First Tuesday in March?
Instead of voting on Super Tuesday, Tennesseans will now officially be voting in the presidential preference primary on the first Tuesday in March:
There is another problem, however: Will the race for the Republican nomination be decided before Tennesseans go to the polls on March 6th? A polling day on Super Tuesday could mean that Tennessee will play a roll either in deciding the nominee or in assuring that the first phase of the campaign isn't over yet. With the primary being held the first week of March, Tennessee Republicans have to hope that the race is still on. I'll be voting for my favorite candidate regardless, but let's hope for a competative 2012 campaign
Labels: Conservatism, Presidential Election, Republican Party, Tennessee politics