Skip to comments.Report: Major Political Parties Lose More Ground Among Calif. Voters
Posted on 02/18/2014 5:50:06 PM PST by BenLurkin
A new report says Californias two major political parties are losing ground as more voters decline to state a party preference.
Voters with no party preference increased slightly, to nearly 21 percent of those registered.
(Excerpt) Read more at losangeles.cbslocal.com ...
But, yet they’ll still vote in the left-wing nutz.
I can file my taxes online.
Why can’t I vote online?
Two words: Obamacare website. Do you REALLY trust the government to develop a website that is secure and will prevent people from registering their dog, cat, and goldfish to vote?
I prefer to go backwards. Get rid of absentee ballots altogether and require EVERYONE to show up in person once every 4 years to re-register and vote in person on paper ballots.
I have conservative family members in CA.
My sister is in San Francisco. You DON’T openly admit to being a conservative if you want to survive there.
since all federal elections are a sham a fraud and an outright lie
what difference does it make
Exactly. I live here and GOP = DOA.
Nonsense. You just don't want to admit to strict and monogamous heterosexuality there. That really makes people anxious.
Democans and Republicrats. Same difference.
With the “top 2” open primary system in CA, there’s really no incentive to be a member of one particular party.
Maybe in strongly democrat areas like CA, on the (local) level at first, you ought to form a common sense (conservative) based political party. And referendums to block CA craziness, wouldn’t be a bad idea either!
>> I can file my taxes online.
>> Why cant I vote online?
Because submission is the opposite of control.
I can't imagine why fewer and fewer are supporting the disciples of deceit and their big tent BS.
You got it exactly.
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