Prop 14 would allow all voters, whether affiliated with a party or not, to vote in an all-inclusive first round in which every candidate is listed on the ballot with their party preference next to their name.
In attempt to make improvements on which we all agree, Obama confronts a wide ideological division and an opposition that is resolute in that they don't care how bad they make it for the American people.
The contemporary independent political movement is as, or more, volatile than any of its predecessors because the current organization of America's political process is proving inadequate during a crisis.
With eight days to go, and two totally different candidates, how can anyone still be undecided? Turns out, there are lots of different kinds of undecided voters. They don't fall neatly into an easily parodied pigeon hole.