Ballot Access Provisions Dropped from Missouri Omnibus Election Law Bill

On May 10, the Missouri legislature’s conference committee for SB 282 deleted the ballot access improvement part of the bill. The ballot access improvement would have deleted a typographical error from the existing law, which forces petitions to create a new party to list that party’s presidential candidate (if it expects to have a presidential nominee). Supposedly, some members of the conference committee said they were worried that this part of the bill “would help the Tea Party”, if the Tea Party ever expects to become a ballot-qualified party. Thanks to Ken Bush for this news.


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Ballot Access Provisions Dropped from Missouri Omnibus Election Law Bill — 2 Comments

  1. The EVIL party hack robots are super-sensitive to ANY change that might be a threat to their EVIL minority rule gerrymander power.

  2. Ah, the six state Heart Land, Missouri, Kansas, OKlahoma, ARkansas, NEbraska, Iowa, where non Dems and non GOP exists in the shadows and at the margins ……..

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