Peace and Freedom Party

California's Feminist Socialist Political Party

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2010 Stop Top Two

On June 8, 2010 voters passed Proposition 14, which would replace the June partisan primary elections with the first round of a partly partisan, partly non-partisan "top two" election in which political parties no longer nominate candidates for office.

The Peace and Freedom Party fought vigorously against this ballot measure. We will continue to fight it in the courts if possible, and at the ballot box. Meanwhile, we will also mount a voter registration campaign to meet the new requirement that we must almost double our registration by 2014 to stay on the ballot.

Here are links to all of our website materials from this campaign.

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1 California Enshrines the Duopoly
2 California political parties oppose Prop 14
3 Don't buy the lie
4 The real solution for moderates (and the rest of us)
5 Take action against Prop 14
6 Some Prop 14 election scenarios
7 Prop 14 is the wrong solution to a real problem
8 Protect voter choice! No on Prop 14!
9 More information on Prop 14
10 Talking points on Prop 14
11 No on Prop 14 Theatre
12 Dangerous Proposition to Limit Voters Choices
13 Drop 14 Against Prop. 14
 
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