Democrats threatening New Hampshire's Primary Placement
New Hampshire, with its traditional first-in-the-nation primary, says it's not going to worry about "a handful of Washington insiders."
A change recommended Friday by the party's rules and bylaws committee would deny national convention delegates to any presidential candidate who campaigns in a state that leapfrogs its primary over others. . . . .
"If you campaign in a state that is outside the rules, then you're not entitled to delegates from that state," said Carol Khare Fowler, a rules committee member from South Carolina who offered the change. . . .