Delaware House Bill 10, which would have outlawed fusion, failed to pass, and the legislature has now gone home for the year.
No Democrat will be on the November ballot this year for US Senate in Indiana. The only two candidates listed will be a Republican and a Libertarian. This is the eleventh time in the last 16 years in which one … Continue reading
In April 2006, the Alabama legislature passed HB 51, which was intended to move the presidential primary from June to February. However, the bill was drafted so that it actually moves the primary for all office, not just president, to … Continue reading
The Ohio Secretary of State’s office has determined that both the Green and Libertarian Party gubernatorial candidates have enough valid signatures on their petitions. Each needed 5,000 valid signatures and turned in double that amount. Each will have the label … Continue reading
Pennsylvania HB 2830, which sets a cap on the number of signatures required for statewide minor party and independent candidates (45,000) passed the State House Government Committee on June 29. The bill has other unrelated provisions, and would take effect … Continue reading
On June 29, Bill Scheuer, the Moderate Party candidate for U.S. House, Illinois 8th district, sued the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, and various individuals, for fraud. Scheuer had laboriously collected 13,000 signatures to get on the November ballot. Since the … Continue reading