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California Legislature Passes Bill Repealing Loyalty Oath for Candidates for County Central Committee

On August 11, the California Senate passed AB 2766, so the bill is through the legislature. It repeals the law that requires candidates for County Central Committee (from the Democratic, Republican, and American Independent Parties) to take a loyalty oath. The bill passed the Senate 23-12. Most Republican Senators voted “no”. The oath was declared unconstitutional in state court last year.

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