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Synonyms for nonpartisan

Synonyms for nonpartisan

a person who is nonpartisan

free from party affiliation or bias

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Instead of choosing fairness and real, nonpartisan reform, legislators pushed through a phony bill masquerading as redistricting reform.
8, there have been many calls to support fact-based, nonpartisan journalism.
The nonpartisan category includes the county's almost 43,500 unaffiliated voters, plus minor parties.
The online voter guide allows users to evaluate and compare nonpartisan information on candidates and ballot measures so they can make voting decisions with a full understanding of what their votes mean, more quickly and easily than ever before.
BEIRUT: The March 14 coalition is proposing the formation of a nonpartisan government that would exclude all major political parties in a bid to break the two-month-long Cabinet deadlock, former Prime Minister Fouad Siniora said Sunday.
The nonpartisan group, headed by former LDP Secretary General Makoto Koga, visits the shrine every year on the occasions of its spring and fall festivals as well as for the Aug.
Officials with the Los Angeles County Registrar's Office said they are addressing the problem, which has affected about 3,000 so-called "crossover" nonpartisan voters.
Judges up for retention must meet with a judicial performance review commission (appointed similarly to the nonpartisan selection commission) to evaluate their performance.
Candidates who will file with the secretary of state's office include those seeking federal, state and district offices and nonpartisan judicial scats in the May 23 preferential primary election and nonpartisan judicial general election.
High School: Notre Dame Academy Relationship status: Single Leadership roles: Founder and director of Equality Fauquier/Culpeper, a nonpartisan group advocating for gays in northern Virginia; volunteer for People of Faith for Equality in Virginia, a pro-gay religious organization
The plan is to "educate buyers in a nonpartisan and independent way," said Hugh Rushing, CMA executive vice president.
The full report on nonpartisan political Websites, Pioneers in Online Politics: Nonpartisan Political Web Sites in the 2000 Campaign, is available at www.
Understanding Social Security: The Issues and Alternatives, the comprehensive, nonpartisan analysis that the AICPA released in 1998, is being updated to provide policymakers the same thoughtful discussion of options for reforming Social Security that was available to them during the last major congressional debate on Social Security.
We are not nonpartisan because we are afraid of government retribution and certainly not because we are worried about our nonprofit status.
The construction industry surpasses all other industries in New York City in providing a ladder into the middle class for workers with limited formal schooling," said James Parrott, deputy director of the Fiscal Policy Institute, a nonpartisan research and education organization that focuses on fiscal, economic and labor market issues, wrote the report's strategic plan.