Americans Elect Spent $11,316,047 on Ballot Access in 2010 and 2011

Ballot Access News:

According to the Americans Elect Mission Report, published this year, the organization spent $1,157,723 for ballot access in 2010, and $10,158,324 in 2011. Those total $11,316,047. The report does not have the 2012 figure.

Americans Elect eventually qualified itself in 29 states. The last state in which it qualified was Oregon. It had collected signatures in some states that it never submitted.

The report also says that on June 26, 2012, Americans Elect’s Board of Directors approved a plan of dissolution. The report says the dissolution will be completed by the end of 2012. However, the organization’s ballot status will survive in 2014 in twelve states.

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