Dr. J. David Gillespie, a former professor and vice president of academic affairs at Presbyterian College, teaches political parties and third-party politics at the College of Charleston. He authored two books on third parties, more recently Challengers to Duopoly: Why Third Parties Matter in American Two-Party Politics. Though Gillespie's article focuses on ballot access inequity in South Carolina, this systemic problem is just as pervasive in Georgia.
From TheState.com - February 23, 2015
Retrieved March 2, 2015
Choice lies right at the heart of democracy. Democracy empowers citizens to enter a free marketplace of ideas and choose from an array of candidates, parties, issue positions, policy alternatives and proposals for reform. It warms many Americans’ hearts to think that democracy is among this nation’s precious exports, its gift to the world.Read more