Two New Hampshire libertarians, Rich Tamasso and John Babiarz, testified for over four hours on July 13 at the second hearing for a lawsuit between the New Hampshire LP and the New Hampshire Secretary of State.
The lawsuit is challenging a 2014 law that says no one can start a party petition drive until January 1 of the election year. The Libertarian Party has successfully completed the petition drive twice, and both times it took over a year to finish. To get on the ballot as a party for the 2016 elections would take 14,556 signatures.
Mr. Tamasso and Mr. Babiarz were the only two witnesses at the hearing.
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