California is full of legislators who say they want to reduce any barriers to voter participation.
From motor voter to early voting, they herald the virtues of increasing voter participation.
Now consider this FACT: In 2016, 4.7 million registered No Party Preference voters and half a million improperly registered third party voters were denied a meaningful vote in the confusing and broadly criticized presidential primary.
California political insiders understand that having millions of independent voters participate in the presidential primary could make it harder for them to control the outcome of all the races, from dogcatcher to Senate.
That is one reason why California has a political monopoly.
And that is why the Independent Voter Project filed a lawsuit against the California Secretary of State.
Today, nearly 14,000 voters have already signed the petition to support us!
Party insiders and influencers are at it again in Michigan. Nearly a year after they tried to stop anti-gerrymandering reform from appearing on the ballot in November, they are now trying to block a citizens’ redistricting commission from being formed to take power over redistricting back from the people.READ MORE
In the latest episode of Toppling the Duopoly, host Shawn Griffiths and his guest, RepresentUs’ Ellen Moorhouse, talk about a short film starring Jennifer Lawrence that gets to the heart of all the political problems in the US, and what YOU can do about it.
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