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Arkansas vs Georgia: Who Wants the Worst Ballot Access Laws? | Independent Voter NewsArkansas vs Georgia: Who Wants the Worst Ballot Access Laws? | Independent Voter News

Up Next. Campaigns. Arkansas vs Georgia: Who Wants the Worst Ballot Access Laws? February 18, 2019. America's two major political parties may dominate nearly every elected office in the country, but they remain eager to further restrict any competition in

Louisiana Statewide Race Decided by 17% of Voters, But There Is an “Instant” Solution | Independent Voter NewsLouisiana Statewide Race Decided by 17% of Voters, But There Is an “Instant” Solution | Independent Voter News

solution: the ranked-choice voting ballot, as cast by thousands of voters last year in primaries in Alabama, Arkansas and South Carolina and in general elections in Mississippi and, yes, Louisiana. Louisiana pioneered the process for military voters to

Political Competition a No-Show in 2018 Elections | Independent Voter NewsPolitical Competition a No-Show in 2018 Elections | Independent Voter News

exclude anyone affiliated with another party, giving most voters no voice in who represents them. The one-party states of Hawaii (D) and Arkansas (R) were extreme examples in the midterm of statewide and legislative races decided early in primaries

10 States Where Party Planners Can Host (and Avoid) Representative Primaries | Independent Voter News10 States Where Party Planners Can Host (and Avoid) Representative Primaries | Independent Voter News

bright red now on the Electoral College map: Wyoming (83 percent). Arkansas (83 percent). New Hampshire (82 percent). Maine (82 percent). Alabama (81 percent). Massachusetts (80 percent). West Virginia (80 percent). Utah (78 percent). Mississippi (78 percent

Alabama Latest Target of Lawsuit Seeking to Ease Election Rules | Independent Voter NewsAlabama Latest Target of Lawsuit Seeking to Ease Election Rules | Independent Voter News

the year its requirement that absentee ballot envelopes be notarized or signed by two witnesses — and contain a photocopy of some proof of identification. (Arkansas is the only other state that wants to see the copy of a photo ID.). It also asks that the

Michigan Voted to End Partisan Gerrymandering; Are Partisan Primaries Next? | Independent Voter NewsMichigan Voted to End Partisan Gerrymandering; Are Partisan Primaries Next? | Independent Voter News

the reform on the 2020 ballot in Florida. Activists in Arkansas, Maine, and Pennsylvania are working to pass legislation and ordinary citizens from Alaska to Connecticut are organizing and speaking out. In California, under Proposition 14, a measure that

Don't Blame Justin Amash. Just Fix the System That Broke Him | Independent Voter NewsDon't Blame Justin Amash. Just Fix the System That Broke Him | Independent Voter News

campaign where Perot was the polling front-runner for a while, Bill Clinton won the presidency even though he cracked 50 percent in just one of the 32 states he carried — his home state of Arkansas. In 2000, George W. Bush won less than 50 percent in four

Former Michigan Gov Calls Mail-In Voter Fraud Claims 'Utter BS' | Independent Voter NewsFormer Michigan Gov Calls Mail-In Voter Fraud Claims 'Utter BS' | Independent Voter News

League of Women Voters-Minnesota. The. fight for no-excuse absentee voting has returned to Arkansas. and will be heard in court. Nonpartisan reformers. point to a handful of states. that have already conducted all-mail elections in the midst of the COVID-19

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

Pennsylvania.Jennifer Bullock, Co-Founder, Independent Pennsylvanians.Dan Douglas, current Republican member of the Arkansas House of Representatives.Dr. Jessie Fields, Harlem-based physician and independent activist.Joe Kirby, Republican business leader from South

Convoluted CA Presidential Primary Rules Add to Vote Count Nightmare | Independent Voter NewsConvoluted CA Presidential Primary Rules Add to Vote Count Nightmare | Independent Voter News

been spirited conversations about some provisions of the bipartisan amendment -- even among those who have long supported reforming Virginia’s broken redistricting process.”. The anti-gerrymandering movement is also picking up steam in Arkansas and Nevada