Biden pushes Democrats for 2024 primary overhaul
President Biden told Democrats Thursday they must "rid the nominating process of restrictive, anti-worker caucuses" and "reflect the overall diversity" of the party and nation, in a major proposed overhaul ahead of the 2024 presidential election.
Why it matters: This would end Iowa's decades-long reign of being the first state in the Democrats' presidential nominating process. Biden's plan would see South Carolina as the first 2024 primary state, followed by Nevada and New Hampshire, Georgia and then Michigan, the Washington Post first reported.
"Our party should no longer allow caucuses as part of our nominating process," Biden...