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California Ballot Access Bill Set for State Senate Committee Hearing on June 4

The California Senate Elections Committee will hear AB 2351 on Wednesday, June 4, at 1:30 p.m., in room 4203. This is the bill that eases the definition of a qualified political party. It has already passed the Assembly. Thanks to C.T. Weber for this news.

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  1. Jim Riley

    California permits a voter to register with a non-qualified party. It regularly reports the aggregate number of such voters, and upon request will provide a count of registrants. There is no reason to regard such a voter preference, which the voter freely expressed on their voter registration as not being legitimate.

    If such a voter runs for a voter-nominated office, why should the State of California deny that candidate the opportunity to express that party preference of the ballot?

    What is California’s rational interest in doing so? Sabotage of the Top 2 Open Primary is not a legitimate state interest.

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