Independents from around the country responded to the CSPAN broadcasts by calling our offices and visiting the IndependentVoting.org website. Here are just a few of those people who shared their passion for changing the system.
was so excited when she viewed the conference on CSPAN that she went to o
ur website to watch videos from prior conferences. Tanya is a public school teacher who recently moved to Fredericksburg, Virginia.
"I had to involve myself with IndependentVoting.org because it is not enough to just understand how important and valuable my vote counts as an independent, but to actively engage in real change that can lead to reform so that EVERY unique individual's voice and vote can be counted without having to align ourselves with the current state of dysfunction within our government impacted by partisanship."
Tanya has joined Virginia's independent group,
dent Voters Association
Barbara Mannix, a retired business owner in Ft. Myers, Florida recorded the CSPAN coverage she watched and showed it to a
number of her friends. "I have been searching for your organization," she said. Barbara is a member of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Ft. Myers and plans on setting up a program with her church's humanist group.
Leisa Moseley of Las Vegas, Nevada is a political activist and a leading voice on behalf of women and juvenile justice. Leisa was inspired to contact the IndependentVoting.org office after viewing the panel discussion that included Dr. Lenora Fulani. "Dr. Fulani is my hero," Leisa said. "I'm quite excited about this journey and looking forward to connecting with Catana Barnes of Independent Voters of Nevada."