Press "Enter" to skip to content

Posts tagged as “Kansas Reform Party”

Kansas Secretary of State Makes it More Difficult for a Party to Remain on the Ballot; Removes Reform Party

From Ballot Access News, June 14, 2013:

Kansas Secretary of State Re-Interprets Law to Make it More Difficult for a Party to Remain on the Ballot; Removes Reform Party

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach recently re-interpreted Kansas election law section 25-302b, the law that determines how a party remains on the ballot.… Read more ...

KS: Libertarian and Reform Parties Aim for Major Party Status

From the Kansas City Star via TPID:

With so many citizens fed up with both Democrats and Republicans this year, third-party candidates in Kansas hope protest votes will push them into the big leagues.

Some observers think the Libertarian or Reform parties have a real chance of winning 5 percent of the vote statewide, which would give them major-party status in the state and more access to debates.

Read more ...

Kansas Reform Party moves to place Chuck Baldwin on the ballot

Richard Winger reports over at Ballot Access News.

The ballot-qualified Kansas Reform Party held its state convention back on May 31, and nominated candidates for office, including presidential electors pledged to Chuck Baldwin for president. On June 27, the party turned in the paperwork for these nominations.

Read more ...