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Oklahoma Bill to Ease Initiative Ballot Access Has Hearing February 25

Published on February 23, 2009, by in General.

Oklahoma HB 2246, making it easier to get initiatives on the ballot, will be heard in the House Rules Committee on Wednesday, February 25, at 3 p.m. HB 2246 is the same as SB 852. SB 852 passed the Senate Rules Committee on February 17. Thanks to Richard Prawdzienski for this news.

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  1. etjb

    Good luck on getting some sort of reform passed. Love to hear from anyone who attends the hearing to see what sort of sympathy or support exists.

    Again, if we are really worried about too many candidates then the solution would be incredible simple.

    After a major election, i.e. State Governor, you look at the results; the top six parties would get automatic ballot access. Then set a reasonable flat rate for other parties/Independents and that would keep the ballot from being too cluttered.

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