Replace Iowa and New Hampshire with more diverse states, says Castro

Replace Iowa and New Hampshire with more diverse states, says Castro

Julian Castro, a presidential contender from the Democratic Party, said on Monday that states like Iowa and New Hampshire should be replaced as the first in the nation caucus and primary states. The former Housing and Urban Development Secretary said this while highlighting the fact that the diversity of the Democratic primary is not represented in the populations of these states.

Scott
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porcus
porcus 3 months

What a rascist.

Paul C
Paul C 3 months

Sadly Castro doesn't quite yet grasp there is no state that would revive his faltering campaign, so the order is irrelevant.

Hannibal
Hannibal 3 months

Anyone else notice he's wearing everything but an American lapel?

park mclean
park mclean 3 months

Ethnically white cleansed he means...

pengersic 1
pengersic 1 3 months

Everytime a Democrat loses an election they want to change the rules.

Daniel McEwen
Daniel McEwen 3 months

Um... California and New York are both forced to be blue because of NYC and LA. They don't represent most of the states.

Dave
Dave 3 months

Ah another El Presidente named Castro.

Innerparty
Innerparty 3 months

"Diversity" is poop.

Seekster
Seekster 3 months

I am pretty sure that Iowa and New Hampshire consider it a mortal sin for any state to have a caucus/primary before them.

david dindu
david dindu 3 months

"white democrats dont like me"

Based Haole
Based Haole 3 months

Admitting that all the so called humanitarianism of the border crisis is only about Demographic Change for votes...

Andrew 1010
Andrew 1010 3 months

...HeheheHAHAHA Are you that Fucking Stupid?! 😆

Pedro Rodriguez
Pedro Rodriguez 3 months

And this is why giving the Federal government so much power was a bad idea. Because just sometimes the guy several states away doesn't have a firm grasp on what's best for your community.

Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 3 months

Castro isn't even polling at 1%. Go back to Texas.

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