sion-makers. Given that voters in primaries have selected only a handful of candidates, additional data are necessary to refine and modify the generalizations about these participants. In addition, political scientists will develop alternative standards to judge the qualifications of voters, which should shed further light on their merits as decision-makers. But perhaps most important, this debate will continue because the nominating process is a coveted source of power in the American political arena. And because of its importance, one can expect this struggle to continue over who, as Boss Tweed once said, gets to "do the nominating."