Are you tired of feeling like your vote doesn't matter? Do you want to have a greater say in the political process? Then you won't want to miss this event! Sue Davies from NJ Independent Voters will be discussing the concept of open primaries and how they can empower voters and increase political participation. In an open primary system, any voter can vote in any party's primary, regardless of their own party affiliation. This means that more voices are heard and more candidates are held accountable to a broader range of voters.
But the current electoral system, closed primary system, limits voter choices and allows only registered members of a particular party to vote in that party's primary. This can lead to a lack of competition, lack of diversity and a lack of representation. Many argue that closed primaries lead to a more extreme version of one party and less moderate choices.
Come and join us on March 25 at 11am to learn more about open primaries and how they can lead to a more democratic and representative political process. Sue Davies will be discussing the potential benefits and drawbacks of open primaries and how it can impact the political landscape. Don't miss this opportunity to gain valuable insight and be a part of the conversation about how to make our political system more inclusive and fair for all voters.
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