Sunday, March 19, 2017

9th Biennial 2017 National Conference of Independents


Four in ten Voters don’t want to be in a Political Party.


Because Parties have become Special Interests, perhaps the biggest Special Interests of all.

On Saturday, March 18, 2017, Jackie Salit, President of Independent Voting and Author of Independents Rising, will host Crossroads for an Independent America, the ninth biennial National Conference of Independents, convening hundreds of independent Voter Activists and Supporters from the's network in 40 States.

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The Conference will be the largest gathering of Independent Voters in the United States assembled to discuss the Empowerment of Independent Voters and the creation of a new Political culture. On display will be the new Coalitions coming together in this movement, a Discussion of Strategies to expand the movements influence, and Perspectives on the Mid-Term and 2020 Elections.

CLICK HERE to view the six + hours Live-Streamed, of the Conference.

I met new friends and re-connected with old ones.

Sitting next to me was Richard Winger of Ballot Access News. His commentary on the different panels, made me rethink some of my ideas on improving our current not-working process of Voting.

NYC Wins When Everyone Can Vote! Michael H. Drucker
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