Minnesota Lawmakers Consider Switch to Primaries

Minnesota lawmakers are starting to wade through how to switch from presidential caucuses to a primary.

The push was spurred by the massive turnout that swamped caucus sites across the state on March 1.

Democrats picked Bernie Sanders while Republicans picked Marco Rubio, who dropped out of the race last night.

Top politicians and party leaders are backing an effort to move to a state–run primary system.

It may cost local governments up to $6 million.

An initial vote isn’t expected until next week.