Andy Prior is the former Chairman of the infant America’s Party for Texas (APT). According to Prior, the hurdles for a third-party to get on the ballot in Texas is perhaps the most difficult in the nation.
APT is hoping that a lawsuit filed by a ballot access organization will open the way for them to be included on the November 2018 midterm ballot. If so, Prior will be listed as a candidate for Texas Land Commissioner to challenge the primary winners of the two major parties.
The requirements are so stringent that it usually has been achieved by an expenditure averaging $500,000 by a third-party or independent candidate. Additionally, Prior goes through the checklists of near-miracles that APT has to reach, currently, to make it for November.
More importantly, Prior introduces Texans to America’s Party for Texas, and articulates the differences between APT and generic Republican Party.
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