According to this story, a new party, the Green Mountain Party, has been organized in Vermont and it expects to be on the ballot in 2016.
On November 25, a 3-judge U.S. District Court declined to postpone the North Carolina primary election, which will be held March 15, 2016. The postponement of the primary had been requested by the plaintiffs in Covington v State. They argue that the legislative districts are invalid. The decision says that the federal court will keep
Florida Republican Party Tells Secretary of State to Print Bobby Jindal’s Name on Primary Ballot, Even Though he Dropped Out
The Florida Republican Party has told the Florida Secretary of State to list 14 candidates on its March 15, 2016 presidential primary ballot. See this story. The list includes Bobby Jindal, even though he withdrew on November 17.
Tennessee holds a presidential primary on March 1, 2016. Presidential candidates’ names appear automatically if the Secretary of State determines that they are discussed in the news media. But candidates for Delegate get on the ballot with a different procedure. For the Republican convention, anyone can appear on the ballot as a candidate for Delegate
According to this story, Congressman Alan Grayson, who represents much of Orlando, Florida, doesn’t believe that Ted Cruz meets the constitutional qualifications to be President. Grayson, a Democrat, says if the Republican Party nominates Ted Cruz, that litigation will result.
The Harvard Crimson, probably the most famous student newspaper in the United States, has this article about Jill Stein. Stein graduated from Harvard.