• Nevada Green Party Ballot Access Drive

    David Curtis is in Las Vegas today. Greens are setting up a Southern Base at

    817 S. Main St. 8am to 5pm

      in downtown Las Vegas to secure ballot access for the Nevada Green Party and then the Green Presidential candidate, likely to be Jill Stein of Boston.

  • California Uber Alles

  • Two Choices

    "I do not recognize a government as legitimate that only allows two choices for a given office." -David Curtis

  • David Curtis Skypes with GPCA General Assembly

  • email to Michael Miller, assistant to Assemblymember Levine

    Hi Michael,

    I am concerned that it seems there is no minimum voter participation requirement in the state constitution/election law. In other words I am unaware if state law requires a minimum number of votes cast before an election is considered valid.
    If this is true, then perhaps a minimum should be set, similar to a quorum requirement when voting in formal groups.
    I bring this up because we have seen a reduction in voter participation. I feel once voter participation falls below some percentage, the election results no longer reflect the will of the people.
    I don't know how one can say the will of the people is reflected in a 13.1% participation as did just occur in Los Angeles County.
    Would the Assemblymember please consider establishing some minimum participation requirement?
    I'm not sure what that minimum should be. I would say 51% but that seems a difficult number to obtain given voter #s currently.
    Personally, I do not consider this election valid given the low participation, but it seems state law does not yet address this issue.
    If it does, perhaps your office can point it out to me.

    David Curtis

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