We probably couldn’t do a primary as the national political parties wouldn’t sanction us moving in front of those two states. But what would stop a group like the Maryland League of Women Voters or Maryland Common Cause organizing a caucus system in every jurisdiction in Maryland to see which candidates resonate with our diverse population? We have rural, suburban and urban citizens. Caucus sites could be churches or libraries. Of course, no delegates would be awarded, but only a handful of delegates are awarded in the first two states mentioned earlier, so delegates are incidental in the influence of those two earlier states.