We recently learned political staffers in Sacramento are misrepresenting our "public primary" solution because they don't want it coming to the floor.
That's why the Independent Voter Project is calling on voters and reformers from across the ideological spectrum to take a look at our initiative, to encourage your supporters and legislators to support it, and to join our growing coalition that is standing up for every voter's right to participate in taxpayer-funded elections.
In Other News
San Diego's Local Leaders Stand Up
We applaud the League of Women Voters San Diego and their President, Lori Thiel, for their unwavering support of Independent Voter Project's Measure K and its companion bill, Measure L.
The San Diego City Council recently violated the entire purpose of Measure L, by putting an important initiative on the low-turnout March primary ballot. The LOWV stood up!
The National Association of Nonpartisan Reformers (NANR), representing more than 30 reform organizations, penned a letter to Assemblymember Gonzalez stating their unanimous support for IVP's "Public Primary" reform for California's 5.6 million NPP voters Visit NANR here.
Respected Columnist Gets Interested
San Diego Union-Tribune Columnist Michael Smolens joined IVN Editor Jeff Powers to discuss:
1. A local councilmember goes independent. Why?
2. Really? 5.6 million Californians don't have the right to vote?