California Proposition 14 Open Primary Ballot Language Decision Favorable to Independents

By Nancy Hanks | Related entries in California, Independents, Louisiana, News, Open Primaries, Politics

More commentary this weekend on California’s Proposition 14 “top two” open primary referendum after Judge Allen Sumner’s ballot wording ruling on Friday. The ruling was seen as a win for independent voters by attorney Harry Kresky of IndependentVoting and by Californians for an Open Primary/Yes on 14… Meanwhile, state Rep. Hunter Greene, a Republican who chairs the state House Ways and Means Committee, wants an open primary for Louisiana….


  • Editorial: Bay Area News Group urges a yes vote on Proposition 14 (Oakland Tribune Medianews editorial)
  • California GOP ends conference bullish, but shadowed by past defeats (By Jack Chang, Sac Bee)
  • ‘Ayatollah’ Willie Brown wants a more moderate Legislature (George Skelton, LA Times/Capitol Journal)
  • Electoral reforms won’t fix California gridlock (Eric McGhee, San Francisco Chronicle)


  • Greene says return to open primaries (The Advocate/Inside Politics)

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