There will be an Executive Committee teleconference on Tuesday, August 8.
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The meeting is being called to discuss whether to sign on as an amicus in Husted v.… Read more ...
On June 22, 2016, there was a Libertarian Party Executive Committee meeting to discuss the following issues:
- Increasing the Illinois encumbrance from $50,000 to $70,000.
- Authorizing the LNC to join as an amicus in the Ohio ballot access case.
- Potentially authorizing an encumbrance for Maine to support them getting voter registrations before the July 12 deadline.
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On April, 2016, there was a Libertarian Party Executive Committee meeting to discuss the issue of encumbering funds for Ohio ballot access. Please note that there was an message to the delegates from Ohio Executive Committee Vice-Chair Scott Pettigrew posted by IPR here.
Scott Pettigrew and Ed Marsh of Ohio were in attendance.… Read more ...
A message from Scott Pettigrew of the Libertarian Party of Ohio (Executive Committee Vice Chair)
To the delegates:
As you probably know, the Libertarian Party of Ohio has so far been barred from the ballot during the 2016 election cycle, due to the enactment of SB193 (“The John Kasich Re-election Protection Act”).… Read more ...
From the Telephone Flash Mob organization page:
Members of the Rhode Island Medical Cannabis Community are supporting and promoting a massive call-in campaign to officials across the State of Rhode Island to firmly state that we will not tolerate the extreme, regressive taxation of a life-saving drug. In the spirit of civil disobedience and peaceful protest, we are asking Rhode Islanders to flood the switchboards of the Statehouse, House & Senate Leadership, as well as your local State Representatives and Senators.… Read more ...
The Associated Press reports that “a recent court filing showed the Ohio Republican Party’s legal bills in the challenge to 2014 Libertarian gubernatorial candidate Charlie Earl are nearly $600,000 — nearly double the amount previously disclosed.”
The state GOP said in March that payments to the law firm of Zeiger, Tigges & Little for the disqualification effort totaled $300,000.… Read more ...
Posted to cleveland.com
Ohio legislature passes new ballot-access rules for minor political parties; Libertarians promise lawsuit
By Jeremy Pelzer
COLUMBUS, Ohio – State lawmakers on Wednesday passed new ballot-access requirements for Ohio’s minor political parties, overcoming bipartisan criticism that the changes would block third-party participation in next year’s elections.
While the new rules would lower existing thresholds for minor parties to get and stay on the ballot, opponents say the bill is designed to help Gov.… Read more ...
Found on the Libertarian Party of Ohio’s website
Up-to-the-minute SB 193 news will appear here until further notice, so check back often
Latest SB 193 UPDATE:
COLUMBUS (Tue., Oct, 7 at 1 p.m.)
The Ohio Senate has passed SB 193, just a couple of hours after it made it out of committee.… Read more ...
(From left) Green Party congressional candidate Bob Hart, joined Sherry Clark, Charlie Earl and other Libertarians October 1 at the State House for a Senate hearing on Senate Bill 193
photo: Lorn Mullenix
Found in The Columbus Free Press
By Bob Fitrakis, October 3, 2013
Ohio Republican Senator Bill Seitz (District 8) is at it again.… Read more ...
Richard Winger from Ballot Access News has alerted us to a hearing to be held tomorrow in Ohio.
Ohio Legislative Hearing on Bill to Remove Minor Parties Set for Wednesday, September 25
The Ohio Senate Government Oversight and Reform Committee will hear SB 193 on Wednesday, September 25, at 1:30 p.m.
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