Hillary Clinton squarely won the democratic nomination. But it’s not just Bernie Sanders supporters who are decrying the flaws in methodology
Voting doesn’t have to be complicated. Just look at Oregon. As Rolling Stone’s Tim Dickinson reported, Oregon has one of the best voting set-ups in the nation: everyone is automatically registered, there are no voter ID laws, you can vote by mail – no lines, no hassles. Ron Wyden has introduced a bill in the US Senate to make those rules national.
Naturally, it has no chance of passing.
We should seriously look at simplifying the whole process and do away with the caucuses, delegates, super delegates, having to register for a party and being forced to only vote in that party, etc.
Source: America’s voting system is broken. It’s time to overhaul it | Trevor Timm | Opinion | The Guardian
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Really wish California – or at least LA can adopt Oregon’s setup