Tuesday, August 12, 2003

"California follows the 'randomized alphabet' process for all its elections, with the goal of ensuring fairness in the placement of candidates' names.

The procedure was established in 1975 after courts ruled that standard alphabetical order or incumbent-first placement was unconstitutional because undecided voters have a 5 percent positional bias, according to the California secretary of state's Web site. "



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