Ballot Access News: Congressional Bill to Mandate Top-Two Primary System for All U.S. House Elections

(The following was originally published in Ballot Access News.)

Congressman John K. Delaney (D-Maryland) has introduced HR 5334, to require all elections for U.S. House to use the top-two system. The bill also mandates that election day in November would be a federal holiday, but the bill does not require primary voting day in each state to be a holiday, nor does the bill set up a national primary day.

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