California Candidate Vote Requirement (2008)
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The California Vote Requirement (2008) (Initiative # 07-0019), also known as the California Non Partisan Candidate Qualification Act, was a statutory initiative measure to be submitted directly California voters.
If the measure had prevailed, it would have "provided amended voter signature qualification process for state-wide elected office (Governor, ect. to U.S. Senator) from: Collecting 3% volume of registered voter signatures, perhaps only from within candidate's local geographic area..., [change to] Collecting lower volume of registered voter signatures from each of California 58 counties to demonstrate a state-wide representation campaign."
Connor Vlakancic of the California NonPartisan Independent Committee.
- California Sec. of State Init._07-0019
- California NonPartisan Independent Committee Home Page
- Connor Vlakancic Biography
- Laws governing the initiative process in California
- California 2008 ballot propositions
- Campaign finance requirements for California ballot measures
- California signature requirements
- Petition drive deadlines in 2008