The Washington State Republican Party believes all voters ought to have a say in the selection process for their party’s Presidential nominee. There are twelve days left to move the primary to March 8th (from the current date of May 24th). The Secretary of State can reconvene the special committee, and the vote of just one Democrat is needed to join with the other committee members (and the majority of state voters!) in allowing a March 8 primary.
For the past two decades, every primary has been moved to February or March. Why, in a year when the contests have garnered so much interest (a new record for CNN in all-time ratings for the Sept. 16 debate) should we put Washington in the back row of primaries, when we could have a front row seat?
Urge your readers to contact the state Democratic Party at (206) 583-0664 and the Secretary of State's Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (360) 902-4151. A citizen uprising could change 2016 election history.