Americans face the earliest race for President in history

“Vote early for Christmas” could become the mantra of the upcoming primary season, following South Carolina’s move yesterday to bring its Republican primary forward by a fortnight, a decision that may mean the first 2008 votes are cast in mid-December of 2007.

The announcement, by the state’s Republican Party chairman Katon Dawson in Concord, capital of New Hampshire, the traditional home of the first primary, means that Americans could be inflicted with the earliest starting and most compressed presidential primary campaign in history – a prospect that dismays voters and candidates’ campaign managers alike.

Read more (The Independent UK)

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