The Democratic primaries this year for Secretary of State in both Alabama and Massachusetts both may be interesting to friends of minor political parties. In both primaries, pro-minor individuals will try to unseat veteran Secretaries of State. In Alabama, Ed … Continue reading
Rick Jore, former Constitution Party state representative from Montana, is likely to be in a two-way race with the Democratic incumbent who unseated him (in a virtual tie) in November 2004. It seems likely the Republicans won’t run anyone in … Continue reading
New Mexico’s House Bill 453, which would have moved the petition deadline for the nominees of qualified minor parties from mid-July to early June, failed to pass, and the legislature has now adjourned.
Jay Fisher, who had hoped to be the first US House candidate on the ballot in Georgia from a party other than Democratic or Republican since 1942, has dropped out. He had hoped to appear as the Libertarian nominee in … Continue reading
On February 16, the 11th circuit ruled that Georgia may not require voters to put their Social Security numbers on voter registration forms. Schwier v Cox, 05-11428. Thanks to Ed Still for the news. … Continue reading
On February 16, the New York Supreme Court in Brooklyn heard arguments in Fulani v McKay, 4444-2006. The issue is whether the state officers of a ballot-qualified party may dissolve the county organizations of a party. In this case, Frank … Continue reading