California’s line-jump creates primary chaos: ‘Changing the rules changes the game’

A couple hundred thousand Democrats will brave a cold winter’s night in Iowa on Feb. 3, 2020, attending the caucuses for what has traditionally been the kickoff of the party’s primary season.

But this time around, California will be joining them.

The state has moved up its primary to March 3, looking to get in on the early action. And since the state allows early voting 30 days in advance, it means some people will have already cast live ballots on the same day the caucus kicks off.

Indeed, the same day that Iowans caucus, it’s possible that more people will be casting absentee ballots in California.

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