U.S. Supreme Court Won’t Hear Libertarian Case over Discriminatory Voter Registration Forms

From Ballot Access News:

On January 11, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear Arizona Libertarian Party v Bennett, 15-598.

The lower courts had upheld the Arizona law that says only the names of the two largest parties should be printed on voter registration forms.

If a voter wants to register any other way, the voter must write in the name of that party, even if it is ballot-qualified and has its own primary.

“Incredibly, the U.S. Supreme court refused to hear the case brought by Libertarians against an Arizona law that only allows Democrats and Republicans to be listed on voter registration forms, in spite of all-time low voter approval ratings of both the old parties,” said LNC chair Nicholas Sarwark.