Web primary aims to find third option for president
Millions raised to secure ballot access
Every statistical indicator shows historic lows for American confidence in government, the economy, and the major political parties. Washington is hopelessly paralyzed by partisanship. Into the maelstrom has stepped a well-funded bipartisan group of activists and political professionals with plans to give voters a third choice for president in 2012, a candidate to be chosen through a national nominating process on the Internet and who will be pre-qualified for the ballot in all 50 states.