New Hampshire House Election Law Committee Defeats All Bills to Improve Ballot Access

On February 13, the New Hampshire House Election Law Committee defeated all bills that would have eased ballot access. The vote was 20-0 in some cases, and 18-2 in other cases. The committee also defeated bills to use Ranked Choice Voting or Approval Voting.

The ballot access bills were: HB 1479 would have let small qualified parties nominate by convention; HB 1239 would have let voters sign multiple petitions to create new parties; HB 1448 would have made it easier for a party to remain on the ballot; HB 1568 would have allowed a group to become a qualified party by persuading at least 1% of the registered voters to register into that new party. Thanks to Darryl Perry for this news.


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New Hampshire House Election Law Committee Defeats All Bills to Improve Ballot Access — 1 Comment

  1. WHAT ELECTION LAW *REFORM* IS NOT A THREAT TO INCUMBENT ROBOT PARTY HACK GERRYMANDER OLIGARCHS ???

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