The Chair

November 7, 2011 at 12:28 am Leave a comment

New York is one of just a few states that allow third parties to list major party candidates on their ballot lines. How does this affect the balance of power at the local level? Read this 2008 profile of the Chair of Westchester County’s Independence Party to find out. From Westchester Magazine.

Photo: Giulio Cavallo (Westchester Magazine).


Entry filed under: News and investigative, Newspapers and magazines.

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