Do states with early primaries have too much influence on how people in later states vote?

Do states with early primaries have too much influence on how people in later states vote? Should parties have a national primary or at least a large, regional primary composed of several states so that early voting states have less influence, or is the current system adequate because candidates can focus on one area at a time?

Did the large number of Republican candidates and debates reduce the importance of boots-on-the-ground for candidates in each state? How do the different representation models of the Republican and Democratic Party primaries affect the primary election process?

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