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Columbus Newspaper Story About Sixth Circuit Decision on Minor Party Ballot Access

The Columbus Dispatch has this story, mentioning that on January 15, the Sixth Circuit refused Ohio’s request to expedite the lawsuit over whether the minor parties should be on the 2014 ballot. As the newspaper story explains, this means the U.S. District Court decision of January 7 will remain in effect, and the parties will be on the 2014 ballot.

The quote from representatives from the state government that the state is “still reviewing the decision” seems humorous, because the “decision” not to expedite is one sentence long.

4 Responses

  1. Demo Rep

    Perhaps the OH folks are looking at the Bill Clinton dictionary as to the meaning of words ???

  2. David

    So we’ll see libertarians on the ballot for 2014. But 2016 is up in the air?

  3. Richard Winger

    Yes. However, if the Libertarian nominee gets at least 2% for Governor this year, the party will be on in both 2016 and 2018. That is true for the other minor parties also.

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