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Georgia Election Officials Say Bill Bozarth, Independent Candidate for Legislature, Has Enough Valid Signatures

Bill Bozarth, an independent candidate for Georgia House of Representatives, has enough valid signatures to be on the November 2014 ballot. See this story. So far he is the only petitioning candidate to have succeeded in getting on the ballot for any federal or state office in Georgia this year. The Libertarian Party has a nominee for state representative, Jeff Amason, who is still waiting to here if he has enough valid signatures. Georgia Libertarians are on the ballot automatically for statewide offices, but not U.S. House or state legislature or county partisan office.

2 Responses

  1. We need to pressure single-winner supporters in order
    to help them learn how to support multi-winner teams, and
    the best way is to support their opponents
    in November and to hold the supporters of
    single-winner elections accountable to
    all the road blocks they erect and the destructive
    work they’ve done in the past.

    If you’re interested in pure proportional representation (PR) and you like to be decisive, then consider being a part of the California Super-state Parliament (ss11) and vote on our election before the August 5th 2014 deadline:
    http://www.usparliament.org/v-h-ss11-2014.php

    Thank you.

    –James Ogle [Free Parliamentary]
    1994 candidate Green Party for CA Governor
    “The original joogle from who google got their name”

    • Prime Minister Miss Joy Waymire [Decline to State] wrote:
      “It doesn’t take pressure, but leading by example. Like a “mock” government to demonstrate the differences between single winner elections & pure proportional representation. We need to TEACH not PRESSURE!”

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