John Opdycke is president of Open Primaries, a group that wants to force the Democrats and Republicans to allow everyone to vote in their primaries, rather than the closed system that’s been in place for years. I asked him why it would make a difference, how he’s going to get them to change a system that keeps them in power, and whether such reform would have more impact on presidential or statewide primaries.

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