Oklahoma Bill, Removing Names of Presidential Electors from Ballot, Passes Committee


By Richard Winger On February 17, the Oklahoma Senate Rules Committee unanimously passed SB 1108, which removes the names of candidates for presidential elector from the November ballot. The only other states that still print the names of presidential elector candidates on the ballot are Arizona, Idaho, North Dakota, and South Dakota. None of those states let voters vote for individual candidates for presidential elector, so the information isn’t very meaningful. The Oklahoma bill says the names of the candidates for presidential elector will be posted at the polling place. Thanks to E. Zachary Knight for this news.
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Source:: http://ballot-access.org/2016/02/17/oklahoma-bill-removing-names-of-presidential-electors-from-ballot-passes-committee/