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Nonpartisan elections for NYC?

"Staff members of a commission looking at the future of elections in New York City will recommend dramatic changes, including a move to nonparty elections and a fast timetable that will make the changes effective either in time for the 2005 elections or, at the latest, four years later."

Panel Staff to Urge Big Change in How Elections Are Handled, New York Times. (thanks to Taegan Goddard's Poltical Wire for the link.)

Comments

iF Nonpart(isan) Elections takes away the monopoly control of the Democrats over our New York city, so be it. If in addition it treats third party like the two major party then I strongly support it.