We are a national strategy, communications, and organizing center working to connect and empower the 40% of Americans who identify themselves as independents. Our mission is to develop a movement of independent voters, in partnership with Americans of all persuasions, to reform America’s political process, create unorthodox coalitions and use our democracy to develop our nation.

  • Message From The President
    We Strive For An Independent America

    Every six weeks Independent Voting’s president, Jackie Salit, hosts a national conference call for new and veteran political activists. One hundred and fifty independent leaders from as many as 40 states participate in each of these conference calls, making them the largest regular gathering of independent voters in the country.

  • Please join me at “Crossroads for an Independent America”
    9th biennial National Conference of Independents on March 18, 2017 in New York City.


Independents become independents because we are repelled by the current political system—by the self-dealing and arrogance of politicians and political parties. We are 44 percent of the country today.

Crossroads for an Independent America
On Saturday, March 18, 2017, Independent Voting held its Ninth Biennial National Conference of Independents. "Crossroads for an Independent America" brought together over 350 independent activists from 36 states to engage specifically, the empowerment of independent voters and the creation of a new political culture.
Exploring New Frontiers of America’s Changing Electorate
Independent Voting is forging partnerships with major universities and policy institutes at the forefront of engaging independent voters and understanding their role in America’s changing electorate.
Letter to President-Elect Donald J. Trump
Over 400 independents from 42 states signed onto a letter to President Elect Trump co-authored by Rick Robol of Independent Ohio and Jacqueline Salit, urging immediate steps to attend to the problem of partisanship in government.

black america goes independent.

For generations, African Americans have been politically connected to the Democratic Party. Find out how that is changing and who is leading the way.


In case you missed it -- recorded live stream of the National Conference of Independents is available here:


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If you're not able to attend in person, please join us by livestream at today's National Conference of Independents, beginning 11:30am at videostreaming.gc.cuny.edu/videos/video/4835/in/channel/1/ ...

The 2017 National Conference of Independents in New York City will be live streamed starting on Saturday, March 18th at 11:30 am ET. Don't miss this important opportunity to meet at the Crossroads for an Independent America and join a movement to take our country forward, beyond the partisanship and polarization that currently runs amuck. videostreaming.gc.cuny.edu/videos/reserveurl/9be52b6b-0819-11e7-8f82-00000000013e

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