CALIF. LAW­MAK­ERS BACK EAR­LIER MARCH PRI­MARY

The Arizona Republic - - USA TODAY -

Cal­i­for­nia law­mak­ers voted early Satur­day to set the state’s pres­i­den­tial pri­mary in March, a move that would force can­di­dates to mount ex­pen­sive cam­paigns ear­lier in the state that awards the most del­e­gates.

The bill will go to Gov. Jerry Brown for con­sid­er­a­tion. He has not said if he will sign it.

A March pri­mary would likely fall on so-called Su­per Tues­day, when roughly a dozen states typ­i­cally vote.

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