WASHINGTON (AP) — Iowa and New Hampshire would retain their coveted spots atop the presidential primary calendar, according to new rules set to be approved by Republican leaders that could reshape the 2016 presidential election. South Carolina and Nevada would also secure top spots, as they have in the past, as part of a larger plan that would significantly shorten the GOP's presidential selection process.
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There are four Republican primaries or caucuses: Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana and Maine, and all are “closed” to non-Republicans. Because to date the calendar has been predominantly composed of open primaries, meaning Independents, and even Democrats, can cast their ballots in the GOP race. Sen. Ted