How To Fix Proposition 14

Here are my ideas to keep top two.

1. Give voters a chance to have a write-in vote.

2. Use presidential elections as an indicator if a political party has popular support to be an official political party in California.

3. Truth in advertising, candidates would be required to have accurate ballot affiliation statements such as saying they are a Republican when they are really a Democratic Party member. We want voters to have accurate information about their candidates. If political candidates want to run outside the party then they could use statements like Progressive Independent or One Nation Conservative to identify their ideology.

We keep third parties alive and offer voters a choice if they do not like the top two choices in the 2012 primary.

If we fail in appealing proposition 14, we should learn to make the system hospitable for all of us.

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