Some more questions while I watch your ever more bizarre political process play out.
The Iowa caucus system as I understand it requires people to be physically present for several hours. Other states primaries are a simple ballot. Surely this skews the demographics? Is there any way people who can’t get time off work can vote in the Iowa caucus? If not can’t they file a law suit against the caucus system claiming they are being denied their chance to vote?
Like wise can’t people in the states whose primaries are last file legal challenges because effectively their vote in the primaries are almost worthless? It just seems blatantly obvious to me that your vote in a primary is worth more or less depending on which state you live in. How is that reconciled with the Equal Protection Clause and “one man, one vote” ?
I just can’t see how the current primary system is in any way an accurate indication of who the US population really wants as the parties nominees.