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GOP chairman seeks final solution to Democrats' "meddling" in primary

AL.com reports: The head of the state's Republican Party is taking aim at the Alabama Education Association in his fight to move towards a closed primary.

In a letter sent to GOP members and posted to ALGOP.org this week, party boss Bill Armistead said he's continuing his long-time efforts to stop cross-over voting in primaries by moving towards a "closed" primary. ...

[He writes,] "Until such time that we enact legislation in Alabama to have a closed or semi-closed primary, we will continue to see Democrats "meddling" in our Republican primary. It's time to put a stop to that once and for all." -- Alabama Republicans wants 'outsiders' (that means you AEA) to quit meddling in is primaries: Today in state politics | AL.com

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