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What will your Governor ballot look like in November?

To check for yourself at the NY State Board of Elections web-site, follow this link to a report:

Report on Independent Nominating Petitions Filed
(ie: independent and some third party candidates.)

Onthewilderside will provide extensive information on who is on the ballot in the 2010 November elections in New York State. In previous years, offering the service of a picture of the ballot – showing all options, third party, independent, etc. – has brought us our biggest audience.

Now is the time for independent petitions, which are used groups such as the Green Party and Libertarians who are not official “third parties” yet. The deadline is August 17, 2010. So, we will have an update shortly after.

For now, we have the news from Ballot Access that conservative Carl Paladino has filed signatures on the “Taxpayer Party” line to run for Governor. Petitions might also come in from: Constitution Party, Green Party, Libertarian Party, Anti-Prohibition Party, and others.

(excerpt from) Ballot Access News
Taxpayer Party Files 30,000 Signatures in New York

August 10th, 2010

Carl Paladino, gubernatorial candidate of the Taxpayer Party of New York, filed 30,000 signatures on August 10, the first day on which petitions for the general election may be submitted.  15,000 are required…

The New York petition deadline is August 17…

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