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Tuesday, 10 December 2013 20:06

As of December 1st our website has crashed and we are working on reloading previous articles.

Sorry for the covariance but we will have it back up and running correctly as soon as possible.


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Federal Judge Halts Greenville GOP Effort to Close Primaries PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 24 August 2013 00:13

This week IndependentVoting.org president Jackie Salit and general counsel Harry Kresky traveled to South Carolina for an important hearing in our case defending open primaries where federal court judge Mary G. Lewis ruled in our favor in litigation pending since 2010.

Here is the press release from our friends at Independentvoting.org

Here is some local coverage of the big win.

This is big news. The GOP have been fighting to close the primaries in South Carolina for some time now. It looks like their efforts to undermine independent voters have been stifled for now.

The Bridge Between Amnesty and Protectionism PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 17 January 2013 18:31

By Kenny Kelly – Independent Writer – Special to Independent Kentucky

On immigration policy, Lew Rockwell of the Mises Institute once said,

"If you give government a job to do, even one that seems justified in the abstract, it will use its power to make a terrible mess in practice."

What does he mean that government would make a mess of things? For starters, government imposes violations of both the Constitution and freedom when it comes to immigration policy.

Republicans believe in protectionism; that the government should know who crosses the border, where immigrants work, what they do in their spare time, etc.

Democrats believe in amnesty; that government should make automatic citizens of those who are already here, never mind the many immigrants who

Did you miss the National Conference of independents? PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 27 March 2013 17:45

Here's a chance to see what happened in NYC for the national Conference of Independents....


More Updates to come soon!

Kentuckians invade NYC in Feb, 2013! PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 30 November 2012 13:53

Every two years, IndependentVoting.org hosts a National Conference of independents. In the hustle of the Big Apple independent leaders and activist from across the country will join together February 16th at NYU’s Skirball Center for the Performing Arts. The independent movement is raising a broad social reform question; should political parties be the singular vehicle for political participation and representation, or do we need new forms of political expression—forms that transfer political power from the parties to the people?

Independent Kentucky leadership has confirmed attendance. Travel plans are still being decided because we are still adding guest to the trip. If you have any interest of going please email us as soon as possible, Thanks.

Registration is open!


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