The Working Families Party is a third party with a twist, fusion voting.
Fusion voting lets one party (like the WFP) "cross endorses" the same candidate as another party. The votes from each party are tallied separately, but then combined for that candidate's total. It gives voters a way to "vote their values" by voting for the party of their choice without spoiling an election.
And it lets third parties like the WFP demonstrate support for the issues we're fighting for. When votes on the WFP's ballot line help a candidate we've endorsed win, we can hold that politician accountable to working people. Big business has plenty of money and power. Fusion helps us even the score.
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