Before I start explaining anything, the topic of this essay can throw many off (even myself). So let’s try to break this down shall we? “Should the group in a legislator’s district that got him elected, monitor his votes, and recruit someone to run against him in the next primary if he starts voting wrong?” The way I understand this question, the group of people that were with this legislator, these people got this legislator elected and the people want to monitor his votes (to see if he is still on their side or not). The question also says should they recruit someone as in to go against their legislator that they voted for, should anything go wrong for the next primary election. (comment below as to correct me if I’m wrong on trying to understand this question)
If the legislator in a particular group gets elected successfully, thanks to the people that are with the legislator, but happens to, for example get brainwashed by another group of people that push their ideas to that legislator and him potentially agreeing and giving into their plan instead. The previous group would want to, of course, monitor the legislator to make sure he didn’t break the promise to be a part of their group. If things would get out of hand, such as voting the wrong thing, the previous group would even recruit someone to vote against their legislator to make him realize his mistake and return to his first group.
In conclusion, following this situation, I think the group in the legislators district (first group) should monitor the legislators votes and recruit someone to vote against that legislator if he starts voting for the wrong thing during the next primary election.
Thanks for reading this essay! I hope you enjoyed it or learned something new. I’ll post more soon and have a great rest of your day!