Party Bosses: We Choose the Candidate WE Want (Video)
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Party Bosses: We Choose the Candidate WE Want (Video)

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Does the U.S. Presidential Primary system drive you crazy? California is doing something about it. Why not a national trend? Visit Project Voter to learn more.

Does the U.S. Presidential Primary system drive you crazy? California is doing something about it. Why not a national trend? Visit Project Voter to learn more.

For almost 10 years, we’ve been educating voters about the truth: political parties are the most powerful private corporations in the world.

Now, they are openly admitting that their delegates are controlled by party bosses, not the voters.

Under the rigged rules, not only does your vote not matter — it doesn’t count.

But we can change that.

We’ve already taken away ‘their’ primary in California by passing a nonpartisan primary system – despite bipartisan opposition.

Now, we have filed our first case and taken it all the way to the doorstep of the Supreme Court asking a simple question:

Should elections serve people, or parties?

ProjectVoter.org

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JoAnn likes progressive politics and loves the canines. She writes fiction about Chester, the Alpha Bichon -- with a dash of humor and a dab of Poli-Sci. Her views and insights are tinted by a former profession in Counseling, Christian theological studies, and training in Library and Information Science. Retired now, JoAnn enjoys the creative life.

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