Independent Voter Project

IVP Talks Top-Two With Opponents on KQED

NPR affiliate in San Francisco KQED invited Chad Peace, counsel for IVP, to discuss the ideals behind California's nonpartisan top-two primary system also known as Proposition 14.

Host John Myers directed the discussion amongst multiple callers including, Eric McGhee, policy fellow at the Public Policy Institute of California and. McGhee is the author of "Open Primaries," a report prepared for the PPIC about the possible impacts of Proposition 14.

Included in the discussion was: Kim Alexander. She is the president and founder of the California Voter Foundation and Michael Feinstein, spokesperson for the Green Party of California and former city councilmember and mayor of Santa Monica.

Listen to the discussion below:


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