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Closed primaries disenfranchise independents. Open primaries give voters more control of the candidate selection process. That also increases the number of independent voters, forcing political parties to moderate their extreme positions.

by Jane Susskind, published

Closed primaries disenfranchise independents. Open primaries give voters more control of the candidate selection process. That also increases the number of independent voters, forcing political parties to moderate their extreme positions.
via independentvoting.org

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