Home Archive for category "Uncategorized"
formats

New Louisiana Registration Data

The Secretary of State has released current registration data. It shows: Democratic 46.25%; Republican 28.01%; Libertarian .39%; Green .072%; Reform .048%; independent and other 25.23%. The percentages just prior to the November 2014 election were: Democratic 46.79%; Republican 27.69%; Libertarian .36%; Green .069%; Reform .049%; independent and other 25.05%. Thanks to Randall Hayes for the

(More)…

formats

New West Virginia Registration Data

The West Virginia Secretary of State has released new voter registration data: Democratic 48.70%; Republican 29.08%; Libertarian .18%; Green (Mountain) .134%; independent and other 21.89%. Just prior to the November 2014 election, the West Virginia percentages were: Democratic 50.61%; Republican 29.45%; Libertarian .15%; Green (Mountain) .129%; independent and other 19.65%. Thanks to Michael for the

(More)…

formats

Women’s Equality Party of New York Files List of Officers and Bylaws

On July 2, the Women’s Equality Party of New York filed its bylaws and a list of its interim officers. See them here. The party became ballot-qualified on November 4, 2014 by polling over 50,000 votes for Governor. Thanks to Mike Drucker for the link. Here is a news story about the filing. There is

(More)…

formats

Fox News Still Hasn’t Said Which Polls it will Use for August 6 Republican Presidential Debate

According to this story, Fox News has refused to say (so far, anyway) which polls it will use to determine invitations for its August 6 Republican presidential debate. The story shows that the Fox description of which polls it will use is vague. Fox implies that there are only five nationally recognized polling companies, but

(More)…

formats

Wisconsin Bill Signed that Clarifies When to Count Write-Ins

On July 2, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker signed SB 121. Wisconsin already permitted write-ins and already said that they should be counted for candidates who had filed a campaign finance report. But, except for presidential write-ins, the old law did not specify a deadline for such a campaign finance report to be filed. The bill

(More)…

formats

Nevada State Court Rules Judicial Recall Petition Has Enough Valid Signatures

On July 2, a Nevada trial court ruled that a petition to recall a particular state judge in Las Vegas has enough valid signatures. The judge who is being recalled will appeal to the State Supreme Court. Nevada recalls for local office require the signatures of 25% of the last vote cast for that office.

(More)…