A poll of nonpartisan voters in Nevada finds that three Democratic presidential candidates beat President Donald Trump in a hypothetical general-election matchup.
Nonpartisan voters say they are fed up with political polarization, and are searching for moderate candidates and solutions to the issues they care about.
Political consultants and academics disagree about how to reach out to nonpartisan voters, but concur that engaging this fast-growing segment of the electorate is key to success at the polls.
Independent New Hampshire voters attending a convention held by the group No Labels discussed with the Review-Journal their reasons for not affiliating with a major political party.
Nonpartisan Nevada voters have grown by nearly 90 percent in the last decade, outpacing both Republicans and Democrats; they are sought after by both parties as they plan 2020 campaign strategies.
Independent voters will be pivotal in the 2020 presidential election, and everyone is looking for clues as to how they may vote nearly a year from today.
The Review-Journal is embarking on a yearlong series dedicated to exploring the voices of nonpartisan and independent voters who comprise the political middle in America.