Plan B for Eliminating Bad Side Effects of Primary Elections

Reforms don’t always produce expected results. Primary elections were intended to increase voters’ control over government. Instead, they have reduced it and created polarization, making serious legislation nearly impossible.

In America’s current political system:

Incumbents therefore worry more about their next primary than about the general election. If they lose the primary, ability to win the general election is irrelevant.

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