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Doesn't this violate the associate rights of political parties to choose candidates to represent them in the general election?

No. This measure merely shifts the election function of political parties from one of nomination to one of endorsement. In the Unified Primary, parties still enjoy the unique “fusion voting” privilege of candidate endorsement on the ballot. Parties may set up their own processes and elections to select their endorsees.


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