We need to decide how primaries should work in this country before they get completely out of hand and the voters are left out entirely.
A look at the Bipartisan Policy Center's comprehensive consideration of the issue.
Prosecutors in New York tend to get elected and stay elected, often for decades. The career of Charles Hynes in Brooklyn invites the question: How long is too long?
GOP chairman Reince Priebus says putting Republicans in more primaries and caucuses would make them more competitive in the general election. But the data disagrees.