Video News Release: Primary Election Reform Options
VIDEO NEWS RELEASE from the Platte Institute
Contact: Adam Weinberg
New podcast: Nebraska’s “Primary Problem”
Electoral reforms to make primaries more competitive
OMAHA, NE — The vote total for the winning candidate in Nebraska’s recent Republican gubernatorial primary equaled just more than 7% of registered voters. Election policy expert Tyler Fisher from Unite America joins Jim Vokal to discuss how the structure of primaries impacts voter representation and the quality of governing on the latest episode of the Nebraskanomics podcast available at PlatteInstitute.org.
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