I went to my first caucus this spring and it was very enlightening. I am of the belief that our candidates are being chosen by the "fringe" people in each party.There were plenty of good citizens there being good Americans, but the majority and definitely the loudest were people who I would consider to hold extreme viewpoints. And then there is the whole "super-delegate" thing that I don't even want to go into.
My state (Washington) has caucuses and an open primary election. People want to get rid of the latter, because the choice has been made already and it seems like a waste of money. I'd rather get rid of the former. I like the way the caucuses get people involved and talking, but I think it's a lousy way to choose a candidate.
What channels should I go through to see if others agree with me and is this something that could be put to a vote with a referendum?