The Liberty National Committee determined today that should the fights for the Liberty Party nominations for president and vice president continue, the party will continue the practice of conducting a nationwide primary ballot to determine the nominee.
“It’s ludicrous to put this decision in the hands of the delegates themselves,” the chairman said in an interview with The Panem Free Press. “It’s undemocratic. We will leave it up to the voters to decide. I personally hope that it doesn’t come to that, but if it does, we will hold the nationwide primary like last primary election.”
Both frontrunners, Senator Peeta Mellark and Governor Rebecca Tarson, fell short in the delegate battle for their respective nominations. Negotiations are underway to determine if a consensus on each nomination can be reached prior to a nationwide vote.