From NYT: A Viable Third Party Is Coming, and It’s Starting With a New Jersey Lawsuit
I usually make fun of this stuff, but for once I’ll dispense with the snark.
This is actually an interesting idea! Supporters of multiparty reform don’t have many options, because it takes the two major parties to agree to a reform before it’s realistically viable — either that, or the nascent but still one-off state- and local-level ballot movements we’ve seen in places like NYC, STL, Maine, and Alaska.
But this flips the script: Americans have a fundamental right to free association guaranteed by the First Amendment. This includes the freedom to found parties, and ought to include the freedom of parties to associate with one another on the ballot as they see fit (within reason).
Let’s watch where this one goes!
PS: Yes, I know it’s been a while. Sorry guys, but work’s been crazy lately, and this ain’t my day job. If you REALLY want the Epic Content to keep coming, the best you can do is to upvote and engage — otherwise, I have no way of knowing whether any of this is worth my time. Thanks for your patience and understanding!
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