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1912: North Dakota holds first presidential primary

1912: North Dakota holds first presidential primary

North Dakota became the first state to hold a contested presidential primary on March 19, 1912, allowing the people, not party leaders, to choose a candidate. Geoffrey Cowan, the author of “Let the People Rule: Theodore Roosevelt and the Birth of the Presidential Primary,” writes that Theodore Roosevelt wanted to challenge...

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