Sunday, September 20, 2020

Alaska Supreme Court Won’t Order Ballots Reprinted, Despite Their Omission of Party Labels for Certain Candidates

Ballot Access News

On September 18, the Alaska Supreme Court verbally announced a decision after the hearing in Galvin v State. The Alaska ballots have already been printed without the partisan labels for the nominees of unqualified parties, and without the partisan affiliation of major party nominees who are not members of the party that nominated them. The 2020 ballot does not follow state law, and injures certain candidates. But those ballots will be used anyway. See this story.

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