Restores Voter Choice
Amendment Three eliminates the pick-a-party primary, giving voters the freedom to pick the person, not the party.
Clears Legal Hurdles
Amendment Three let the parties control their own nomination processes and protects party control of their name on the ballot.
Amendment Three combines the primary and general elections, reducing both election administration and campaign costs.
Because candidates need a majority of votes to be elected, they need to do what is best for everyone, not just special interests.
Because candidates need second choice support from other candidates' supporters, they avoid mudslinging and personal attacks. Campaigns focus on the issues and candidates sometimes work together to win each others' voters.