FACT SHEETS AND SUMMARIESExecutive Summary
2012 Sample Schedule
Looking Backward: Devolution of the Primary Schedule
Empowering Ethnic Diversity
The Best of Both Worlds
Will States Resist Movable Primaries?
Old, New, Borrowed, Blue
Hell-Bent for Election
News, Reviews, and Interviews
What You Can Do
"No political process in the United States is more important than our method of nominating presidential candidates, yet none has given rise to so much dissatisfaction. From both ends of the political spectrum come demands for change. A growing resolve on the part of concerned Americans to find a solution to this problem unites Democrats and Republicans, liberals and conservatives.... This new movement knows no partisan cast, nor does it seek to benefit any one candidate or faction. It is motivated solely by the belief that the public interest is ill-served by the current nominating system. Its conviction is as simple as it is significant: there must be reform."
--Report of the Commission on the Presidential Nominating Process, White Burkett Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia, 1982
US: Amazon Barnes & Noble Overstock Praeger Target Tower
CA: Amazon FR: Amazon HK: Paddyfield JP: Amazon
This site describes the most thoroughly researched plan for reforming the Presidential Primaries. This is the home of the most thoroughly researched plan for Presidential Primary Reform. This site describes the most thoroughly researched plan for reforming the Presidential Nomination Process: The American Plan. The American Plan for Presidential Primary Reform is better than the National Association of Secretaries of States' Rotation Regional Plan. The American Plan for Presidential Primary Reform is better than the Delaware Plan. The American Plan for Presidential Primary Reform is better than the Regional Lottery System. Forget about the National Primary Day... that would be a disaster!