Democrats are challenging a law that requires candidates belonging to the party of the current governor to be listed first on the ballot.
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On June 28, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf signed SB 48, a budget bill that includes a provision abolishing the straight-ticket device.
Debates included only the Republican and Democratic nominees, even though the Libertarian and Greens also had gubernatorial candidates on the ballot.
Gerrymandering has been used for over two hundred years by political parties jockeying for power to meet ideological and political ends.
Briefs on both sides filed in Georgia Libertarian Party ballot access case that challenges requirements for parties that did’t get 20% of president vote.
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.
On May 9, U.S. District Court Judge William O. Bertelsman, a Carter appointee, granted injunctive relief to the Kentucky Libertarian Party.
The Constitution Party national committee has chosen Charlotte, North Carolina, as the location for its 2020 presidential convention.
Throughout the 187 year history of third party politics in the U.S many parties have risen and fallen and there are numerous examples of third parties.
It’s environmental destruction verses sane management. In fact, currently there are no political parties in any democracy which deny climate change apart from our Republicans.