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Alameda Greens call for boycott of statewide elections excluding third parties

by KPFA Weekend News, 11.02.2014
Proposition 14, passed by 54 percent of California voters in 2010, amended the State Constitution in a way that effectively excluded third parties from statewide general elections. Only the top two vote getters in statewide primaries now advance to the general election. Alameda Greens County Councilor Greg Jan told KPFA that proportional representation, in which any party that wins, for example, 10 percent of the vote, elects 10 percent of state legislators would be a more democratic and dynamic system.
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Alameda Green Party County Councilor Greg Jan

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Alameda Green Party voter guide, November 4, 2014

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