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It was Marks, acting as a consultant to the state's Libertarian Party, who worked with the Libertarians to highlight what she argues is a flaw with Colorado's new election law, which she adamantly opposed. Marks helped corral an attorney for the
Two state lawmakers scheduled for the first legislative recalls in Colorado history are awaiting another legal wrinkle before facing voters next month. A Denver judge is scheduled to hear a complaint Monday that the recalls against Democratic Sens...
Libertarian mayoral candidate William Russell, who had petitioned previously to be placed on the ballot, submitted petitions Tuesday and today on behalf of Ashley Pryski, Kyle DeGray, Michael Holman, Chandler Alfred Jr. and Cynthia Shook...The group
Barr, a comedian and former star of a hit television show bearing her name, ran for president on the Peace and Freedom party ticket. The party, according to its website, "is committed to socialism, democracy, ecology, feminism and racial equality."
She said they would effectively strengthen the hold of the two major parties on the system, and would create even more influence from special interests and corporations...She held several press conferences around the state, and participated in a
Libertarian Party candidates for president and statewide office will remain on Pennsylvania ballots next month, according to a state judge ruling. Commonwealth Court Judge James Gardner Colins issued an order Wednesday after a two-day court hearing
Independents and voters wanting more of a choice in candidates called on lawmakers on Monday to ease Oklahoma's ballot-access laws, which are regarded as the most restrictive in the country. "Everyone should have a voice," said Donna Bebo of Fletcher,
The Libertarian Party won an important round in a challenge of its nominating papers, boosting the chances that its ticket will stay on the Pennsylvania ballot. A three-judge panel of the state Commonwealth Court ruled 2-1 Thursday that signatures of
Americans Elect will not be on the ballot in November, state Election Board Secretary Paul Ziriax said Wednesday. The agency sought legal advice after it got reports from the national group that conflicted with a group claiming to be the state
Learn about helping out with the Travis County Democratic Party's coordinated campaign efforts...Glenn Frankel, a Pulitzer Prize winner who retired from the Washington Post and is the director of UT's School of Journalism, hosts a discussion of the