Busting the Myth of Sweeping Changes to Republican Delegate Rules for 2024
The rules are different from 2020, but the changes have been repeatedly overstated and misunderstood
Much has been made of Donald Trump’s takeover of the Republican Party, reshaping it in his own image. Research has shown that even the definition of what it means to be conservative has taken on the contours of a Trumpian mold. Additionally, surveys continually show pluralities if not majorities of Republicans support the former president’s views on an unrestrained presidency, the impact of immigration or whether a felony conviction is disqualifying. This influence has also stretched into the national party and across state parties into the very process that will nominate a Republican presidential candidate for 2024.
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