Thursday, November 18, 2010

Education Reform, Open Primaries, Nonpartisan Redistricting -- What Independent Voters Want

INDEPENDENT VOTERS
  • Voices & Viewpoints Fridays at 1 p.m. & 6 p.m. (Denise Franklin, NPR WFDD 88.5) Dr. Omar Ali describes the internal and cultural struggles of Muslim Americans post 911 through observation and personal experiences. In addition, CNN, Telemundo, C-Span 2 and other news outlets frequently seek Dr. Omar Ali as a national expert about the growing movement of people choosing to be Independent voters.

  • host Denise Franklin

    Voices & Viewpoints
    Fridays at 1 p.m. & 6 p.m.









    Join 88.5 WFDD and host Denise Franklin for conversations with local residents who are making or have made an impact nationally - or internationally.

    The Health & Medicine Report keeps you up-to-date on cutting-edge research.

    And you'll hear the viewpoints of our commentators on movies, books, life, and more.

    Voices & Viewpoints is a half hour of radio
    you won't hear anywhere else!
OPEN PRIMARIES
ELECTION REFORM
  • Drawing the lines (Salt Lake City Tribune) The best way to avoid political gerrymandering would be for Utah to create an independent redistricting commission, but Utah legislators have rejected repeated attempts to do that. An initiative petition by a group called the Fair Boundaries Coalition failed this year to get enough signatures to put its proposal for an independent commission before the voters.
BLOOMBERG 2012
COLORADO
NEW YORK
EDUCATION REFORM
LAST WORD

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