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: An Inclination to Criticize

A blow to third party candidates.

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The Supreme Court in Washington State Grange v. Washington State Republican Party reversed the 9th Cir. and upheld Washington State's top-two primary system. The way it works is that every candidate puts down the party that they self-identify with, Washingtonian's vote for whomever they want, and the top-two move on it could be two 'democrats' or two 'republicans' or one of each. The Constitutional issue was free association. Because parties are not allowed to choose their own representatives and may be forced to associate with candidates who share few or none of their values, but... (more)

Full post as published by An Inclination to Criticize on March 18, 2008 (boomark / email).

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