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OPINION: Corporate Citizenship Starts with not Undermining Our Democracy | Independent Voter NewsOPINION: Corporate Citizenship Starts with not Undermining Our Democracy | Independent Voter News

The same year the Missouri Chamber of Commerce funded the campaign against the Clean Missouri Act, fixing campaign finance and ethics loopholes and ending gerrymandering. And in North Dakota, the main opponents to the 2018 “voters’ right to know

The Presidential Election is Not Democracy in Action -- We Deserve Better | Independent Voter NewsThe Presidential Election is Not Democracy in Action -- We Deserve Better | Independent Voter News

”. Adding to the GOP complexity, states like North Dakota, and other “red” states in 2012, get rewarded with more delegates per capita than “blue” states. Both parties seem to make this stuff up as they go along. The GOP may be joining Mr. Haugland’s “all

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

the final vote tally and results. However, California will still be counting votes when Idaho, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, North Dakota, and Washington report the winner of their primaries Tuesday night -- leaving California in the rearview mirror

2019 Unrig Summit Celebrates Historic Victories Over Two-Party Duopoly | Independent Voter News2019 Unrig Summit Celebrates Historic Victories Over Two-Party Duopoly | Independent Voter News

representatives will govern.”. In North Dakota, a team of “badass grandmas” led a campaign to enact sweeping anti-corruption measures that promote greater transparency and accountability in the state government. “I think we cleverly packaged a label, a

June's 'Super Tuesday' Proves Vote-at-Home Works, Advocates Say | Independent Voter NewsJune's 'Super Tuesday' Proves Vote-at-Home Works, Advocates Say | Independent Voter News

they collectively understand that there is no silver bullet to fix the myriad of systemic problems that keep elections from serving voters above all else. It will take a comprehensive, nonpartisan approach. Also In Reform News. Fargo, North Dakota, will

Pro-Voter Groups Stand Up for Safer, Fairer Elections in This Crisis | Independent Voter NewsPro-Voter Groups Stand Up for Safer, Fairer Elections in This Crisis | Independent Voter News

to decide the future of our city.”. Approval voting was first adopted for use in elections in Fargo, North Dakota, in 2018. It is objectively the simplest alternative voting method to emerge in a time where more and more voters are calling for better

Can't Argue With Science: MIT Study Supports Growing Demands to Unrig US Elections | Independent Voter NewsCan't Argue With Science: MIT Study Supports Growing Demands to Unrig US Elections | Independent Voter News

is making waves. STL Approves. is finishing up its signature drive to put approval voting on the city ballot in St. Louis, Missouri. Approval voting advocates are hoping to follow the reform's success in Fargo, North Dakota, in 2018 where it was approved

6 Big Fights Against Voter Suppression That Neither Party Wants You To Know About | Independent Voter News6 Big Fights Against Voter Suppression That Neither Party Wants You To Know About | Independent Voter News

Method Coming to St. Louis? In 2018, Fargo, North Dakota, made history by becoming the first city to adopt approval voting for local elections. Approval voting is an alternative voting method that gives voters the option to choose as many candidates on the

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

candidates on the ballot as they want and the candidate with the most votes wins. In terms of alternative voting methods, it doesn’t get much simpler. Fargo, North Dakota became the first jurisdiction in the United States to adopt approval voting in 2018, part of

Two Reasons to be Cheerful About Lobbyists | Independent Voter NewsTwo Reasons to be Cheerful About Lobbyists | Independent Voter News

Up Next. Opinion. Two Reasons to be Cheerful About Lobbyists. January 2, 2019. In December, I wrote an article on a particularly egregious case of the famous legislative "revolving door." After sixteen years in the South Dakota Legislature, Senator Deb