Donald Trump supporters have met an official ballot deadline in Texas, paving the way for the business mogul to become a third-party candidate there, a source close to Trump tells The Blaze. Trump himself acknowledged the filing in a statement.Read more »
Resident blogger Ross Levin has penned an article over at Polizeros. His article, which is about the Occupy Wall Street Protests generally, nevertheless manages to touch on a few personalities and parties that are of interest to IPR readers.
Barack Obama’s rhetoric certainly has a populist tone to it these days, but words are cheap. At the same time that he invoked Teddy Roosevelt, Obama Read more »
The Arizona Republic has this news story about the lawsuit filed on December 29 by the Arizona Libertarian and Arizona Green Parties. The lawsuit attacks the new voter registration form, which lists the Democratic and Republican Parties on the voter registration form, but no other parties, even though Arizona has five qualified parties. Read more »
In early 2011, Georgia Secretary of State Brian P. Kemp established an Elections Advisory Council to suggest improvements in Georgia election laws. The Council held public hearings during the spring and early summer of 2011. Members of the public attended these hearings and the issue of ballot access laws came up more often than any other issue. The Council still hasn’t issued its Read more »