Michigan GOP’s Hybrid Caucus-Primary Plan Will Disenfranchise Voters

  • In a decision that could disenfranchise more than one million Republicans expected to vote in Michigan’s presidential primary next year, the Michigan GOP state committee voted over the weekend at the Mackinac Republican Leadership Conference to use a hybrid system that will award state delegates for the party’s 2024 presidential nomination using a system that relies mostly on the choices of insider party delegates to pick the presidential nominee during a caucus.
  • The MIGOP, along with Chairwoman Kristina Karamo, worked with RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel to come up with the compromise that resulted in more than 2/3 of the delegates to be chosen through a closed caucus and the rest to be decided by Michigan Republican voters in the primary.
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