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Tag Archives: Presidential Preference Election

Voting – if you can – in the 21st Century

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Independent Voters are not going to go away. Our Nation needs all the positive voices it can get and the parties don’t own all of them by any means. At some point this will become so broadly clear that it can no longer be ignored. We – and the parties – have a lot of work to do.

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Everyone should have a vote in the presidential preference election

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In 2020, qualified independent voters who want to vote in the presidential preference election will be required to join a private organization, a “recognized party,” by February 19 to participate in the March 17 election. One-third of Arizona’s registered voters are independents. To be forced to join a party to vote for the president of all Americans violates the very idea of America. It is civic usury.

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Secretary of State floats election law overhaul

Secretary of State Michele Reagan, shown here at the Arizona Republican Party's election night event (Photo by Arren Kimbel-Sannit, Arizona Capitol Times)

Secretary of State Michele Reagan has begun circulating a memo detailing a proposed overhaul of the laws governing virtually every aspect of how elections are conducted in Arizona, from data protocols and recount procedures, to "sore loser" candidates and voter fraud investigations.

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