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Harry Kresky. Harry Kresky is a 1971 graduate of Columbia Law School, where he served as an editor of the Columbia Law Review. He is counsel to IndependentVoting.org.

Let All Voters Vote: Extending Equal Voting Rights to Independents | Independent Voter NewsLet All Voters Vote: Extending Equal Voting Rights to Independents | Independent Voter News

“Meaningful political participation requires the opportunity to influence electoral outcomes and cannot be predicated by one’s membership in one of the two major political parties, “ write Jeremy Gruber, Harry Kresky, and Michael Hardy.

The Legal Breakdown: How The Political Duopoly Suppresses Your Right to Vote | Independent Voter NewsThe Legal Breakdown: How The Political Duopoly Suppresses Your Right to Vote | Independent Voter News

Independent Voter Podcast host Shawn Griffiths talks with Jeremy Gruber, Senior Vice President of Open Primaries, Michael Hard, Executive Vice President and general counsel to the National Action Network, and Harry Kresky, practicing New York attorney and counsel

Newsletter: Have You Heard About "UnRig it"? | Independent Voter NewsNewsletter: Have You Heard About "UnRig it"? | Independent Voter News

the new podcast of the National Association of Nonpartisan Reformers(NANR), NANR Executive Director Jim Jonas discusses the legal fight to end widespread voter suppression with Independent Voter Project attorney Chad Peace, Independent Voting attorney Harry Kresky

State Court, Politicians Deny Voters the Open Primaries Reform They Demand | Independent Voter NewsState Court, Politicians Deny Voters the Open Primaries Reform They Demand | Independent Voter News

We were even fortunate enough to be able to hire the former state attorney general, Paul Bardacke, to lead a litigation team that also included national election law expert Harry Kresky.

Closed Primaries: The Parties' Most Effective Tool to Control (And Suppress) The Vote | Independent Voter NewsClosed Primaries: The Parties' Most Effective Tool to Control (And Suppress) The Vote | Independent Voter News

Gruber, Hardy, Kresky. Touro L. Rev. Vol. 35, no. 2 (2019): “Nine years later in. Smith v.

Courts Will Protect the Voting Rights of Party Members, But Why Not Independents? | Independent Voter NewsCourts Will Protect the Voting Rights of Party Members, But Why Not Independents? | Independent Voter News

“One of the positive aspects of the ruling is the assertion -- both implicitly and explicitly – that if the state is going to pay for the primaries then they cannot be manipulated by the party or the party’s leadership,” said Harry Kresky, legal counsel for

UnRig It: Suing Both Parties | Independent Voter NewsUnRig It: Suing Both Parties | Independent Voter News

We talk with Chad Peace from the Independent Voter Project, Harry Kreskey from Independent Voting, and Scott Greytak from RepresentUs to discuss legal updates for reformers and next steps following the Supreme Court’s refusal to weigh in on partisan gerrymandering

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

the Executive Director of the National Association of Nonpartisan Reformers; Harry Kresky. , the General Counsel for Independent Voting; Reverend Gregory Seal Livingston. , the President of the Coalition for a New Chicago; and.