News of the Day for Independent Voters May 15

Hanks, Nancy
May 2012
Moderate Voice;5/15/2012, p2
Blog Entry
The article reports on the issue of independent voters in the U.S. It notes that California has urged to return to vote by party members only. It mentions that almost 28 percent of voters in Senate District 15 have chosen two-party system and are registered as "No Party Preference." It cites in Idaho, independent are not allowed to vote on May 15, 2012.


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