August 21st, 2007
09:35 AM ET
7 years ago

Primary calendar madness

Watch CNN's John King size up how all the changes will affect the race for the White House.

WASHINGTON (CNN) - With so many recent changes to the 2008 presidential primary calendar, how's a political junkie to keep track? CNN Chief National Correspondent John King is doing it for you.


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  1. Korie, PA

    And by February 7th, a candidate is chosen & again Pennsylvania votes are useless. Our state chooses to remain a non-factor in selecting possibly the next president. Every presidential primary season finds me disinterested, as it is moot by late April when we vote. Make the change PA, move to Super Tuesday!

    August 21, 2007 01:22 pm at 1:22 pm |
  2. Ngole - Boston MA

    This race is not meant for the swift but for those who are steady in pace. I saw Dean lead the polls with a 43% and Kucinich with 23% during the last 2003 quest for Democratic normnination but still, they just couldn't poll the final votes. Obama and Edward have been consistent with all the debates so far and people get it. I can tell you for sure where those two canadites stand because I have heard from them time and again their position and their drive to lead this great nation. I am a great fan of Bill but he needs to talk to Hillary. She is every where and nowhere. I have spoken to countless grass root organisers and they all say that people don't understand her drive for a change. All they see in her is thesame Washington clique and a pretty lady.

    August 21, 2007 01:28 pm at 1:28 pm |
  3. Chris, langhorne, Pa

    Why don't you guys ever talk about how messed up the entire process is? I mean is it beyond CNN to actually do a story involving more than the fluffy BS that passes as 'political coverage'? It's no wonder the public could care less about this sham of a campaign over a year before the actual vote, not to mention the ridiculous 'debates'. I've yet to hear one mention–ONE–about the insolvency of social security and the entitlement programs. I tell you, that is some terrific moderating.

    August 21, 2007 02:28 pm at 2:28 pm |