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Here we go again: challenge to Green Party Prez petitions in Illinois

www.polidoc.blogspot.com

Monday, November 12, 2007
Illinois Presidential Ballot Signatures Face Objection

update: 3rd Congressional District candidate Richard B. Mayers, widely considered to be a “faux” green by the party, is responsible for the objections. Dan White, executive director of the state election board, said he was unsure how long it would take to decide the merits of Mayers’ objections.

“Some can be disposed of quickly while others could take weeks,” White said, according to the site Pantagraph.com.

Rest of story is here.

For ongoing story of the Illinois situation–including the melodrama of the primary in the 3rd Congressional District–please go to this somewhat buried page on our blog: here.

Related video: Nader on why we need fair ballot access

One Response

  1. Thanks for the link to our post and the feeling is mutual. Keep the news moving.

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