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Florida Republican Removed from Primary Ballot Because his Filing Fee Check was One Cent Too Low

Published on June 19, 2010, by in General.

Candidates for the Florida legislature qualify by paying a filing fee of $1,781.82. Neil Combee, a Republican running in the 64th district, state House of Representatives, was removed from the primary ballot because his filing check was made out for $1,781.81, by mistake. See this story.

Combee is running against an incumbent. He expects to file a lawsuit on June 21. Thanks to Political Wire for the link.

6 Responses

  1. Demo Rep

    A penny for his MORON thoughts — in this New Age of TRILLION dollar govt deficits ???

  2. I’m betting the lawsuit will cost them more than one cent.

  3. Barney

    On the first tee…Neil Combee, Roberto Divicenzo…

  4. Why was it one cent off? any explanation?

  5. Third Party Revolution

    This should be something put on failblog.

  6. Jim Riley

    #4 The article said that the would-be candidate’s family convinced him to turn over internal aspects of the campaign to professionals.

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