Jan 28 2013

Reform Party Plans to Reemerge in 2014 Election

Source: Reform Party

The Reform Party is planning to reemerge as a viable alternative to the incumbent parties in the 2014 election cycle. It has not had enough ballot lines to win a presidential election since it nominated Ralph Nader in 2004 or considerable funding since the 2000 election. Only recently has it put together the necessary infrastructure to move forward.

The Reform Party is growing. During their last convention they added four state parties, bringing their Read more »

Share
Jan 28 2013

Wyoming Ballot Access Bill Advances

Source: Ballot Access News

On January 28, the Wyoming House Revenue Committee passed HB 96, which makes it easier for a party to remain on the ballot. It now goes to the House floor. Current law requires a party to meet the 2% vote test every two years. The bill says that a party only must meet the vote test every four years. Thanks to Don Wills for the information, and also for his hard work bring the bill into existence.

Click here to read Ballot Access News comments on this article

Related Articles:

January 9, 2013: Wyoming State Senate President Opens Legislative Session with an Attack on “Fringe Parties”
January 8, 2013: Ballot Access Bill Introduced in Wyoming

Share
Jan 28 2013

What’s Going On with the Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania?

Source: Independent Political Report

This event page was found on Facebook

By Steve Scheetz and James Babb

Saturday, February 16, 2013
12:30pm until 5:00pm in EST

Libertarians across the state of Pennsylvania, there are not enough counties represented by their own Read more »

Share

Alibi3col theme by Themocracy