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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.
Proposition 31 will help Californians reduce waste and improve results. It will change the course of California’s history and show elected officials that Californians are still in charge of their destiny, and that their dream is still alive.
IndependentVoting.org, a national strategy, communications, and organizing center working to connect and empower the 40% of Americans who identify themselves as independents, has begun conducting a survey to educate and activate Arizona voters about Proposition 121, the Top-Two Open Primary Initiative.
The Yes on 37 and No on 37 campaigns each report drastically different estimates regarding California Proposition 37’s potential effects on annual household food costs. The discrepancy is largely a result of.
The state of Montana and Ben Cohen, of Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream, are making their case for campaign finance reform. Montana is engaged in an ongoing legal battle to.