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Randy Frickle | Independent Voter NewsRandy Frickle | Independent Voter News

Randy Frickle. Randy Fricke is the founder and lead organizer of Western Colorado Independent Voters. Randy is also actively involved on several national committees at the national level.

Jim Jonas | Independent Voter NewsJim Jonas | Independent Voter News

Jim Jonas. Jim is an experienced political, public affairs and corporate communication consultant based in Denver, Colorado. He is the executive director of the National Association of Nonpartisan Reformers.

Julie Cart | Independent Voter NewsJulie Cart | Independent Voter News

Julie Cart. Julie Cart is a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter who has worked as an environmental reporter, sportswriter and national correspondent during her three decades with the Los Angeles Times. Her experience also includes serving as the newspaper’s bureau chief in Denver, Colorado.

Broad Coalition of National Election Reform Groups Unite to Challenge Two-Party Duopoly | Independent Voter NewsBroad Coalition of National Election Reform Groups Unite to Challenge Two-Party Duopoly | Independent Voter News

Voter Project, the Chamberlain Project, FairVote Action, Open Primaries, the Centrist Project, California Forward, and Let Colorado Vote. Association members will share information and resources and validate a credible, growing network of experienced reform

Beware The Harvest: What Tops the 6 Downsides of an All-Mail Election | Independent Voter NewsBeware The Harvest: What Tops the 6 Downsides of an All-Mail Election | Independent Voter News

by mail: Colorado, Hawaii, Oregon, Utah and Washington. It took them many years to develop their systems, safeguards and capacity to make such all-mail-in elections possible. There are a few salient problems with this national push to move ballots to the

Unrig Roundtable: How Vote-At-Home Can Save Our Republic and Save Lives | Independent Voter NewsUnrig Roundtable: How Vote-At-Home Can Save Our Republic and Save Lives | Independent Voter News

Over 600 people tuned into the first Unrig Roundtable, titled “Unrig Roundtable: Why Vote at Home Matters.” The discussion was. livestreamed. on April 2, and featured former Maryland Lt. Governor and RNC Chair Michael Steele, Colorado Secretary of State Jena

Mass. Voters May Get Ranked Choice Voting on the 2020 Ballot | Independent Voter NewsMass. Voters May Get Ranked Choice Voting on the 2020 Ballot | Independent Voter News

including New York City, Minnesota, Colorado, New Hampshire, and many other places. Stay Informed. Get our exclusive. Nonpartisan Reform Report. delivered to your inbox twice a month. Comments. Auto Pager Link

New Study Concludes Neutral Partisan Effects of Vote at Home | Independent Voter NewsNew Study Concludes Neutral Partisan Effects of Vote at Home | Independent Voter News

election.California is currently scaling their program (15 counties will utilize vote by mail in2020), with talk of further expanding mail-in voting forNovember. Though Colorado, Hawaii and Oregon also utilize full vote-by-mail elections, these states

Pandemic Elicits Surge to Save A Democratic Process Already in Crisis | Independent Voter NewsPandemic Elicits Surge to Save A Democratic Process Already in Crisis | Independent Voter News

may not know is that 5 states (Colorado, Hawaii, Oregon, Utah, and Washington) have all-mail voting systems in which ballots are automatically sent to every registered voter. What is especially notable about the states that use all-mail systems is that they

GOP Sues to Stop California's Plan For an All-By-Mail General Election | Independent Voter NewsGOP Sues to Stop California's Plan For an All-By-Mail General Election | Independent Voter News

million registered Californians a ballot this fall. His order would potentially double the number of Americans who are provided with absentee ballots automatically, without having to ask for them. That's now the practice across just five states — Colorado