RESEARCH

Election Administration in America--Partisan by Design (2022)

Jeremy Gruber, John Opdycke, Thom Reilly & Jacqueline Salit. A collaboration between the Open Primaries Education Fund & Arizona State University’s Center for an Independent and Sustainable Democracy

What it Took to Bring Open Primaries to Maine (2021)

Open Primaries Staff

Open Primaries Education Fund's 2020 Independents Report

John Opdycke (President, Open Primaries) & Jeremy Gruber (Senior VP, Open Primaries)

The Nebraska Report, The Myth of the Red State: Policy over Party in the Nebraska State Capitol (2016)

Jeremy Gruber (Senior VP, Open Primaries)

Taxpayer Funding-The Cost of Closed Primaries (2016)

Open Primaries Staff

The California Report, “A Quiet Revolution” The Early Success of California’s Top Two Nonpartisan Primary (2015)

Jason D. Olson, Founder of IndependentVoice.org and Omar H. Ali, PHD., Associate Professor at University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Rose Institute Q & A: California's Top Two Election System (2022)

J. Andrew Sinclair/Rose Institute of State and Local Government, Claremont Mckenna College

Evaluating California’s Top-two Primary & Political Reforms in California (2020)

Christian Grose PhD, Associate Professor of Political Science at USC

Reducing Legislative Polarization: Top Two & Open Primaries are Associated with More Moderate Legislators (2020)

Christian R. Grose, USC Schwarzenegger Institute

Model Top Two Primary Act (2020)

Open Primaries Staff

Polarization and the Top-Two Primary: Moderating Candidate Rhetoric in One-Party Contests (2019)

Steven Sparks, Department of Political Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

California Top Two Open Primary: A Successful Reform (2019)

Charles T. Munger (A USC Schwarzenegger Institute white paper)

Competition and the Top Two Open Primary in Washington State (2019)

Emily Schnurr, a dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Political Science in American Politics Northern Arizona University (May 2019)

California Fact Sheet (2019)

Open Primaries Staff

Structuring Good Representation: Institutional Design and Elections in California (2018)

Sara Sadhwani & Jane Junn/USC

Reflections on the Impact of a Decade of Political Reforms in California (2018)

Kathy Armstrong/California Forward 

Political Reforms in California are Associated with Less Ideologically Extreme State Legislators (2016)

-Christian R. Grose, Assoicate Professor/USC

Winning from the Center: Frank Bigelow and California’s Nonpartisan Primary (2015)

-Andrew Sinclair, California Journal of Politics and Policy

The California Report, “A Quiet Revolution” The Early Success of California’s Top Two Nonpartisan Primary (2015)

Jason D. Olson, Founder of IndependentVoice.org and Omar H. Ali, PHD., Associate Professor at University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

The Adoption of Electoral Reforms and Ideological Change in the CA State Legislature (2014)

 -Christian Grose, Schwarzenegger Institute Report

Open Primaries Education Fund's 2020 Independents Report

John Opdycke (President, Open Primaries) & Jeremy Gruber (Senior VP, Open Primaries)

Let All Voters Vote: Independents and the Expansion of Voting Rights in the United States, Touro Law Review (2019)

Jeremy Gruber (Senior VP Open Primaries), Michael Hardy (Executive VP & General Counsel to the National Action Network) & Harry Kresky (Counsel to IndependentVoting.org)

Independent Voter Fact Sheet (2019)

Open Primaries Staff

Who is Arizona’s Independent Voter? (2015)

By Arizona State University/Morrison Institute for Public Policy.

Real Talk: Understanding Texas Latino Voters Through Meaningful Conversations (2021)

Michael Powell, Ph. D., Cecilia Balli, Ph. D., Betsabeth Monica Lugo, Ph. D. (Texas Organizing Project Education Fund)

Open Primaries & Communities of Color Fact Sheet (2019)

Open Primaries Staff

Arizona Latino Survey: An Appetite for Reform (2015)

By Bendixen & Amandi International

OP Senior VP, Jeremy Gruber testifies before the New Hampshire House Election Law Committee (2022)

In opposition of HB1166, a bill to close New Hampshire’s primaries 

OP Senior VP, Jeremy Gruber testifies before the Wyoming State Corporations Committee (2022)

OP weighs in on the debate happening on Wyoming’s primaries 

OP Senior VP, Jeremy Gruber testifies before the Virginia House Privileges and Elections--Election Administration Subcommittee (2021)

In opposition of HB2278, a bill to close Virginia’s primaries 

OP Senior VP, Jeremy Gruber testifies before the Maryland House of Delegates Ways and Means Committee (2019)

In support of HB26 Baltimore City-Ranked Choice Voting & Open Primaries

OP Senior VP, Jeremy Gruber testifies in PA State Government Committee Hearing on Election Law Legislation (2019)

In support of SB300 Pennsylvania Open Primaries

Open Primaries Veterans Fact Sheet (2019)

Open Primaries Staff

Electoral Competition Fact Sheet (2019)

Open Primaries Staff

Nebraska Fact Sheet (2019)

Open Primaries Staff

California Fact Sheet (2019)

Open Primaries Staff

Independent Voter Fact Sheet (2019)

Open Primaries Staff

Open Primaries & Communities of Color Fact Sheet (2019)

Open Primaries Staff

Reforming Baltimore's Mayoral Elections: How we can increase electoral competition, raise participation & improve political representation (2020)

Christopher Warshaw, The Abell Foundation.

Primary Election Turnout and Reform (2018) see pgs. 12-13

Bipartisan Policy Center

ASU Symposium (2017)

-Open Primaries Education Fund, the Morrison Institute for Public Policy, the USC Schwarzenegger Institute for State and Global Policy and IndependentVoting.org, a national organizing center, hosted a daylong national forum and roundtable on the topic of open primaries

Oklahoma Voter Survey (2015)

Public Policy Polling

The Analysis of Crossover and Strategic Voting (2010)

R. Michael Alvarez (California Institute of Technology) & Jonathan Nagler (University of California, Riverside)

Report: Cities 101-Partisan and Nonpartisan Election–Over three-quarters of all municipalities have nonpartisan elections (2003)

National League of Cities

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