Oklahoma Legislature Adjourns Without Passing Ballot Access Bill

On May 25, the Oklahoma legislature adjourned for the year, without having passed HB 1058. The bill would have lowered the number of signatures for newly-qualifying parties. It passed both houses, but each house passed a different version, and the conference committee never met to reconcile the differences.

4 comments

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  2. I wonder if he had won a majority of the votes and if it was the only primary permitting Democratic presidential candidates, whether they would have reported it in their newsletter or allowed any other coverage? After all, he would be in the “top two”.

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