In December, a separate group is planning a national Internet presidential caucus. Stanford University's Center for Deliberative Democracy and the University of Virginia's Center for Politics are among the groups that have signed on to help with the event, which would still require voters to meet in person to decide on their favorite nominee. Information about local caucusing sites and the results would be compiled and posted online.
"If there's going to be a national primary, then you ought to have a national caucus first," says Myles Weissleder, a former Meetup.com executive who is helping to plan the event. (08.16.07)
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