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California Bill to Eliminate Loyalty Oaths for Candidates for Political Party Office

On April 2, the California Assembly Elections Committee introduced AB 2766. It repeals loyalty oaths for candidates for county central committee. The current election law requires candidates running in the Democratic, Republican, and American Independent Party primaries, for party office, to swear that they don’t belong to an organization that advocates the violent overthrow of the government. These laws were held unconstitutional on November 1, 2013, by a Superior Court in San Luis Obispo County, in a lawsuit called Barta v Bowen, cv11-665.

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  1. Demo Rep

    Will it take a violent overthrow to get rid of the ANTI-Democracy minority rule gerrymanders in ALL 50 States and in the USA regime ???

    P.R. and nonpartisan App.V.

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