Ballot Access News This week the Ohio Libertarians filed this brief in State ex rel Fockler v Husted, 2016-1863. This the case that says the Gary Johnson vote for president in Ohio had the effect of creating a new ballot-qualified party.
Ballot Access News On December 22, the Ohio Supreme Court asked the Secretary of State to respond to the Libertarian Party’s new ballot access lawsuit. This is the case that argues because the Libertarian Party presidential nominee, Gary Johnson, got over 3%, the party should be recognized. The response is due December 27. The case … Continue reading Ohio Supreme Court Asks Secretary of State to Respond to New Ohio Libertarian Party Lawsuit
Ballot Access News The Columbus Dispatch has this story about the new lawsuit filed by the Ohio Libertarian Party in State Supreme Court. The new lawsuit notes that Gary Johnson received more than 3% of the vote for president in Ohio last month. The suit is based on a part of the election code that … Continue reading Columbus Dispatch Story on New Ohio Libertarian Party Ballot Access Lawsuit
Ballot Access News On October 26, the Ohio Libertarian Party filed this cert petition in the U.S. Supreme Court. The case is Libertarian Party of Ohio v Husted, 16-580. It argues that the 2013 revision of the ballot access laws for newly-qualifying parties is unconstitutional. The case has two main issues: (1) whether it is … Continue reading Ohio Libertarian Party Asks U.S. Supreme Court to Evaluate 2013 Ballot Access Law