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Stop Taxpayer Funding of Party Primaries. If Our Vote Doesn't Count. Make Them Pay:

We beat the parties in the largest state in the union. Help us win in your state next.

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Both Parties Agree: Your Vote Doesn't Really Matter

For almost 10 years, we've been educating voters about the truth: political parties are the most powerful private corporations in the world.

Now, they are openly admitting that their delegates are controlled by party bosses, not the voters.

We're Knocking on the Door of the Supreme Court

The right to vote is a nonpartisan right.

But over the last 100 years, the two private political parties have rigged the rules so that only party insiders really matter.

Worse, they are now OPENLY ADMITTING that taxpayer-funded primary elections don't serve voters -- they are just a poll for the party bosses to 'consider'!

Under the rigged rules, not only does your vote not matter -- it doesn't count.

But we can change that.

We've already taken away 'their' primary in California by passing a nonpartisan primary system - despite bipartisan opposition.

Now, we have filed our first case and taken it all the way to the doorstep of the Supreme Court asking a simple question:

Should elections serve people, or parties?

But remember, the judges are appointed by partisan legislators. And they won't stand up to the parties without overwhelming public support.

IVP is standing up for our most important right as Americans, against the two most powerful political forces in the world.

Join us.

In 2012 taxpayers gave the political parties over $500 million to fund their primary elections.

You pay for these primaries even if they don't count your votes!  Stop the taxation without representation:

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Straight from The Party Mouths:

Debbie Wasserman Schultz,

DNC Chair

“[Superdelegates] exist really to make sure that party leaders and elected officials don’t have to be in a position where they are running against grassroots activists.”

Curly Haugland

RNC Rules Committee Member

“[I]t doesn’t make any difference what has happened in terms of primary voters, because they don’t count at the convention. It’s only the delegates at the convention whose votes matter.”

Howard Dean,

DNC Superdelegate

"Super delegates don't 'represent people'; I'm not elected by anyone."

Stop the Taxation Without Representation:

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