It's My Party
Will the open primary system survive a court challenge?
Thursday, October 24, 1996
With the passage of Proposition 198, the open-primary initiative approved by 59 percent of state voters in March, the people of California told Republicans, Democrats and their political groups that from now on, they--and not political parties--would choose who would be nominated to run for office. The people said yes, the parties said no, and it looks like the courts will have the final say.
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