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Subject:  Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock

Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock Morning June 14th 2010

Prop 14 in California is a threat to Party Politics.... good or bad? - Declaration of Independence updated... Replace "The King" with 'Federal Government' & "These Colonies" with 'The State of Arizona' and what else do you need to change?

Program Date:  Monday, June 14, 2010

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Prop 14 in California is a threat to Party Politics.... good or bad?
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Proposition 14 would change the way that elections are conducted for all statewide offices (including Governor and other executive positions, members of the State Legislature, and members of the State Board of Equalization) as well as for United States Senators and members of the United States House of Representatives. Proposition 14 would not affect the election of President and Vice-President of the United States, local offices, or non-partisan offices such as judges and the Superintendent of Public Instruction.[3]

Instead of allowing each political party to hold a primary election open to just its members (and independent voters, if the party chooses to do so) to determine its candidate for the general election, Proposition 14 would create a single primary ballot that would be identical for all voters. All candidates running in the primary election, regardless of their political party preference (if any), would appear on that ballot. The two candidates with the most votes would then qualify for the general election, regardless of which party they identify with (if any).[3]

[edit] Results
Electoral results by county
Proposition 14[4]Yes or no Votes Percentage
Referendum passed Yes2,077,10054.2%
Total votes3,838,510100.00%

Prop 14 in California is a threat to Party Politics.... good or bad?
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Comments in Response

Comment by: Don Wills (#14843)
   Entered on: 2010-06-14 12:38:28

Ernie - Hold on to your shorts. I agree with you that Prop 14 is OK, and is more just than taxpayer funded party primaries. Yes, it lessens the importance of political parties, including the LP. So what! Someone who supports liberty is who I want elected, regardless of any party label.

Sadly, the LNC (the national Libertarian Party steering committee) spent $25,000 to pay for advertising to defeat Prop 14, and to no avail. IMO, it was a complete waste of money. Hopefully the LNC won't throw any more money away on trying to stop top two voting in other states.

Don Wills Wyoming LP chairman and region 4 alternate representative on the LNC

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