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Over the last 100 years, the political system has developed so that parties, and not people, control the outcome of the elections. From gerrymandering to ballot access laws, independent-minded voters and candidates have been systematically shut out of the political process. This section focuses on electoral reforms that can help re-shape our elections into the representative democracy it was meant to be. This section will follow the developments and changes made to our national, state and local electoral process.
Early voting in Texas began on Monday, October 22. There are over thirteen million people registered to vote in the state and, while some of these people will choose to not participate in the voting process this year, many of the individuals who do will vote sometime between now and Friday, November 2.
The third-party debate will feature four candidates who are coming together tonight to debate issues that Americans are concerned about. Some of these candidates will be more familiar than others,.
With campaign funding reaching all time highs, one might wonder who is contributing millions to aide, and often attack, presidential candidates. PACs and SuperPACs make donations from individuals seem minuscule in comparison. Upon.