According to this story, Tom Barrow, a candidate for Mayor of Detroit, says he doesn’t think Mike Duggan is eligible to be a write-in candidate for Mayor of Detroit. Barrow is wrong. The filing deadline for declared write-in candidates still … Continue reading
California AB 1038, by Assemblymember Richard Pan, was scheduled to have a hearing in the Senate Elections Committee on Tuesday, July 2, but the bill’s author has amended the bill so that it is no longer an election law bill. … Continue reading
On July 1, the Sixth Circuit refused to re-hear Libertarian Party of Michigan v Ruth Johnson, the lawsuit over whether Michigan’s sore loser law applies to presidential primaries.
On June 27, the Washington, D.C., City Council passed B20-0245 on consent. It has a final reading on July 10, but since it passed First Reading on Consent, it is considered virtually passed. It repeals the ban on out-of-district petition … Continue reading
See this story about the Centrist Party and its founder, Professor Charles Wheelan of Dartmouth. The story also includes an interview with Ken Block, founder of Rhode Island’s Moderate Party, which is ballot-qualified in Rhode Island. … Continue reading
Ballot Access News June 1, 2013 – Volume 29, Number 1 This issue was printed on white paper. Table of Contents SIXTH CIRCUIT RULES THAT SORE LOSER LAWS APPLY TO PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARIES CALIFORNIA ASSEMBLY PASSES TWO BILLS TO LIMIT CHOICES … Continue reading