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April 14, 2016


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Peter Templeton

Why are NC's General Statutes that create extra hoops for independent candidates to jump through no a violation of a person's equal rights to participate in government, or an abridgment of the equal protection provisions of the US Constitution? Makes no sense that a person can't just declare themselves an independent candidate, as other large party candidates are able to do.

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