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Pa. Senate votes to move 2024 presidential primary, partly to have a say on nominees

  • The Pennsylvania state Senate has passed a bill moving up the state's 2024 primary election by five weeks to March 19, allowing voters to have more say in deciding presidential nominees and avoiding conflicts with the Jewish holiday of Passover.
  • This change would give Pennsylvania citizens a voice at the beginning of the process, as the state's primary has historically been set relatively late in the primary calendar and hasn't hosted a competitive primary since 2008.
  • While the bill compresses the primary season to 11 weeks, potentially giving courts and counties less time to handle election-related duties, it aims to give residents more influence on the trajectory of presidential campaigns.
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