Yesterday evening, Andy Jacobs and I (Paulie) discussed harassment of ballot access petitioners, including Andy’s arrest outside a public library while petitioning to get the Green and Libertarian Parties back on the Maryland ballot. For the first hour of the show we were joined by Maryland Green Party Co-Chair Brian Bittner.… Read more ...
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[Posted by Paulie]
The Maryland Green Party submitted 14,842 signatures and the Maryland Libertarian Party submitted 13,787 signatures towards a requirement of 10,000 valid signatures. The deadline for submitting additional signatures has been extended to March 7:
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The Maryland petition deadline for a party that wishes to obtain, or regain, its qualified status is not until August 2012.
from Ballot Access News
Political Parties Gain Qualified Status in Some States, Lose it in Others
November 2nd, 2010
Here is a partial rundown on whether various minor parties in various states either gained, kept, or lost qualified status, as a result of votes cast on November 2, 2010: [These are based on early returns.
Thanks to Green Party Watch for the Tweet and the headline.
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Natalie McGill reports at Gazette.net:
The mother of Natasha Pettigrew, a Green Party Senate candidate who died Sept. 20 after her bike was struck by a sport utility vehicle, will replace her daughter as the party’s nominee.
Kenniss Henry of Cheverly will run in Pettigrew’s place in the Nov.