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Arizona looks like it'll bust primary-date rule, so Florida's next

We're hearing that Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer is ready to keep her state's primary early, on Feb. 28, thereby breaking the Republican National Committee rules on early primaries (it's Kabbalah-confusing).

So now, Florida's next. Expect it to go sometime before Arizona. One Republican summed up Florida's plan to wait on Arizona this way: "That state wants its immigration debate to become central to the Republican party so that we never win a presidential election again. Florida wants a chance to weigh in first."

Also, Florida can now say "It wasn't me" when it comes to breaking the early-vote rules.

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