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U.S. Supreme Court Sets Conference Date for Libertarian Party Presidential Primary “Sore Lose” Case

The U.S. Supreme Court has placed Libertarian Party of Michigan v Ruth Johnson, 13-421, on its list of cases to be considered at the December 13 conference. This is the case on whether Michigan’s Secretary of State should have kept Gary Johnson off the November 2012 ballot. Johnson appeared on the ballot in all states plus D.C. and Guam, except that he didn’t appear in Oklahoma because too many signatures were required, and he didn’t appear in Michigan because his name had been entered on the February 2012 Republican presidential primary.

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