By Jim DeFede

Jim DeFede focused on Amendment 3, which is dubbed “All Voters Vote.”

Amendment 3 is one of the more controversial amendments on the ballot as it would open up the state’s primary system.

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Right now, only registered Democrats can vote in Democratic primaries and only Republicans can vote in Republican primaries.

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As a result, at least 3.5 million voters who have no party affiliation are left out of the process.

Amendment 3 would allow all registered voters to vote in primaries for state legislators, governor and cabinet. And the two highest vote getters – regardless of what party they may be in – would advance to the general election.

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DeFede interviewed Steve Vancore, a political campaign consultant and one of the leaders behind the group All Voters Vote, and Sean Shaw, a former Democratic state representative who leads the group People Over Profits.

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