Arizona Supreme Court is still to explain why it removed rapper Kanye West from the ballot as independent for president in 2020.
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Independent politicians are not connected to a political party. Washington was the only American president elected as an independent, being not formally affiliated with any party. Also see Third Party Central.
Feb. 22, U.S. Supreme Court revealed it won’t hear Kopitke v Bell, 20-897, the challenge to the NC independent presidential petition.
In order to get on the ballot, a candidate must meet a variety of complex, state-specific filing requirements and deadlines.
States increasingly deciding they will not tally the write-in votes for declared write-in presidential candidates.
On September 8, the Arizona Supreme Court issued a short order saying Kanye West could not be on the ballot as an independent candidate for president.
The complaint says candidates who aren’t Democrats, Republicans or Libertarians face a much tougher time getting their names on the ballot.
As televised impeachment hearings approach, The Hill revisits five instances where past congressional hearings delivered major drama.
Democrats are challenging a law that requires candidates belonging to the party of the current governor to be listed first on the ballot.
On June 28, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf signed SB 48, a budget bill that includes a provision abolishing the straight-ticket device.
Rhonda Brown Fleming sued the Cherokee Nation in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., over whether she should be allowed on the ballot for the June 1.