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Holding Congress accountable
Jan 9, 2013
If competitive elections are the backbone of our democratic republic, U.S. House elections are the snails: no vertebrae, only a hard, protective shell of their own making. More than 80 percent of members are safe within the shell of one-party districts where they’re never tested by a challenge from the opposing party, and they rarely face a serious primary challenge. READ MORE...
Understanding the Power of Voting in your Primary
Campaign for Primary Accountability on Fox Business News
John Stossel interviews Leo Linbeck, III, and Mark Meckler with the Campaign for Primary Accountability. The primary election is where voters have the most power to change the makeup of Congress. However, few voters participate in primary elections. This segment aired on Fox Business News channel on Thursday, April 12, 2012.