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IVP Applauds Democracy Found's Top-Four Initiative with Ranked Choice Voting in Wisconsin

The Independent Voter Project (IVP) is proud to support a new effort by Katherine Gehl and her organization, Democracy Found, in Wisconsin to implement a nonpartisan top-four open primary with ranked choice voting in the general election.
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IVP Attorney Talks Election Reform at the Dole Institute of Politics

Independent Voter Project's attorney, Chad Peace sits down with Jim Jonas, Executive Director of the National Association of Nonpartisan Reformers, at the Dole Institute of Politics to discuss the legal, infrastructural, communication and electoral disadvantages for independents and third parties.
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IVP Responds: The Real History of Top-Two Nonpartisan Primary Electoral Reform

It is periodically reported that California’s Prop 14 (Non-partisan Top Two Primary) was drafted in the middle of the night in the back rooms of the California Legislature. Nothing could be further from the truth.
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IVP Helps Launch National​ ​Reformers​ ​Association​ ​To​ ​Challenge​ ​Two-Party Duopoly

Group of leading nonpartisan reformers to share resources, establish common objectives, and provide more choice to voters and better representation to every citizen of the United States regardless of their party affiliation or non-affiliation.
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IVP Files a Second Amicus Brief in Support of Level the Playing Field Against CPD

On September 22, 2017, the Independent Voter Project and 6 individual signatories filed an amicus curiae brief in support of a legal challenge brought by Level the Playing Field (LPF) against the debate commission and its exclusionary presidential debate rules.
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IVP Co-Hosts Election Reform Meeting in Kansas City

Independent Voter Project was proud to co-host an important meeting among reformers including the Centrist Project, Level the Playing Field, Represent.us, FairVote, the Bridge Alliance, and former independent candidate for Senate Greg Orman.
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San Diego Voters Pass IVP Authored “Measure K”

The Independent Voter Project is proud to have authored, organized, and supported one of the most important election reform measures in the history of San Diego: Measure K.
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California Legislators to Introduce Revolutionary New Presidential Primary Reform

Assemblymembers Adam Gray (D-Merced), Kristin Olsen (R-Riverbank), and the Independent Voter Project jointly announce the introduction of a new state constitutional amendment, ACA 13...
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IVP Files Amicus Brief in Support of Level the Playing Field Against CPD

Level the Playing Field, along with the national Green and Libertarian parties, are challenging the legality of a presidential debate rule that prevents candidates outside the Republican and Democratic parties from being competitive in presidential elections.
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VIDEO: How Partisan Primary Elections Violate Your Right to Vote

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California Resolution Would Provide for a Nonpartisan “Public Ballot” Option for Presidential Primaries

Assemblymember Kristin Olsen (R-Modesto), State Senator Anthony Cannella (R-Ceres), and the Independent Voter Project jointly announce the filing of resolution ACR 145 in the California State assembly urging Secretary of State Alex Padilla to provide an additional, nonpartisan presidential ballot.
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