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New Ad: 33% of Voters Denied Right to Vote in AZ Presidential Preference Election | Independent Voter NewsNew Ad: 33% of Voters Denied Right to Vote in AZ Presidential Preference Election | Independent Voter News

Up Next. Open Primaries. New Ad: 33% of Voters Denied Right to Vote in AZ Presidential Preference Election. September 5, 2019. Independent Voters for Arizona and IndependentVoting.org launched a new ad on Thursday, September 5, to raise awareness of the

Arizona Democratic Officials: Pick a Party or Don't Vote | Independent Voter NewsArizona Democratic Officials: Pick a Party or Don't Vote | Independent Voter News

Up Next. Open Primaries. Arizona Democratic Officials: Pick a Party or Don't Vote. September 24, 2019. The Arizona Democratic Party has given the state’s 1.3 million independent voters a hard snub ahead of the 2020 election. Party officials rejected a

Suicide by Stupidity? Arizona Democrats Close the Presidential Primary | Independent Voter NewsSuicide by Stupidity? Arizona Democrats Close the Presidential Primary | Independent Voter News

Up Next. Open Primaries. Suicide by Stupidity? Arizona Democrats Close the Presidential Primary. October 9, 2019. The Arizona Democratic Party voted down a resolution on September 21 to open the party’s presidential primaries in March to the state’s 1.3

2019 Anti-Corruption Awards Honors Three Political Disrupters | Independent Voter News2019 Anti-Corruption Awards Honors Three Political Disrupters | Independent Voter News

Adrian Fontes. Adrian Fontes. is an Arizona native, born and raised on the border in Nogales. The Recorder for Maricopa County, Arizona, he is responsible for administering elections in the fourth largest county in the country. After witnessing the

Organizations, Lawmakers Push for Open Primaries as Crowded 2020 Field Emerges | Independent Voter NewsOrganizations, Lawmakers Push for Open Primaries as Crowded 2020 Field Emerges | Independent Voter News

could cast a vote for the president, which a lot of them feel is the most important vote they could cast, and they weren't able to," Quezada told CBS 5 in Arizona. "Every Arizonan, regardless of your party preference -- or even if you have no party preference

UnRig It: "There's Something Rotten in Denmark!" | Independent Voter NewsUnRig It: "There's Something Rotten in Denmark!" | Independent Voter News

experience working in independent, alternative and reform politics. John discusses how the election reform movement is growing and some of its challenges, "politics as usual," and the ongoing efforts of Open Primaries in Florida, Pennsylvania, Arizona and

Why Are We Denying 30 Million Citizens Their Right to Vote? | Independent Voter NewsWhy Are We Denying 30 Million Citizens Their Right to Vote? | Independent Voter News

and organizing center working to connect and empower the 44% of Americans who identify as independents. Jim and Jackie discussed the state of the reform movement, including the recent decision by Arizona Democrats not to open their presidential primary to

The U.S. Open and Open Politics | Independent Voter NewsThe U.S. Open and Open Politics | Independent Voter News

Up Next. Open Primaries. The U.S. Open and Open Politics. September 11, 2019. I often call my father on Sundays to say hello, to catch up on the various plot lines of our respective lives, and to plan visits. He lives in Arizona, I live in New York. More

In Wake of Primary Cancellations, One Trump Challenger Calls GOP "A Cult" | Independent Voter NewsIn Wake of Primary Cancellations, One Trump Challenger Calls GOP "A Cult" | Independent Voter News

Up Next. Open Primaries. In Wake of Primary Cancellations, One Trump Challenger Calls GOP "A Cult". September 16, 2019. Four state Republican Parties -- Arizona, Kansas, Nevada, and South Carolina -- have decided to. cancel their presidential primary or

4 Ways The Party Could Still Screw Bernie Sanders | Independent Voter News4 Ways The Party Could Still Screw Bernie Sanders | Independent Voter News

will likely produce the same broad confusion we saw in states like New York and Arizona. The party hasn't learned anything from the last presidential election. It is independent voters who decide presidential elections, and if these voters feel like their