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TX legislature fails to pass reform of ballot access laws

For the second session in a row, the Texas Legislature failed to take action on the Texas Voter Choice Act, which would improve Texas’s overly burdensome and obsolete ballot access requirements for independent candidates and minor parties. Instead, the Legislature enacted and Texas Governor Gregg Abbott signed HB 2504, a bill that imposes additional filing fee or nomination petition requirements on minor party nominees.


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