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Democrats' potential primary schedule reorganizing puts New Hampshire seat on the line

Added 08-09-22 08:03:01am EST - “The Democratic National Committee's plan to potentially reshuffle its 2024 early presidential primary schedule opened up one of its most vulnerable incumbents to GOP attacks.” - Washingtontimes.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Washingtontimes.com: “Democrats’ potential primary schedule reorganizing puts New Hampshire seat on the line”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

The Democratic National Committee’s plan to potentially reshuffle its 2024 early presidential primary schedule opened up one of its most vulnerable incumbents to GOP attacks.

Sen. Maggie Hassan, New Hampshire Democrat, who ousted Republican Sen. Kelly Ayotte by a 0.1 percent margin in 2016, is leading three potential GOP challengers by 3 to 4 points according to a Data for Progress poll of 903 likely voters released last month.

Ms. Hassan was the target of mockery by New Hampshire Republicans, including Gov. Chris Sununu who said she failed to convince the DNC that their state should retain its first-in-the-nation primary position.

“Unlike the Republican Party, which is committed to New Hampshire remaining First in the Nation, the Democrats aren’t even hiding it anymore,” Mr. Sununu said in a statement. “Joe Biden is planning to take away the New Hampshire Primary, but won’t admit to it until after the Midterms in an attempt to fool NH voters and save Senator Hassan, who made the pitch to the DNC and failed.”

The DNC’s rules and bylaws committee has met for several weeks to decide whether to change its early presidential nominating schedule ahead of the 2024 election, which for decades has had Iowa as the first nominating caucus followed by New Hampshire as the first primary state.

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