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Barnette to address Constitution Party gathering

CLARION Fox News commentator Kathy Barnette will be the guest speaker at the Constitutional Republicans of Western PA fall dinner. The event is set for 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 7 with dinner at 6 p.m. at the Trinity Point Church of God. Barnette is a candidate for the U. S....
CLARION, PA
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Clarion News

Constitution Party hosts presentation on CRT

The Constitution Party of Clarion County looks to get its message of limited government out to the public when its hosts a "Founders Series Presentation" at 7 p.m. Sept. 23 at Trinity Point Church of God just south of Interstate 80 in Monroe Township. Entitled "All Men Are Created Equal...
CLARION COUNTY, PA
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Constitution Party to talk about critical race theory

CLARION — The Constitution Party of Clarion County wants to get its message of limited government out to the public when its hosts a Founders Series presentation at 7 p.m. Thursday at Trinity Point Church of God just south of Interstate 80 in Monroe Township. The program is titled “All...
CLARION COUNTY, PA
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COFOE, Constitution Party, Green Party, and National Libertarian Committee, File Amicus Brief in U.S. Supreme Court in Case over Exclusion of Minor Parties from Ohio Election Commission

On September 15, the Coalition for Free & Open Elections (COFOE), and the Green Party, the Constitution Party, and the national committee of the Libertarian Party filed this amicus curiae brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in Libertarian Party of Ohio v Crites, 21-226. This is the case over the composition of the Ohio Elections Commission. Ohio law says it must have three members of each of the two largest parties, and one member who is not a member of any party. Thus a minor party member can never serve on the commission.
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Amicus Brief filed in U.S. Supreme Court in Case over Exclusion of Minor Parties from Ohio Election Commission

On September 15, the Coalition for Free & Open Elections (COFOE), and the Green Party, the Constitution Party, and the national committee of the Libertarian Party filed this amicus curiae brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in Libertarian Party of Ohio v Crites, 21-226. This is the case over the composition of the Ohio Elections Commission.
CONGRESS & COURTS
nationalmemo.com

Judge Upholds Coal Magnate’s Lawsuit Against Donald Trump Jr.

Although Donald Trump Jr. and former coal baron Don Blankenship have a lot in common — both are far-right bullies, both are extremists, and both are aggressive defenders of fossil fuels — there is a considerable amount of bad blood between the two of them. And in West Virginia, a 95-year-old federal judge has refused to throw out Blankenship's defamation lawsuit against Trump Jr., according to Law & Crime.
CONGRESS & COURTS
Star-Tribune

Barron: State still has only two minor political parties

CHEYENNE — General election results show room for a third party in Wyoming,. That was the gist of a column I wrote after the 2010 elections. Subsequent elections shows that my assessment was more than a tad off. The reason for the optimism was the showing of independent gubernatorial write-in...
CHEYENNE, WY
Ballot-access.org

Both Sides File Motions for Summary Judgment in Texas Ballot Access Case

On August 31, both sides in the Texas ballot access case filed briefs in support of Summary Judgment. If the judge rejects both of them, there will be a trial. First, though, each side may file one rebuttal brief. The case challenges all the ballot access restrictions that affect independent candidates and the nominees of parties other than the Republican and Democratic Parties. Some of those restrictions hamper the two minor parties that are ballot-qualified, the Libertarian and Green Parties. But most of the challenged laws affect parties that are not now on the ballot but which would like to be, such as the plaintiff Constitution Party.
TEXAS STATE
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