New ad highlights loss of voting for independents

A new ad campaign points out that 33 percent of Arizona voters will be denied the right to vote in the presidential primary unless the Democratic party opens up its primary to them. The ad will call for the party to open up its primary to independents. Democratic Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes and Cathy Stewart, Vice President of National Development for IndependentVoting.org join us to talk about this issue.

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Cathy Stewart, Vice President of National Development for IndependentVoting.org
Adrian Fontes, Democratic Maricopa County Recorder

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