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Wyoming Ballot Access Bill Advances

Published on January 28, 2013, by in General.

On January 28, the Wyoming House Revenue Committee passed HB 96, which makes it easier for a party to remain on the ballot. It now goes to the House floor. Current law requires a party to meet the 2% vote test every two years. The bill says that a party only must meet the vote test every four years. Thanks to Don Wills for the information, and also for his hard work bring the bill into existence.

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  1. No big surprise. HB 96 died yesterday never having been brought to the floor of the House. HB 96 was one of six out the 200+ House bills that passed out of committee but was killed by this procedure by leadership. Speaker Lubnau and Majority Leader Brown made that decision without giving the House sponsor any reasons.

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