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Arizona Bill to Repeal Ballot Access Restriction Advances in Legislature

On January 30, the Arizona House Judiciary Committee passed HB 2196. That bill repeals the 2013 bill, HB 2305, that made it extremely difficult for members of small qualified parties to get on their own party’s primary ballots. HB 2305 had many other election law provisions also, some of which are strongly opposed by Democrats and their allies.

Repealing the 2013 bill would cancel the November 2014 referendum on the 2013 bill. See this story.

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