One third of Arizona voters are being denied the right to vote in the 2020 presidential primary because they are independents. We can change this. Add your name to the letter to the State Chair of the Arizona Democratic Party, Felecia Rotellini, and the party’s State Committee members urging them to open the presidential primary to independents. They have the authority to do so. Add your name today!
Arizona native and author Lisa Schnebly Heidinger's whose lifetime in journalism has resulted in five books, as well as articles, seminars and speeches, profiles a member of Arizona’s independent voter community.Learn More
One third of Arizona voters (1,267,340 as of July 1, 2019) are being denied the right to vote in the 2020 presidential primaries because they are independent. Read more about our work to stop this voting rights injustice in Arizona.Learn More
Gallup reported in July, 2019 that 46% of Americans self-identify as independents. We have been organizing in Arizona and around the country - not by building a 3rd party - but by creating communities of voters that supports the people’s interest, over narrow partisan interests. We support reforms the empower voters and believe that no American should have to join a political party in order to have the right to vote in every election.Learn More
The 19th Annual Anti-Corruption Awards Independent Voting’s Annual Anti-Corruption Awards was held in New York City on Friday, October 25, in lower Manhattan. Over one hundred guests attended the event established 19 years ago to shine a spotlight on leaders in civic and political life who challenge the status quo...
Opinion: Jackie Salit - October 3, 2019 Democrats will pay dearly for excluding independents from presidential primaries. They need independents to win in Arizona and nationally. The Arizona Democratic Party voted down a resolution on Sept. 21 to open the party’s presidential primaries in March to the state’s 1.3 million independent...
Dennis Welch - September 25, 2019 TEMPE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) - Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes left open the possibility that he might sue the state to let independent voters participate in Arizona's Presidential Preference Election. "I think all options are on the table right, now," Fontes said Tuesday during a...