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Why The Howard Schultz “Spoiler” Argument Is Simply Wrong | Independent Voter NewsWhy The Howard Schultz “Spoiler” Argument Is Simply Wrong | Independent Voter News

Up Next. Campaigns. Why The Howard Schultz “Spoiler” Argument Is Simply Wrong. February 5, 2019. Former New Jersey Governor Christine Todd-Whitman and former Nebraska US Senator Bob Kerrey wrote an essay for CNN.com titled, What Howard Schultz -- Or Any

Independent Voter Project Files Brief Supporting Lawsuit Against Bipartisan Debate Commission | Independent Voter NewsIndependent Voter Project Files Brief Supporting Lawsuit Against Bipartisan Debate Commission | Independent Voter News

co-founder and Seventh US Comptroller General David M. Walker, and former New Jersey Governor and EPA administrator Christine Todd Whitman. “The framework of our entire election process, including the presidential debates, gives the two major parties and

10 Nonpartisan Organizations to Watch in 2020 | Independent Voter News10 Nonpartisan Organizations to Watch in 2020 | Independent Voter News

to vote. The case was dismissed by a federal district court and the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, ruling that voters do not have a fundamental right to vote in primary elections in New Jersey until they join a party. No, seriously, that was the ruling

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

winning supporters inside both the Democratic and Republican Parties. Figure 1: Jenn Bullock (in Green) with members of Independent Pennsylvanians and Sue Davies (far right) of New Jersey Independents. PENNSYLVANIA. Independent Pennsylvanians founder Jenn

Jeremy Gruber | Independent Voter NewsJeremy Gruber | Independent Voter News

Jeremy Gruber. Jeremy Gruber is the Senior Vice President for Open Primaries, a non-profit election reform organization.

New Voting Methods | Independent Voter NewsNew Voting Methods | Independent Voter News

New Voting Methods. Independent news, information, and analysis on emerging alternative voting methods to replace the choose-one voting method used in most US jurisdictions and give voters more choice at the ballot box, including ranked choice voting, approval voting, STAR voting, and more. More Topics. Explore. New Voting Methods

NEW POLL: New Hampshire Voters Broadly Support Bipartisan “Unity Ticket” for President | Independent Voter NewsNEW POLL: New Hampshire Voters Broadly Support Bipartisan “Unity Ticket” for President | Independent Voter News

Up Next. Public Opinion. NEW POLL: New Hampshire Voters Broadly Support Bipartisan “Unity Ticket” for President. January 21, 2019. In just over a year, voters in New Hampshire will participate in the first in the nation presidential primary and play an

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

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 for

Will New England States Bolster Ranked Choice Voting in 2019? | Independent Voter NewsWill New England States Bolster Ranked Choice Voting in 2019? | Independent Voter News

Up Next. New Voting Methods. Will New England States Bolster Ranked Choice Voting in 2019? January 4, 2019. MONTPELIER, VT. - New legislation is slated to be introduced in the Vermont legislature that would implement ranked choice voting for the state's

Less Bruising, More Choice: New Hampshire Considers Less Destructive Primaries | Independent Voter NewsLess Bruising, More Choice: New Hampshire Considers Less Destructive Primaries | Independent Voter News

Up Next. Toppling The Duopoly. Less Bruising, More Choice: New Hampshire Considers Less Destructive Primaries. February 13, 2019. A new bill was introduced in the New Hampshire legislature that would implement ranked choice voting in the state's first-in