"Corruptus in Extremis"
- Both the Democrats and Republicans have rigged California's elections so the voters are allowed to only select from those two parties in November.
- Now the war against democracy goes on with attacks on the word "independent."
By Richard Winger;
Editor of Ballot Access News
California election laws and election officials seem determined to stamp out the word “independent.” The state seems eager to suppress that word, on voter registration forms, on ballots, and even in the Official Statewide Voter Guide.
1. Voter Registration FormsCalifornia is one of the 30 states in which the voter registration form asks voters to choose a party, or to choose independent status. But the California form refuses to use the word “independent.” Instead, the form asks voters if they wish to choose a “political party preference.”
The “NO” box says, “No, I do not want to choose a political party preference.” The form never affirmatively asks voters if they are independent voters.