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The Georgia and North Carolina Republican parties decided this week that Donald Trump will be the only name on their 2020 presidential primary ballots, and they aren’t alone. The Minnesota Republican Party pulled the same move a few weeks ago, and earlier the parties in South Carolina, Arizona, Kansas, Nevada and Alaska canceled their nominating contests outright. The party is disenfranchising GOP voters in eight states—so far.
This week on CloseUP, presidential candidates on both sides of the aisle – Republican Joe Walsh and Democrat Michael Bennet – join the show to give us updates about how their campaigns are going.
Chattanooga Times Free Press: 16 Democrats and 3 Republicans on presidential primary ballot in Tennessee
Three Republicans and 16 Democrats will appear on Tennessee's presidential primary ballot for the election set for Super Tuesday next year.
Tennessee is one of 13 states holding presidential primary elections on March 3 to help decide who will be the next president of the United States.
The GOP ballot in Tennessee includes President Donald Trump, former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld and former Illinois Congressman Joe Walsh.
Utahns should have plenty of candidates to choose from in the state’s March 3, 2020, Super Tuesday presidential primary.
FloridaPolitics.com: Bill Weld, Joe Walsh, Rocky De La Fuente to challenge Donald Trump in Florida Republican primary
Three candidates will compete against President Donald Trump in Florida’s Republican presidential preference primary.