During the two weeks, Republicans have filed lawsuits to disqualify various Democratic nominees in Alabama, California and Ohio. Since the ballots have already been printed, and since these lawsuits could have been filed months ago, it is unlikely that courts … Continue reading
A national TV show, the Keith Oberman evening news/politics show on MSNBC, conducted a friendly interview of Loretta Nall, Libertarian write-in candidate for Governor of Alabama, on October 25.
A SurveyUSA poll released on October 24 shows these results for US House in Kentucky’s 4th district: Republican incumbent 46%, Democrat 44%, Libertarian 7%, undecided 3%. A similar poll two weeks ago had showed the Libertarian, Brian Houillion, at 6%. … Continue reading
On October 24, a US District Court invalidated Florida’s law, requiring exit pollsters to remain outside the 100 foot limit at polling places. CBS v Cobb, 06-22463, southern dist.
On October 20, the Detroit News endorsed Libertarian Robert Hutchinson for US House, 7th district. On October 24, the Fort Morgan Times endorsed Reform Party nominee Eric Eidsness for US House, 4th district. … Continue reading
Massachusetts is the only state that automatically prints incumbents first on the ballot. A lawsuit challenging that law, filed in 2004, but dormant since then, is finally coming to life. The case is White v Galvin, Plymouth Co., ca04-427, and … Continue reading