Skip to comments.Nader Wins Place on Arkansas Ballot
Posted on 10/03/2004 9:13:52 AM PDT by Michael Goldsberry
LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas -- The Arkansas Supreme Court on Friday granted independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader a place on Arkansas' ballot for the November 2 general election.
The court ruling overturned a circuit court judge's order to election officials that would have kept Nader's name off the ballot.
Circuit Judge Timothy Fox, ruling in a lawsuit brought by the state Democratic Party, said the signatories who petitioned for Nader name to be on the ballot had not declared him as their candidate.
Nader appealed Fox's ruling.
In Pennsylvania, meanwhile, the state Commonwealth Court delayed a decision on Nader's request to place his name on that state's ballot to provide time to examine petition signatures.
G. Ronald Darlington, the court's executive administrator, said the petition was the largest ever submitted in a presidential race in the state, but 35,000 of the 52,000 signatures have been contested.
The state Supreme Court said the names of Nader and vice presidential candidate Peter Miguel Camejo should be on the ballots as Populist Party of Arkansas candidates.
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I'd say 35 ,, and he's getting close ;-)
Yes, he's on ballot 33 states and 11 more pending court action. This, inspite of thrashing and trashing of him by the Dims...
Nadar supporters. In all 50 states you may write in your vote for any candidate you wish. Good luck.
Any little bit helps.
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