The Center for Government Studies has issued this 102-page report on California’s Proposition 14, the “top-two” ballot measure on the June 8, 2010 ballot. The study, by Molly Milligan, studies whether Proposition 14 would create more moderate California politicians. The study suggests that the measure would tend to create more moderates in the State Senate.
Donald R. Wright has filed to run for Alaska Governor this year in the Alaskan Independence Party primary. He also ran as that party’s gubernatorial nominee in 1978, 2002, and 2006. See his wiki article here.
The San Luis Obispo Tribune has this op-ed in the April 8 edition, about California’s Proposition 14. It is by Michael Latner, assistant professor of political science at Cal Poly. The title is “California Needs More Moderates.”
Chuck Baldwin, the Constitution Party’s 2008 presidential candidate, has this column endorsing Arizona’s new law concerning law enforcement and immigration.
Constitution Party Sues Kansas over Circulator Residency, and Also over State Ban on Voters Registering Into an Unqualified Party
On April 28, the Constitution Party of Kansas filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court. The case is called Constitution Party of Kansas v Biggs. The complaint has two parts: (1) a challenge to a state law that makes it illegal for out-of-state residents to circulate petitions to create a new party in Kansas; (2)
On April 30, the last day for filing for the Florida primary, billionaire real estate investor Jeff Greene entered the Democratic primary for U.S. Senate. This announcement is a surprise; see this story. U.S. House member Kendrick Meek, a Democrat from Miami, had been thought to be the certain Democratic nominee, but now commentators are