The publication City Limits has this long story about petitioning in New York state. There isn’t a great deal of new material in the story, but it does quote a lot of candidates who complain about the system. Only toward the end does the article mention the alternate idea of filing fees. In most states, no petition whatever is needed to get on a primary ballot. Those states depend on filing fees to keep the ballot from being too crowded.
What is the latest with the challenges against the minor party and independent candidate petitions?
Looks like another commie rag. Why does Richard Winger only post articles from communist publications, much of which are fake news?
Maybe contact the NYSBOE.
THE GOP NEEDS TO FINISH GETTING RID OF THE RHINO’S. GOOD PROGRESS HAS BEEN MADE BUT MORE REMAINS TO BE DONE. KEEP THIRD PARTIES UNTIL THAT PROCESS IS OVER JUST IN CASE. THEN GO ALL IN GOP AND TAKE NO PRISONERS.