Thursday, January 11, 2018

Rick Kloos Becomes First Kansas Independent Gubernatorial Candidate to Qualify Since 1990

Ballot Access News

Independent candidate Rick Kloos has qualified for the November 2018 Kansas ballot as an independent candidate for Governor. He is the first independent to appear for that office since 1990. He is also the first independent gubernatorial candidate to ever overcome the 5,000-signature requirement. The requirement for statewide independents before 1991 was 2,500 signatures. The number of signatures was increased in 1990, but did not take effect until 1991. Here is the web page for Kloos.

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Daily Oklahoman Carries Op-Ed By Libertarian Chris Powell, Describing How Top-Two Systems Actually Work

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