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Arizona Governor Signs Bill to List Vice-Presidential Nominees on Arizona Ballot

Published on April 28, 2011, by in General.

On April 27, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signed HB 2335. It says that vice-presidential nominees’ names should be printed on November ballots. As a result, North Dakota is the only state which does not print the names of vice-presidential nominees on November ballots.

HB 2335 had started out as a bill to also delete the names of presidential elector candidates from the November ballot, but the idea of removing the names of presidential elector candidates from the ballot faced political opposition. Many candidates for presidential elector, for the major parties, are state legislators, and they apparently enjoy seeing their names on the ballot in their role as presidential elector candidates.

2 Responses

  1. Demo Rep

    What ever caused ANY State to NOT list VP candidates — a mere heartbeat from being a Prez ???

    How many Prezs have died in office ???

    How many square feet/inches to list the party hack Electors on the ballots ???

  2. RJ

    if all you are voting on is electors then it does not make sense to have those faithless elector bills.

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