Colorado Will Allow Minor Party Representatives, and Independents, to Join County Canvass Boards

Colorado counties each have a Canvass Board, charged with helping election officials reconcile election data after any election. According to this story, new regulations will allow qualified minor parties to have representatives on county canvass boards, and there is also now a procedure for representatives of independent candidate campaigns. Scroll down to the party of the story headed “Canvass Board Rules.”

4 comments

  1. Are you tired of chasing your tail year after year and seeing zero progress for third parties and independents?

    While receiving far more than 1% of the votes, third parties and independent candidate barely surpass 0% of the total representation in government.

    Now there is a group of diverse people working towards pure proportional representation (PR), under the most mathematically system known; the Sainte-Lague parliament seat distribution system, Hagenbach-Bischoff method.

    That’s when any name receives 1/1001ths (or .999%) plus one vote of the total votes cast, the win one of the 1000 seats. It’s a guaranteed satisfaction level of 99.9% plus 1000 votes that will count in ALL elections of 1000 names.

    To join the cause, contact the US Parliament Party:
    http://usparliament.org/usparliamentparty.php

    Telephone:

    Ralph Beach [Libertarian] – (843) 530-1440
    James Ogle [Free Parliamentary] – (415) 686-1996

    It’s the Libertarian/Free Parliamentary Coalition!

  2. Casual Bystander · · Reply

    Oh gosh Mr. Perot I’m picking the Hoboken Zephyrs to win the fantasy football/parliament league this year! Thanks for stopping by.

  3. citizen1 · · Reply

    What does the American Constitution have to do in this election to remain a major party in CO?

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