Count My Vote in the News

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february 16, 2014: the stakes have been raised in the count my vote debate (deseret news)

Utah lawmakers are grappling with many difficult issues, but discussions regarding the political party nomination process have been subdued--until now.


february 14, 2014: parties, pols should cease attacks on initiative process (standard-examiner)

The political leadership of both major political parties in Utah and the members of the Utah State Legislature, as well, need to stop their attacks, both overt and behind the scenes, both subtle and not so subtle, on the initiative process in Utah.

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february 13, 2014: why shut down the marketplace over "count my vote"? (the davis clipper)

As a strong proponent of Count My vote and Freedom of Speech , I ask you to express your gratitude for civic-minded businesses that allow signature gathering in their stores by supporting their Marketplace...of Groceries AND Ideas.


february 13, 2014: backers say count my vote will empower women (salt lake tribune)

Replacing party caucuses with primary elections will empower women voters in Utah, advocates of the Count My Vote initiative said Wednesday. 

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february 11, 2014: women work to eliminate caucus format (UPR)

"We just want to emphasize how important the Count My Vote initiative is to increase the participation of all voters, but particularly women," Norma Matheson said.


february 10, 2014: the problems with caucuses and conventions (the washington post)

Will the parties choose electoral institutions preferred by the most ideologically committed participants, or will they choose institutions that attract a wider and more representative sample of voters?

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