Source: Ballot Access News
The Daily Reflector, daily newspaper in Greenville, North Carolina, has this editorial, asking the legislature to pass HB 32, the ballot access reform bill that has already passed the House and which is pending in the State Senate.
The editorial is good, but it might confuse readers, because it implies that the Libertarian Party is not on the ballot. The Libertarian Party is on the ballot because it polled over 2% for Governor in 2008. However, it will go off the ballot in November 2012 if it doesn’t again poll 2% for Governor.
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