On September 14, a lower state court struck down Missouri’s new law, which requires voters to show government-issued photo ID before voting at the polls. Jackson Co. v State of Missouri, Cole Co. Dist. Ct. 06AC-CC587.
The Vermont Libertarian Party has 7 candidates for the State House of Representatives this November. Five of them also tried to win major party nominations at the September 12 primary. Four of them managed to do so: Bob Wolffe, David … Continue reading
At the New York primary on September 12, allies of Lenora Fulani recruited thousands of candidates to run for Independence Party county committees in each borough of New York city. It appears that enough of them were elected, so that … Continue reading
On September 15, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court said it will hear the Green Party’s case over whether 67,070 or 15,494 signatures are needed this year for a statewide minor party or independent candidate petition. It all depends on whether the … Continue reading
Charlie Morrison, the independent candidate for US House in Ohio’s 15th district, has a hearing in the 6th circuit set for September 20. He had enough valid signatures but was still kept off the ballot because he had voted in … Continue reading
The New Mexico federal judge who is handling the Libertarian Party ballot access case has cancelled the hearing set for Monday, Sep. 18. Instead she will issue a ruling on September 18, based on the written briefs. The Libertarian Party … Continue reading