Over 15% Calif. Voters Have No Plans To Vote In Election For First Open Senate Seat In 24 Years
A new poll released by USC Dornsife and The LA Times shows that over 15 percent over California voters have no plans to vote in the Senate race this election cycle, likely as a result of a one-party contest that resulted from the state’s jungle primary.
A jungle primary is a system where candidates, regardless of party, can run against one another and more than one person from each party can participate. However, only the top two vote winners go on to the general election regardless of party. Democrat against a Democrat or a Republican against a Republican can happen. Louisiana also has a jungle primary – READ MORE