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IVP to Co-Host Screening of Unrepresented

On Sat, October 10, 2020 at 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM PDT watch the award-winning anti-corrption film UnRepresented and then join a panel discussion with the director and democracy reform experts.
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CONFUSION/FRUSTRATION HIGHLIGHTS PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY FOR CA VOTERS/REGISTRARS

Voters and registrars from across the state of California are not happy with their 2020 Presidential primary election experience, IVP finds after conducting an online survey of more than 500 statewide voters which showed overwhelmingly negative and bipartisan responses.
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IVP in the News: No Party Preference Voters at Risk

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NEW BILL AB 2207 WOULD GIVE 6 MILLION INDEPENDENT VOTERS THE RIGHT TO VOTE IN CALIFORNIA’S PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY

Bill would create new “public” ballot for no party preference voters
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IVP in the News: Major Reform Coming to San Diego?

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IVP to Co-Host Ranked Choice Voting Forum in San Diego

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IVP Discusses CA Presidential Primary Rules on KUSI News

IVP attorney, Chad Peace, and San Diego County registrar, Michael Vu, discuss California's presidential primary rules for No Party Preference voters.
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Primary Matters: SD County Registrar and IVP Work to Educate NPP Voters

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Coalition Launches “Primary Matters” Campaign to Reduce Independent Voter Confusion in California’s Presidential Primary

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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. 
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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.
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