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10 States Where Party Planners Can Host (and Avoid) Representative Primaries | Independent Voter News10 States Where Party Planners Can Host (and Avoid) Representative Primaries | Independent Voter News

bright red now on the Electoral College map: Wyoming (83 percent). Arkansas (83 percent). New Hampshire (82 percent). Maine (82 percent). Alabama (81 percent). Massachusetts (80 percent). West Virginia (80 percent). Utah (78 percent). Mississippi (78 percent

Organizations, Lawmakers Push for Open Primaries as Crowded 2020 Field Emerges | Independent Voter NewsOrganizations, Lawmakers Push for Open Primaries as Crowded 2020 Field Emerges | Independent Voter News

Gabbard, Hawaii congresswomanKirsten Gillibrand, US Senator (NY)Kamala Harris, US Senator (Calf.)Richard Ojeda, Former West Virginia state senator; military veteranElizabeth Warren, US Senator (Mass.)Andrew Yang, former tech executive. Most Americans are likely

Wes Messamore | Independent Voter NewsWes Messamore | Independent Voter News

Wes Messamore. An entrepreneurship major and graduate of Belmont University, Wes believes that small business, innovation, and creative thinking are required to solve problems and improve our world.

Tom Huskerson | Independent Voter NewsTom Huskerson | Independent Voter News

Tom Huskerson. Born in Richmond Virginia Tom Huskerson is a military veteran. Tom has focused on writing both fiction and non-fiction works,poetry, blogging and speech writing

Steve Goodale | Independent Voter NewsSteve Goodale | Independent Voter News

Steve Goodale. A dual US/UK citizen since birth, Steve grew up in Virginia, Maryland, and North Carolina before moving to London as an adult. He now works as a digital marketing consultant and in his spare time is the webmaster and World Editor for News Growl.

Where In the West Are the Presidential Candidates? | Independent Voter NewsWhere In the West Are the Presidential Candidates? | Independent Voter News

Up Next. Campaigns. Where In the West Are the Presidential Candidates? February 29, 2016. As the presidential election cycle ramps up, the usual polarizations are apparent: blue states and red states, Tea Party vs. liberals, and right-to-life vs. choice

Jeff Powers | Independent Voter NewsJeff Powers | Independent Voter News

Jeff Powers. Jeff Powers is an award-winning journalist from San Diego, California, and has worked on IVN as a writer and editor. He has also worked on a number of local campaigns including SDSU West, Measures K & L, and other campaigns.

2019 Sees Tremendous Surge in Ranked Choice Legislation Nationwide | Independent Voter News2019 Sees Tremendous Surge in Ranked Choice Legislation Nationwide | Independent Voter News

Massachusetts, Missouri, New Hampshire, and Wyoming call for adopting ranked choice voting for all state and federal offices, as Maine did via referendum in 2016. Bills in Indiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, New York, and Virginia would give local governments

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

intention of the Free and Equal Elections Foundation to put on a tour of open debates. No information has been released on when or where a second debate might be held. Also In Reform News…. Virginia lawmakers. approved a proposed constitutional amendment

The Fight Against The Rigged Presidential Debates Continues | Independent Voter NewsThe Fight Against The Rigged Presidential Debates Continues | Independent Voter News

Commission on Presidential Debates will once again deny them the opportunity. IVN contributor Wes Messamore and I go into the history of the debate commission, which has made it all but impossible for candidates outside the Republican and Democratic Parties to