An anti-Trump move in Massachusetts delegate allocation?
Plus 2024 Primary Calendar and Rules Updates for July 27 -- Massachusetts, Missouri & Pennsylvania
The 2024 presidential nomination process is rapidly approaching its voting phase. Less than a month now stands between the qualifying Republican candidates for president and the first primary debate of the cycle. The state-level rules for delegate allocation, selection and binding are due to the Republican National Committee in barely more than two months. And the process is inside of six months until Iowa Republicans cast the first votes to determine who the party’s presidential nominee will be.
Uncertainty abounds, but the closer it all gets to Iowa, the clearer things become in some areas. That is true in the case of the calendar and rules that will serve as the formal rules by which the process will be governed.
Below is a look at what is happening (or not happening) in three states.
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