The one thing I think almost every voter in 48 states will agree with is a simple little rule of thumb. Make Iowa and New Hampshire go last!
It's too bad our national parties don't have the courage to do something different and give other voters in the late primaries a chance to be part of the process.
You can't blame just the national organizations. The states are just as much to blame. If enough places like New Mexico would begin protesting, something would be changed.
I'm not holding my breath.
Thanks to the bully tactics of the Tea Parties and the far left organizations, our candidates and office holders are so whipped, so lacking in courage, they they are never going to stand up and do something original and creative. They are afraid of their own shadows half the time.
Making a change in the order that the states vote in the primaries would take courage.
The last thing I expect out of elected officials, Democrat or Republican, or potential candidates is actual courage. They have none. They do, though, know how to pander to the special interest groups who make the most noise and are the most obnoxious.
Plain old, normal, average voters just don't count, not any more. We're no longer important enough to attract the attention of Senate or Congressional candidates, let alone someone running in a primary for POTUS. Normal voters have morphed into the ugly girls at a school dance. No one's going to bother with us. Not where there are exciting and glamorous states like Iowa and New Hampshire with all their seductive early primary voters and caucus attendees.