- CNN's Gary Tuchman talks to Omar Ali and Ana Navarro about voting habits and race in politics. (CNN VIDEO) - see below
- Dr. Ali on CNN August 25, 2012 VIDEO (CNN WITH DON LEMON) Dr. Omar Ali, UNC-Greensboro professor and director of IndependentVoting.org, with Ana Navarro, Republican strategist, on CNN with Don Lemon August 25, 2012 - see below
Can Independent Voters Gain Power and Create Change? (By Jacek Popiel, IVN.us) Today we have the problems, the discontent and a large mass of neglected voters, but as of yet, little response.
Taking the Politics Out of Redistricting (Or Not) (Tucson Weekly) 3 to 4:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 20; $100 donation. The seminar is in Phoenix, and in Tucson via videoconferencing.
THE PARTIES VERSUS THE PEOPLE
Mickey Edwards On Democracy's 'Cancer' (NPR/ Fresh Air from WHYY - with COMMENTS) Edwards says party primaries are a major reason why Congress consists of politicians who are committed to sticking with a particular ideology and are unwilling to compromise. The most ideological and partisan candidates tend to succeed in party primaries, Edwards says.
Third-party quandary (Written by Craig Lyons, Portland ME Daily Sun) The biggest influence of third parties is the impact they can have on the dialogue and policies of the two major parties, according to Schmidt.
CNN's Gary Tuchman with Omar Ali and Ana Navarro
CNN's Don Lemon with Dr. Omar Ali and Ana Navarro