Did you know that, thanks to Tsunami Tuesday where 20 or so states will hold presidential primary elections on February 5th, there will be more Americans who live in a contested state for the primary election than there will be in November?
Remember, voters in most states are irrelevant in presidential elections. Either they are blue and thus uncontested like Illinois are red and thus uncontested like Texas. So, irrelevant.
But with 20 states on the same primary election day, almost half the country's voters are relevant.
A little sad that the standard for success is half the country's voters are relevant, but at least it's progress.
(And of course, I'm putting in a pitch for my client, the National Popular Vote, to make all voters relevant in November....)