Oklahoma Bill to Raise Filing Fees Advances

Ballot Access News On April 26, the Oklahoma House passed SB 323, which raises filing fees. The bill also alters the formula for how many signatures are needed in lieu of the filing fee. The number of signatures needed becomes slightly lower for Republicans, slightly higher for Democrats, far higher for Libertarians and any other … Continue reading Oklahoma Bill to Raise Filing Fees Advances

ATPR reboot, Augustus Invictus and related matters

Reboot ATPR is getting another reboot. At the moment I am using it to post Invictus-related articles, since there was some pushback with having so many on IPR. At some point soon I will make them into a compilation article on IPR as has been suggested by Tom Knapp and Jill Pyeatt and then not … Continue reading ATPR reboot, Augustus Invictus and related matters

LP Nevada tells Fascists: Stay Home!

LP Nevada Executive Committee resolves fascists aren't welcome to run for office, show up to LP Nevada events. LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - On Monday, April 10, by unanimous vote, the Libertarian Party of Nevada Executive Committee resolved the following: Whereas the Libertarian Party of Nevada's goal is to run candidates for office, both statewide and … Continue reading LP Nevada tells Fascists: Stay Home!

Pennsylvania State Elections Office Tallies Presidential Write-ins for Three Candidates: McMullin, Sanders, and Kasich

Ballot Access News On December 23, the Pennsylvania state elections office released some information about presidential write-ins. The office says there are 6,472 for Evan McMullin; 6,060 for Bernie Sanders; and 302 for John Kasich. The office says in addition there are 37,242 more presidential write-ins. Anyone who wants more information must visit Harrisburg and … Continue reading Pennsylvania State Elections Office Tallies Presidential Write-ins for Three Candidates: McMullin, Sanders, and Kasich

Democrats Outpoll Republicans in U.S. Senate Races by 10,512,669 Votes, but Republicans Win 22 of the 34 Seats

Ballot Access News The total vote cast for U.S. Senate on November 8, 2016, by party, was: Democratic 51,297,372 Republican 40,784,703 Libertarian 1,788,027 Green 695,604 Working Families 428,854 Conservative 267,186 Independence 150,457 Constitution 124,587 Independent Party of Oregon 59,516 Women’s Equality 45,297 Independent American 27,340 New Independent Party 17,649 Reform 17,781 American 11,923 Unity 9,336 … Continue reading Democrats Outpoll Republicans in U.S. Senate Races by 10,512,669 Votes, but Republicans Win 22 of the 34 Seats

Bernie Sanders, Evan McMullin, and Jill Stein All Set New Records for Write-in Totals in Various States

Ballot Access News In many states, a new record was set this year for write-in presidential candidates. Probably if all states would count all their presidential write-ins, new records would have been set in virtually all states that allow write-ins. Bernie Sanders set records in three states that counted his write-ins: in California he got … Continue reading Bernie Sanders, Evan McMullin, and Jill Stein All Set New Records for Write-in Totals in Various States