Libertarian Candidate and Lawyer Marc Victor talks about key Independent voters of Arizonaby Dee Dee Garcia Blase on Oct. 01, 2012, under 2012 Arizona Elections, 2012 United states senate races, Independent voter centrist moderate swing vote, Women Voters
I’m glad he is raising awareness with regard to “us” — the key independent voter bloc of Arizona. God knows I’m an independent voter for life in light of the crud we have seen with partisanship that is ruining our Nation.
Since this Senate seat was last open in 2006, the percentage of Arizonans who are registered independents has increased by 360,322 voters, or 54 percent. That compares with growth of 176,945 voters, or 9 percent, for all parties combined. There are now 1 million Arizona voters who identify with no party and 2 million who are party-affiliated.
How do you explain this trend toward rejection of organized political parties?
I don’t see this trend as a rejection of organized political parties. Although rejecting organized political parties may be a good idea, I see this trend more as a rejection of both the Republican and Democrat parties. This rejection of both the Republicans and the Democrats is with good reason and fully justified. To put it bluntly, both the Republicans and Democrats have completely failed Arizonans and all Americans. FULL STORY >>>