Submitted to electors by referendum. Defines political parties; declares that office of United States senator, representative in congress, congressional party committeeman. Delegate to national party convention and presidential elector shall be partisan, and all other offices non-partisan; regulates primary election, nomination of candidates, form of ballot and voting at such elections, canvassing returns thereof, contests and fees; defines lawful campaign expenses and requires statement thereof; provides for election and organization of congressional party committees by political parties; provides penalties for violation of act, and repeals primary law of 1913.
Popular Vote Results
Y: 112681; A: 41.8; N: 156967; B: 58.2
C. C. Young, Speaker of the Assembly
Milton L. Schmitt, Assemblyman Thirty-first District
DIRECT PRIMARY LAW California Proposition 1 (1915).