Updates

It is not simply a matter of big money in politics. There is big money in all of American life. The more pervasive problem is that we now have self-interested political institutions — the parties — that are considered “too big to fail.” Are we supposed to protect them and their refusal to share power with the people at all costs?

Are you an unaffiliated voter? Here’s how political consultants are targeting you (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
February 19, 2020

In a recent article in the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Jackie Salit, one of several political experts interviewed, speaks with journalist Rory Appleton on how partisan campaigns try to appeal to the growing number of independents across the country but fail to recognize a greater shift away from party loyalty.

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Arizona Horizon – Voting Rights for Independents is a Civil Rights Issue
November 5, 2019

Cathy Stewart, Independent Voting's VP of National Development, appeared with Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes on the PBS’s award winning show Arizona Horizon to talk about the voting rights of independents.

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Jane Kleeb: 2019 Anti-Corruption Award Honoree
November 5, 2019

Jane Kleeb was an honoree at the 19th Annual Anti-Corruption Awards sponsored by Independent Voting. As the Nebraska Democratic Party state chair, she was a champion for the inclusion of independents in the 2020 presidential primary in her state and beyond ...

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Touro Law Review: A Voting Rights Act
June 24, 2019

Attorneys Harry Kresky (Independent Voting), Jeremy Gruber (Open Primaries and Michael Hardy (National Action Network) authored an important article appearing in the Touro Law Review.

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