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Barr Files Ballot Access Lawsuit Against Oklahoma

Published on July 17, 2008, by in General.

On July 17, Bob Barr and his candidates for presidential elector in Oklahoma filed a lawsuit against the Oklahoma procedures for qualifying an independent presidential candidate. The procedures are so difficult that they have not been used since 1992. UPDATE: the case number is civ-08-730-R.

7 Responses

  1. Bob Barr should be on the ballot in all 50 states. For those who don’t think he has a chance, I beg to differ. Bob Barr can win this election, just remember a vote for Obama or McCain is a vote against Bob Barr.

  2. And a vote for Barr is a vote AGAINST the principles of the Libertarian Party…


  3. Jonathan

    Arthur in lie sometimes you don’t get what you want but you get what you need. Ruwart lost , come to grips with it and now vote for the Libertartian nominee who is much better than McCain or Obama .

  4. Robert K Stock

    The principles of the LP are, Smaller Government, Lower Taxes and More Freedom.

    Those are the principles of Bob Barr.

    I live in Oklahoma and I am a member of the Republican Party. I hope I get to vote for Bob Barr this November.

  5. Stephen

    I live and vote in South Carolina as an independent, since we don’t have party registration here… Even though I’ve mostly voted for Republicans in the past, I’m definitely going for Barr this time around. I attend college in Oklahoma so I really do hope he gets on the ballot!!!

  6. Kyle

    I was hoping Gravel would win the nomination, but I am stuck in Oklahoma wanting to vote for Cynthia McKinney.

  7. James

    I moved recently from West Virginia to Oklahoma; like Robert, I too am a conservative, and am considering voting for Bob Barr. If he doesn’t get on the ballot, are we capable of writing him in?

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