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Thoughts and predictions on: Right to Life Party and Conservative Party in NY

In New York State, the Conservative Party is currently an automatic ballot status party, a third party on par with the major parties. The Right-to-Life Party in the state is an independent political body without automatic ballot status. There are various strands in the Conservative Party in New York, and some people have used that party as a way to express the right-to-life philosophy. [Editor’snote by KW]

from Ballot Access News
Right to Life Party Name Will Appear on Ballot in Part of New York State
August 23rd, 2010

Although New York state’s Right to Life Party lost its status as a qualified party in 2002, it has continued to appear on the ballot in part of the state, and will do so again this year. It has petitioned to place candidates on the ballot for Justice of the Supreme Court in the 9th district, which includes Westchester County and some other counties in the Hudson Valley.

The Right to Life Party ran candidates for this office as well in 2009, 2007, 2005, and 2004.

The party lost its status as a qualified party when it only polled 44,195 votes for Governor in 2002. New York state law requires that a party poll 50,000 votes for Governor in order to obtain or keep qualified status.

Some observers feel there is a chance that the Conservative Party might lose its status as a qualified party this year. The Conservative Party has a primary for Governor on September 14, between Rick Lazio and the Conservative Party’s own vice-chair, Ralph Lorigo. The Republican gubernatorial primary this year is between Rick Lazio and Carl Paladino. Paladino is a foe of the Conservative Party and if he becomes the Republican nominee, he will also be the nominee of a new party, the Taxpayers Party.

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