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Electoral Freedom Act Passes NC House


After the North Carolina Supreme Court shot them down, third parties just got good news from the legislative branch. The House passed a bill that would make it less burdensome for minor parties to get on the ballot. The Electoral Freedom Act — House Bill 32 — reduces the number of signatures third parties must collect to secure a place on a statewide ballot from about 85,000 to about 10,000. Read the details at CarolinaJournal.com

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