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British Reformed Sectarian Party polls 33% in two-way Florida Legislative race

Posted at Ballot Access News

Thomas J. Kelly, founder of the British Reformed Sectarian Party of Florida, ran for Florida State House earlier this month, and polled 33.0% of the vote in a two-person race. His only opponent was Republican Dean Cannon. The unofficial vote totals are: Cannon 38,454; Kelly 18,957.

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Libertarian, Constitution Parties are the only nationally organized parties with more legislative nominees in 2008 than in 2006

According to Ballot Access News

The Democratic, Republican, Green, Reform, and Socialist Parties have fewer state legislative nominees on the ballot this year than they did in 2006. However, the Libertarian and Constitution Parties have more legislative nominees on the ballot this year, compared to 2006. Also, the Socialist Workers Party has the same number (one) on the ballot for state legislature this year as in 2006.

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