SB 2726: Presidential Preference Primary Elections [LPCC]
GENERAL BILL by Dockery ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Jones ; King ; Villalobos ; Garcia ; Justice ; Bullard ; Bennett ; Aronberg ; Dean
Presidential Preference Primary Elections [LPCC]; Provides that a voter who has no party affiliation may vote in either the Republican or Democratic primary. Authorizes each contest of a contested Republican or Democratic primary to be treated as a universal primary contest pursuant to the State Constitution for purposes of tabulating and reporting results, etc.
Last Action: 4/16/2008 Senate - Unfavorable by Judiciary, laid on Table; YEAS 3 NAYS 5 -SJ 00686
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• Introduced, referred to Ethics and Elections; Judiciary; Transportation and Economic Development Appropriations -SJ 00305
• On Committee agenda-- Ethics and Elections, 04/01/08, 1:00 pm, 412-K --Temporarily postponed
• On Committee agenda-- Ethics and Elections, 04/08/08, 11:30 am, 412-K
• Favorable by Ethics and Elections; YEAS 5 NAYS 1 -SJ 00478; Now in Judiciary -SJ 00478
• On Committee agenda-- Judiciary, 04/16/08, 3:30 pm, 110-S
• Unfavorable by Judiciary, laid on Table; YEAS 3 NAYS 5 -SJ 00686
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