Elections

Two-Party System, Same Coin

By Shevone Torres In this climate, the two-party system has morphed into tribalism. Each day it gets more and more “us vs. Them.” Unfortunately, the marginalized communities are the one who suffer.  For us, we already knew what the Republican Party was about: dog whistles, a penchant for lying and blaming people of color for everything wrong, protecting the rich and big companies.  Today, we have people spouting the line…

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Ranked Choice Voting In NJ

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution Heather interviews Craig Cayetano about Ranked Choice Voting, a remarkable voting system that could revolutionize NJ’s elections. Craig Cayetano advocates for a Ranked Choice Voting system. In his role as co-chair of the Green Party of NJ, he educates and organizes around this issue. What is Ranked…

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Ranked Choice Voting In NJ
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Run Like A Woman

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather talks to Madelyn Hoffman and Angela Walker about what it means to run for higher office as a socialist woman. Running as a socialist woman Angela Walker was the Vice Presidential candidate for The Socialist Party in 2016. Madelyn Hoffman ran for the Green Party of…

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Run Like A Woman
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An Attack On Democracy

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Susan Druckenbrod and friend of the show Helen Duda join Heather on the phone. They talk about the unfair and undemocratic election systems in New Jersey and the impact of ballot lines. Ballot Lines Suck At first, Susan talks about party ballot lines. Party lines are designed…

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An Attack On Democracy
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Gerrymandering the Garden State

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution Heather delves into all things gerrymandering in New Jersey and the Country. In the close of 2018, Democratic lawmakers in New Jersey tried a very undemocratic thing. They tried to pass a redistricting bill near the close of session that could alter how New Jersey would draw…

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Gerrymandering the Garden State
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Greens Fight For A More Inclusive Democracy

Press Release Via www.gpnj.org The Green Party of New Jersey takes issue with the Stockton University poll released Monday, October 1st on the U.S. Senate race. It concludes that the race between Senator Menendez and Bob Hugin is a statistical dead heat, but is seriously flawed because of the independent challengers, it only names Libertarian…

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