Pennsylvania holds statewide partisan elections for judicial offices on November 7, 2017. Voters will be asked to vote for four candidates for Superior Court, which is a statewide office. The Green Party petitioned for Jules Mermelstein for that office, and … Continue reading
On August 4, the U.S. Supreme Court asked the Minnesota Secretary of State to file a response brief in Minnesota Voters Alliance v Mansky, 16-1435. This is the case over Minnesota’s law that bans any clothing or badges that has … Continue reading
Although the Green Party is not ballot-qualified in Utah, it has nominated Brendan Phillips for the special U.S. House election in the Third District. His write-ins will be tallied.
The Utah Republican special congressional primary of August 15 was won by John Curtis, Mayor of Provo, Utah. However, he was not the party’s endorsed choice. On June 17, the Republican Party had held an endorsements convention which chose former … Continue reading
On August 11, Thomas E. Palzer and his organization Foundation to Stop Top Two filed a proposed constitutional initiative with the California Attorney General. Here is the text. It would return California to the system used between 2001 and 2010. … Continue reading
California holds a special election on October 3 to fill the vacant 51st district Assembly seat. The seat is in central Los Angeles. Here is the list of the 13 candidates who will be on the ballot. There are ten … Continue reading