Indiana Activism

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Indiana became the 19th State in the Union on December 11th, 1816

Indiana Allows: Nominations and Legislative Referrals.

Signature Requirements:

  • U.S. Senate and State Executive Offices – Party Candidates require 4,500 Signatures from at least 500 from each of the nine congressional districts.
  • U.S. House and State Legislature – Party Candidates – Only a Declaration of Candidacy is required.
  • For all Nominations: Libertarians are selected by convention and not required to file. Independents and Minor Parties require 2% of the signatures of the voters who voted in the Secretary of State’s election in their particular district they are running for office in.
  • Deadlines: Democrats and Republicans – January to February, Independents and Minor Parties January to July
  • Legislative Referrals require a simple minority of the legislators in both chambers.

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 Indiana at Recall the Rogues

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