@donmoyn: These two claims are not inconsistent with one another. People might be willing to overcome higher costs to vote because it’s the only way to fight back. That does not justify voter suppression.

Don Moynihan (@scottsantens) / Twitter

@danileis: “Party primaries disenfranchise the majority of voters. In 80 percent of cases the general election is essentially a foreordained conclusion. Non-major-party candidates are regarded as a ‘waste’ of a vote and can never compete.”

Dani Leis มาลี (mālī) (@AndrewYang) / Twitter

@AndrewYang: When races are decided without ranked choice voting and winners are declared who got 30-35% of the vote as opposed to a majority, it’s a black eye on our democracy. Why accept winners with such low vote shares when a simple process change to RCV would better reflect popular will?

Dani Leis มาลี (mālī) (@AndrewYang) / Twitter

@AndrewYang: Today is primary day in PA, KY, NC, OR and ID! Tell your friends who are there to vote! 😀⬆️🇺🇸

Andrew Yang (@AndrewYang) / Twitter

@RoKhanna: Every worker has the right to organize and join a union.I was proud to vote to guarantee congressional staff the right to unionize. Congratulations to @Congress_Union on this historic victory!

Ro Khanna (@RoKhanna) / Twitter

@AndrewYang: I’ve endorsed @RepMcKinley in West Virginia who voted for the infrastructure bill and the Jan 6 commission. He is running against a Trump-endorsed candidate in the Republican primary today. If you are in WV vote for David McKinley! 👍🇺🇸

Andrew Yang (@AndrewYang) / Twitter