Chad Peace was interviewed on Ben Swann Radio last week. Ben highlights a key point in the interview describing how closed primary systems can ultimately result in less than 10% of voters participating, as is the case in New Jersey. Consequently less than 5% of the electorate ends up selecting

The legal challenge is being underwritten by a coalition of nonprofit organizations called that seeks to open elections to more voters nationwide and end political gridlock.

They seek to overturn New Jersey primaries claiming they are unconstitutional because they exclude nearly half the state’s voters, who, though they may

Orange County Commissioner Fred Brummer proposes, among other initiatives, that all public offices in the county should be nonpartisan.


Municipal offices, school board and judicial offices are public-trust offices elected by the voters to be served on a nonpartisan basis.

Does the sheriff’s office really have to be partisan?