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There's A Deeper Systemic Problem in the College Admissions Scandal No One Is Talking About | Independent Voter NewsThere's A Deeper Systemic Problem in the College Admissions Scandal No One Is Talking About | Independent Voter News

infrequent. Considering only the United States in the past decade, the public witnessed two high-profile cheating scandals in the public schools of Atlanta and Washington, DC, and a smattering of smaller scandals elsewhere (e.g. El Paso and Pennsylvania

Ranked Choice Voting Finds Its Way to the Floor of the US House | Independent Voter NewsRanked Choice Voting Finds Its Way to the Floor of the US House | Independent Voter News

Up Next. New Voting Methods. Ranked Choice Voting Finds Its Way to the Floor of the US House. March 3, 2019. WASHINGTON, DC - The sweeping electoral reform measures encompassed in H.R. 1 expanded even further with the addition of a ranked choice voting

America is Ready and Waiting for a Credible Independent to Challenge Both Parties | Independent Voter NewsAmerica is Ready and Waiting for a Credible Independent to Challenge Both Parties | Independent Voter News

political disruption might just be ripe. Voters Don't Trust The Politicians in Washington, DC. As the two parties try to prove the other is more evil, the general electorate’s opinion of government has declined to a shocking new low. According to Pew Research

Pro-Voter Reformers: George's Primary Debacle Underscores Need for Vote-By-Mail Nationwide | Independent Voter NewsPro-Voter Reformers: George's Primary Debacle Underscores Need for Vote-By-Mail Nationwide | Independent Voter News

”. Though Georgia has a history of problems, it is not the only state that has faced issues in 2020. Wisconsin faced similar issues in April. Washington DC and Pennsylvania were also plagued by problems on June 2. As the conversation on how to conduct elections in

Political Competition a No-Show in 2018 Elections | Independent Voter NewsPolitical Competition a No-Show in 2018 Elections | Independent Voter News

leaving voters with no true choices on Election Day. The two ranked at the bottom of state voter turnout, below even Washington DC, which in midterms has no real state or federal election. The problem is not in their primaries. Both are open primary states that

Unrig the System: "The Viability of the American Experiment is At Stake" | Independent Voter NewsUnrig the System: "The Viability of the American Experiment is At Stake" | Independent Voter News

offers "an interesting backdrop that nobody knows about, while the dystopia continues to emanate from Washington, DC.". Virtually every leader of those state and local campaigns that won last year, many of them on Election Day. virtually every leader was at the

Here's What Each Candidate Has Spent Per Vote in The Democratic Primary | Independent Voter NewsHere's What Each Candidate Has Spent Per Vote in The Democratic Primary | Independent Voter News

rivals for moderate voters, dropped out of the race ahead of Tuesday. The New Deal socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders was never going to play well in Southern states. The quite establishmentarian, Washington DC adjacent Virginia could be counted on to vote for Biden

The Constitution: Not As Easy As It Looks | Independent Voter NewsThe Constitution: Not As Easy As It Looks | Independent Voter News

Scalia in a 1996 speech at Catholic University in Washington, DC: “I take the words as they were promulgated to the people of the United States, and what is the fairly understood meaning of those words,” which sounds benign enough. While postulating, however

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

Election Science. 6. A 600-Mile Walk to End Political Corruption. Could you imagine walking over 600 miles? How about walking from Atlanta, Georgia, to Washington, DC for a cause? That is the journey Ronaldo Pearson began on August 6, 2019, to raise the

The Biggest Stories You've Missed This Month to End the Two-Party Duopoly | Independent Voter NewsThe Biggest Stories You've Missed This Month to End the Two-Party Duopoly | Independent Voter News

Couchman, who used to work in Amash’s Washington DC office, penned. an op-ed for CNN.com. in July 2019, in which he wrote about how Amash could change the electoral landscape in 2020. However, he also noted that to avoid the spoiler effect, presidential