Fighting Back Against Two Party Rule

The Upstate Jobs Party (UJP) has embarked on a lawsuit to curb two-party dominance on ballot. As reported by the Times Union, UJP, an independent political party focused on revitalizing the upstate economy and fixing the two-party system, and the state Independence Party, whose official third party ballot line can play a significant role in local or statewide elections, jointly filed the lawsuit in state Supreme Court in Onondaga County.

“Since forming Upstate Jobs in 2016, we have worked to change a broken political system in New York state so our economy can finally recover and we can reverse the outmigration of our talent.”


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