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  • n. Plural form of nonpartisan.

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  • The nonpartisans will be a major factor in determining outcome in the attorney general contest because it's almost a dead heat among nonpartisans.

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  • Before the 1986 island-wide elections, many "nonpartisans" grouped together to create Taiwan's first new political party, the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP).

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  • Before the 1986 island-wide elections, many "nonpartisans" grouped together to create Taiwan's first new opposition political party, the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP).

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  • The conservative governor, whose husband and son are registered in Alaska as "nonpartisans," is deeply unpopular among Democrats, and even 55% of independents would love to have seen the last of her.

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  • A formerly secret Guatemalan military document called "Operation Sofía" describes how assaults against guerrillas sometimes turned into attacks on nonpartisans.

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  • (As of 12: 45 a.m. Wednesday, 10,500 votes separated write-in candidates and Miller, while 20,643 votes separated Miller from McAdams.) "Alaskans have been coming together -- Republicans and Democrats and independents and Greens and AIPs and Libertarians and nonpartisans ... and we are taking our state forward into the future," Murkowski told a crowd of supporters Tuesday night at the Egan Center.

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  • The award is reserved for political consultants, campaigners or advocates under age 35 and went to 15 Democrats, 15 Republicans and 11 nonpartisans.

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  • There are four primary factors that contribute to this broken system: 1. Our two party electoral process disenfranchises independents and nonpartisans -- who according to a September Pew Research poll now constitute 37% of the electorate.

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  • Not printing separate ballots for nonpartisans in each race cut the ballot variations by nearly half, saving money and making it easier on poll workers who hand them out. ...

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  • Our two party electoral process disenfranchises independents and nonpartisans -- who according to a September Pew Research poll now constitute 37% of the electorate.

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