will have just one delegate less than New York available based on the statewide result, but without a similar winner-take-all trigger. Additionally, Rhode Island will carry 25 fewer congressional districts and thus lack the extra 75 district delegates New York had to ofgop10098gop debate 201561181he problem with eliminating superdelegates is a little different. There is no overlap with state party rules or state laws, but nixing those unpledged delegates is an idea that requires superdelegates -- members of the DNC -- to vote to strip themselves of that power. It is not a non-starter, but that idea is a long way from being enacted (even if Sanders supporters sit on the RBC or a commission examining the rules). The only addition to the list of perennial grievances is the handling of the debates. This is something that is not really codified in the Democratic Party rules. The RNC added debates-curtailing rules to their rulebook, but with mixed results. But even that can get pretty close to the Sununu line. If one is placing bets on likely rules changes or additions, look to the debates issue. The others are more difficult to manage much less control. -- 1 That post-reform routine was disrupted after 2012. Rather than have a commission look1_b@b_1the rules and recommend changes, debate60681gop debate 20156647law to return to a presidential primary for the allocation national convention delegates to presidential candidates. 2016 has been unusual in a number of ways. One of them is that legislation affecting caucuses and primaries often does not get acted on in presidential election years. This bill may go nowhere in Colorado, but it is another example of a caucus state reexamining the process. The reason FHQ raises the specter of the bill going nowhere in Colorado is that is exactly what happened in 2015. A bill to restore the presidential primary died in committee, halted by mostly Republican proponents of the caucus system. Ceding the date-setting power to the governor is unusual, but not unheard of. Both Arizona and New Mexico have in the past given such authority to their governors. Typically, however, when a state legislature gives up the power to set the date of a presidential primary, it tends to shift it to another part of the state executive branch, the secretary of state (see Geo20156147gop debate 2015
  'Indiana Code 3-8-3-11' from the web at 'http://iga.in.gov/static-documents/c/1/f/1/c1f1a5e6/TITLE3_title3.pdf'  pdf  TITLE3_title30.9 MB  - 'Indiana Code 3-8-3-11' Web
  'DCC's recommendations' from the web at 'http://s3.amazonaws.com/apache.3cdn.net/c52190b72ce1a37ccc_yem6be4xg.pdf'  pdf  c52190b72ce1a37...
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11. Frontloading HQ: July 2017
http://frontloading.blogspot.com/2017/07/
HQ: July 2017 Thursday, July 20, 2017 Open Primaries, the Democrats and 2020 ...
1322244: 2012 Republican Presidential Delegate Count Click Graphic for Latest Count: CT, DE, NY, PA & RI Presidential Primary Reform Plans Click Map to Enlarge Modified Delaware Plan Click Map for Description National Association of Secretaries of State Rotating Regional Primary Plan Click Map for Description Fair and Representative Presidential Primaries Act (2009) Plan Click Map for Description Potential Reform Plans GOP's Ohio Plan Data and Other Resources GovTrack Open States NCSL Election Reform Legislation Database The Green Papers The National Association of Secretaries of State Gallup Presidential Approval Tracker Data.gov Research Database on the U.S. Voting System and Voting Technology Wikio © 2007-2018, Frontloading HQGraphics by tombluehead. Powered by Blogger.gop12722gop debate 20152050enate for consideration. Posted by Josh Putnam 1_b@b_111:15 AM 0 comments Links to this post Labels: 2020 presidential election, North Carolina, primary bills, primary calendar, primary movement Share | Friday, June 2, 2017 North Carolina Inches Toward Joining a Nascent SEC Primary for 2020 A North Carolina House committee advanced on June 1 a bill to further specify the date of the presidential primary election in the Tar Heel state. With no debate on the measure, the House Elections and Ethics Law Committee favorably reported SB 655 after testimony from the state Senate sponsor of the legislation. State Senator Andrew Brock (R-34th, Davie, Rowan) has over the last several election cycles introduced legislation to move the North Carolina presidential primary to an earlier and more influential position on the presidential primary calendar. However, those moves often fell flat. The legislative receptivity to a change in 2017, thoudebate1550gop debate 20153592contest later than March 15 since Palmetto state Democrats convened for caucuses slightly later than that in 1984. And while there was certainty that South Carolina would pull North Carolina under the 2013 change into an earlier date, there was uncertainty over when the Tar Heel state contest would occur and whether that would invite delegate sanctions from the national parties (if too early). It was that threat of penalties that ultimately forced the hand of North Carolina legislators in late 2015. It was then that the General Assembly set the date of the North Carolina primary for March 15, but only for the 2016 cycle. Following the expiration of that change, the North Carolina primary reverted to its traditional May date, but with the same problematic South Carolina tether added in 2013. Together, the creation of the earlier primary and inefficient and circuitous route it took to March 15 provided the impetus for change in 2017. 2016 proved that North Carolina could pull off an ea20153092gop debate 20152118844: 2012 Republican Presidential Delegate Count Click Graphic for Latest Count: CT, DE, NY, PA & RI Presidential Primary Reform Plans Click Map to Enlarge Modified Delaware Plan Click Map for Description National Association of Secretaries of State Rotating Regional Primary Plan Click Map for Description Fair and Representative Presidential Primaries Act (2009) Plan Click Map for Description Potential Reform Plans GOP's Ohio Plan Data and Other Resources GovTrack Open States NCSL Election Reform Legislation Database The Green Papers The National Association of Secretaries of State Gallup Presidential Approval Tracker Data.gov Research Database on the U.S. Voting System and Voting Technology Wikio © 2007-2018, Frontloading HQGraphics by tombluehead. Powered by Blogger.gop20688gop debate 20155003e Republican parties pursued -- mostly unsuccessfully -- a path of nominating candidates via low turnout caucuses closed but for registered partisans. Yet, that action -- state parties attempting to create a process closed to those outside the party -- was consistent with how the national parties have tended to behave (when they have sporadically chosen to attempt to intervene on the matter). In fact, in an extension of the Tea Party maneuvering of the Obama years, a proposal was discussed and debated in the Convention Rules Committee meeting preceding the 2016 Republican National Convention to provide incentives to states with closed presidential primaries. But the Democratic Party did not follow a similar, parallel trajectory1_b@b_1their 2016 national convention in Philadelphia. Rather, the pressure from Sanders delegates and supporters was to open the process up. That push, along with that on other points of contention like the superdelegates issue, culminated with the charter that cdebate4503gop debate 201516045March Toward Earlier Pre... ►' June (2) ►' May (5) ►' April (2) ►' 2016 (168) ►' November (9) ►' October (32) ►' September (15) ►' August (27) ►' July (13) ►' June (18) ►' May (7) ►' April (10) ►' March (21) ►' February (9) ►' January (7) ►' 2015 (334) ►' December (12) ►' November (6) ►' October (7) ►' September (17) ►' August (10) ►' July (10) ►' June (30) ►' May (44) ►' April (58) ►' March (59) ►' February (57) ►' January (24) ►' 2014 (65) ►' December (9) ►' November (4) ►' Septemb201515545gop debate 2015
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