Alabama voters should stick to their own party’s primary (al.com)

“…Sometimes the crossover strategy has unintended consequences, and the seemingly weakest candidate is nominated and then goes on to win the general election. It could result in a national disaster as happened in 1946…Wisconsin Democrats voted in the Republican primary for {a} little-known opponent…The relatively unknown Joseph McCarthy won the general election and went on to become one of the most notorious Senators ever, causing great disruption in our political system…” Read More
By Andrée Reeves, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Alabama in Huntsville.