Should We Abolish The Two Party System In America

by ARP Team Leader
posted on Sunday, May 06, 2012

Poll Background

Currently the vast majority of the states only allow ballot access to only the two major parties, Republicans and Democrats.  Independent 3rd or 4th party's and their candidates are either completely denied ballot access or the States requirements for qualifying and obtaining ballot access are virtually impossible for the party or candidate to achieve.

This practice and  obvious discrimination against Independent party's and candidates is potentially unconstitutional when denying ballot access to candidates having clearly defined and distinct differences of opinions, principals and values from those of Republicans or Democrats. 

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  •   Abolish Two Party Sys for Open Independent Elections
  •   Mandate States Accept Multiple Party Balloting Access
  •   Keep the Current Two Party System






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