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Independent Politicians articles on Democracy Chronicles
Independent politicians are not connected to a political party. Washington was the only American president elected as an independent, being not formally affiliated with any party. Also see Third Party Central.
It is time for Progressives, Liberals, Moderates, Independents, disillusioned Republicans abandoned by their own party, Democrats of all stripes and varieties, and disaffected voters to rally together and stand up and be counted.
Independent candidate sued the U.S. Virgin Islands elections department to require his name be put on the ballot
The Nebraska petition requirement for non-presidential independent candidates is now unconstitutional
Starbucks longtime boss Howard Schultz is retiring, and many are thinking he may run for president
New York Democratic Party delegates tabled a resolution that would have allowed independent voters in primaries
The ballot-qualified Reform Party of New York held its state convention on Sunday, May 20.
In a partisan political environment, independent or unaffiliated voters now represent the largest voting bloc
The latest independent bid for U.S. Senate in the state of Indiana could set a major precedent
Survey finds overwhelming support for making it more possible for a third candidate to participate in the presidential debates