Wisconsin use a caucus system to elect a sheriff
The reason for writing this is simple.
The only reason
is and has been
their sheriff is
There are plenty of other reason
why we should re-thing this antiquated system
along with term limits or lack thereof.
I have been against the caucus system
ever since I was knee high to a donut!
Maybe not quite that long
ever since, I studied it in school.
Now you know why!
Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke is a republican,
is registered as a democrat,
whom the independents
the republicans love.
While in a caucus system voting, members are allowed to get in your face
unless or until you vote their way
vote your way while having an upset stomach.
Can you just image the scenery
in a voting hall
comes up in my face?
How long will have to spent time in prison?
Sheriff David Clarke has voted against
everything that the independents and democrats
are looking for in a sheriff
voted with the Republican Party every time.
Need more proof?
He voted for Trump!
a must watch program
on your week-end.
Today on MSNBC’s AM Joy,
confirmed my reasoning
much, much more, did you watch today?
‘All hat and no cattle’:
Joy Reid show hammers Sheriff Clarke for ‘wearing uniform as a prop on Fox News’
Caucus States and Territories
The political parties set the dates and rules for their own caucus in caucus-system states,
Because of this, the Democratic and Republican caucuses in a given state may be on different dates.
Approximately 10 percent of Democratic and 15 percent of Republican delegates are chosen by caucuses.
The Caucus Nationwide
In the U.S., 16 of 19 states
and the District of Columbia
utilize the caucus method exclusively.
The other three rely on a hybrid method
that combines a primary and caucus
to determine a winner.