What impact has or could the Supreme Court have on the growing movement to give Americans better elections? FairVote recently hosted an online webinar to discuss next steps for reform following the decisions in Moore v Harper and Alan v Milligan, as well as what cases to watch in the next SCOTUS term.
Hundreds of Floridians from across the political spectrum have united to raise awareness and combat a fraud perpetuated on state voters that has kept millions of people from having an equal and meaningful say in elections.
Florida is a closed primary state, meaning only registered party members can participate in taxpayer-funded primary elections. However, in 1998, Florida voters approved a constitutional amendment with 64% of the vote that requires primary elections to be opened to all voters in the event that only candidates from a single party run for an elected position.