Apr 04 2012

Oklahoma Ballot Access Bill Shows Signs of Life

Source: Ballot Access News

Oklahoma has two-year legislative sessions. Last year, the Oklahoma House overwhelmingly passed HB 1058, to ease the number of signatures for newly-qualifying parties, but for an entire year, the bill has not made any headway in the Senate. However, it appears the Senate Rules Committee will hear it on April 4, Wednesday, late in the day. The Senate Rules Committee Chair, Senator Rob Johnson, apparently supports the bill. Thanks to Richard Prawdzienski for this news.

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