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Jason Blosser

Enough already! I'm afraid of anyone who wants to be a politician this badly. Wouldn't it be great if no one wanted to serve and a group of good people had to look for a modern-day George Washington and persuade that person to serve?

Mark Grady

On one hand, we see that the caucus process lowers the barriers to political entry for people whose fragile egos couldn't take the all-out-loss of a primary party election.

On the other hand, it may set the barrier a bit too low.

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