Democratic leaders adopt early 2024 presidential nominating schedule proposed by Biden. South Carolina would be leadoff, followed by New Hampshire and Nevada, with later primaries by Georgia and Michigan. The chosen states were given until Jan. 5 to demonstrate they can hold their primary contests on assigned dates. Representatives from only two states, New Hampshire and Iowa, opposed the change Friday in a vote by the Democratic Party’s Rules and Bylaws Committee. The Georgia secretary of state, a Republican, has not yet said he will allow the Democratic primary to move earlier.
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