Judge to Decide Fate of 5.6 Million California Independent Voters
On November 19, a California judge will hear arguments to determine whether California’s presidential primary rules violate the constitutional rights of California’s 5.6 million “no party preference” voters.
Being Mike Bloomberg (Presidential Candidate?)
I am among many—from all walks of life—who think he was a great independent mayor. Here is my advice to Michael has he approaches the 2020 election.
Common Sense Party Supports IVP Lawsuit Challenging Constitutionality of California's Presidential Primary
California's Common Sense Party, a political organization vying to become a third party dedicated to representing independent-minded voters, has just released a statement of support for IVP's lawsuit against California's Secretary of State.
Forced Association: Independent Registration for Presidential Primaries Actually Drops
California forces voters to affiliate with a private political party in order to participate in its presidential primaries, and as a result, we are seeing the first significant decline in registered No Party Preference (NPP) voters in several reporting cycles.