(PartiallyPolitics.com) – Voters in New Hampshire are frustrated with the choice of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and President Biden to dismiss the state in the 2024 primary race. Many have also angrily pointed out that Biden would not be on the ballot.
At the start of the primary process, Biden and the Democratic Party had decided that New Hampshire would be replaced as first in the nation by South Carolina. This resulted in backlash from some voters in the state who felt that the move had disregarded them.
Other voters have been pushing for a write-in campaign which would help ensure that there is no chance of an upset in the Democratic primary, where Marianne Williamson and Dean Phillips are running against the former president.
However, many New Hampshire voters are not fond of the proposal. One voter pointed out they were “angry about it” and questioned why they should write Biden’s name on the ballot when the president would not “give us the time of day.”
Another voter pointed out that it was disappointing not to have a Democratic primary and that unlike what the DNC was claiming this was not “meaningless.”
A different voter has painted out that the Democratic National Committee has argued that the Democratic primary was not “real” and that it was irrelevant which they felt was “nonsense.”
Rep. Dean Phillips launched his presidential campaign in October and has spent millions of dollars in a campaign that many are viewing as a longshot campaign. However, due to Biden not being on the ballot many are scared that Phillips could gain momentum in the race.
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