“For independent voters, California lawmakers seek to end ballot confusion”

John Myers for the LAT:

In the days leading up to California’s primary three years ago, the complaints from unaffiliated independent voters started pouring in. They were promised they could vote in the closely watched Democratic race for the White House, but were handed a ballot without any presidential candidates.


That shouldn’t happen again next year, if a new proposal making its way through the Legislature has its intended effect.

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