California Legislature Passes Bill to Fully Inform Independent Voters of Their Primary Ballot Choices

On September 11, the California legislature passed AB 837 by a vote of 54-20. It now goes to Governor Jerry Brown. It requires election officials to inform independent voters that they may choose the primary ballot of one of the various parties that let independents participate. For now, it only affects presidential primaries, but there is nothing in the language of the bill that would not also apply to primaries for other office, if California ever restores party primaries for other offices.


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California Legislature Passes Bill to Fully Inform Independent Voters of Their Primary Ballot Choices — 1 Comment

  1. Will all non-Donkeys in CA become independents — until CA becomes one more ONE party TYRANT regime ???

    See Ex-USSR 1917-1991 and Ex-Germany 1933-1945 regimes.

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