First, Trump supporters called the Iowa caucus hotlines to jam up reporting the results – and now this.
From the New York Post:
Republicans in South Carolina have hatched a plan to encourage GOP voters to support Sen. Bernie Sanders in the state’s upcoming Democratic primary, arguing that he poses the weakest threat to President Trump in the general election.
That plan has two goals: Boost the candidate the party believes will have the hardest time winning the state in November against Trump, and pressure Democrats to support their effort to have closed state primaries in the future.
South Carolina has open primaries, which means voters can participate in any primary without being required to register with a specific party.