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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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'Fox and Hounds' The Latest to Cover IVP's Presidential Primary Lawsuit

Joe Matthews, writing for Fox&Hounds, this week was the latest to cover the Independent Voter Project's lawsuit against California Secretary of State for failing to conduct an open presidential primary as the state constitution requires.
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Lawsuit FILED! Voters v. California Secretary of State

The interests of private political parties are put ahead of “We, the People.” That is why the Independent Voter Project (IVP) just filed a voting rights lawsuit against the State of California.
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KUSI News, CALMatters Feature IVP Lawsuit Against CA Secretary of State

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IVP Sues California Secretary of State For Disenfranchising More Than 5 Million Voters

The Independent Voter Project (IVP), author of California’s nonpartisan statewide primary system, is one of 7 plaintiffs suing the California Secretary of State, claiming that the State is violating the state’s constitution by failing to conduct an open primary for Presidential elections.
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NPR Partner Features IVP's Solution to Fix CA's Confusing Presidential Primaries

IVP attorney Chad Peace joined "AirTalk" host Libby Denkmann with NPR on KPCC 89.3 to discuss California's confusing and unconstitutional presidential primary, and IVP's nonpartisan solution to fix it for CA's 5.6 million independent voters.
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Undercard: The Real Fight Is To Open The Presidential Debates

On the eve of the Democrat debates, Peter Ackerman, chairman of Level the Playing Field, joined our podcast to talk about another important debate series, the presidential debates. Ackerman’s group is engaging in an effort to make our presidential debates more inclusive.
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PODCAST: Homeland Security's Role In 2020 And Ending Voter Confusion In CA's Presidential Primary

Worried about election security? Does the party-focused primary system leave you confused about your voting rights? In the latest episode of "Topping The Duopoly," host Shawn Griffiths talks with Kammi Foote, the chief election administrator in Inyo County, California.
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IVP Sits Down With KUSI News to Discuss California’s Presidential Primary Problems

IVP legal advisor Chad Peace joined KUSI's Paul Rudy to discuss the ongoing problems with the presidential primary, what it means for independents, and the Independent Voter Project's simple solution to fix the confusing and unconstitutional process.
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IVP to CA Secretary of State: Will You Be Fair to Independents in 2020?

The Independent Voter Project (IVP) sent a letter to California Secretary of State Alex Padilla Friday, requesting clarification on one, simple thing: Will the 2020 presidential primary treat independent voters and candidates fairly?
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Over 1,000 People Take IVP's DNC Debates Survey

This week, we learned which of the 23 Democratic candidates running for president will take the stage for the first debate of the 2020 election on June 26. One thing that doesn’t get discussed in the media is how the DNC has used all 23 candidates as a data-acquisition project.
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