IVP Statement in Response to Judge's Denial of Preliminary Injunction
After long and careful consideration, rather than pursue an expedited appeal where the court would be under extreme pressure to preserve the status quo, IVP will focus its legal efforts on making a full argument at trial.
Judge to Decide Fate of 5.6 Million California Independent Voters
On November 19, a California judge will hear arguments to determine whether California’s presidential primary rules violate the constitutional rights of California’s 5.6 million “no party preference” voters.
12 Democratic candidates shared a single debate stage Tuesday night in an ordeal that one candidate called nothing more than “reality television,” and another called “demeaning to the American people.”
Stop Confusing California’s Top-Two with Louisiana’s Jungle Primary
Political consultants and the news media often refer to Louisiana and California both as “jungle” primaries because the “jungle” term perpetuates a negative bias from the partisan class against nonpartisan primaries. But they are not the same.