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Vol. LXII, No. 6
Wednesday, February 6, 2008
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Town Talk

A forum for Princeton residents to express opinions about local and national issues

Question of the Week:

“What do you think of the trend towards early primary elections and how has it impacted the presidential race?”


“I think that it’s an overload, and leads to a steamrolling by the richest candidates.”

Jody Nachman, New York City

“Overall, I believe that moving up the primaries is a good idea. It allows for a thinning of the field, so that the voters can concentrate on the candidates and make the best choice in November.”

Randy Hanks (with William), Hopewell

“I think that everyone will tire of the process a lot sooner. People will vote for whomever they want to.”

Linda Mapes, Princeton


“I am not sure of the impact, but I am sure that there are very calculated reasons for pushing them up. This is typical of how governments work  changing the rules as things go along.”

Ehab Abousabe, Princeton

“I don’t think that moving them up will make a difference, because I believe that people have already made their choices.”

Dwayne Proctor, West Windsor

“I think it’s a good thing that they have been moved up, because a few small states like Iowa and New Hampshire should not represent the whole country.”

Peggy Dye, Allentown


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