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Arkansas Amendments to Give Voters More Control over Their Elections Advance to 2020 Ballot | Independent Voter NewsArkansas Amendments to Give Voters More Control over Their Elections Advance to 2020 Ballot | Independent Voter News

Up Next. Campaigns. Arkansas Amendments to Give Voters More Control over Their Elections Advance to 2020 Ballot. August 21, 2020. Over 150,000 Arkansas voters signed a petition to put a nonpartisan top four primaries with ranked choice voting in the

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

4 States Get Closer to Advancing Anti-Gerrymandering Initiatives to November Ballot | Independent Voter News4 States Get Closer to Advancing Anti-Gerrymandering Initiatives to November Ballot | Independent Voter News

is the last chance Arkansas, Nevada, North Dakota and Oregon have to make the switch to an independent redistricting commission before maps are redrawn for the new decade. But the Covid-19 pandemic has made gathering signatures to qualify for the ballot

"We're Throwing a Punch at the Bipartisan Establishment" | Independent Voter News"We're Throwing a Punch at the Bipartisan Establishment" | Independent Voter News

get nonpartisan primary reform passed with an alternative voting method in Alaska, Arkansas, North Dakota, St. Louis, and the campaign to bring nonpartisan primaries to one of the nation's biggest battleground states -- Florida. Griffiths and Opdycke not

The Nation Is Watching Nonpartisan Reformers Make History in 2020 | Independent Voter NewsThe Nation Is Watching Nonpartisan Reformers Make History in 2020 | Independent Voter News

Primaries Arkansas. has filed a lawsuit in federal circuit court in response to the Arkansas Supreme Court’s decision to remove. an amendment. from the ballot that would have implemented a nonpartisan, top-four primary with ranked choice voting in the general

Every State Where the Duopoly Is Being Challenged in 2020 | Independent Voter NewsEvery State Where the Duopoly Is Being Challenged in 2020 | Independent Voter News

primary reform is on the ballot, but in states like Alaska, North Dakota, and Arkansas, voters have an opportunity to completely transform the electoral process. (Update 8/26/20: The North Dakota Supreme Court has. removed the proposed reform amendment. from

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

Wide-Ranging Better Elections Amendment Removed from North Dakota Ballot | Independent Voter NewsWide-Ranging Better Elections Amendment Removed from North Dakota Ballot | Independent Voter News

the special interests together, and denied the voters the right to make a simple choice about how our elections should be governed," said Carol Sawicki, chairwoman of North Dakota Voters First. With North Dakota's efforts dashed, Virginia. and. Arkansas

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