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Ohio Libertarians File Reply Brief in Primary Ballot Access Case

On Sunday, March 16, the Ohio Libertarian Party filed this reply brief in its primary ballot access case. The issue is whether Ohio can constitutionally require petitioners to disclose their employer on each petition sheet, or whether, even if this requirement is constitutional, the penalty for failing to complete the blank should be to invalidate those petition sheets. The case is Libertarian Party of Ohio v Husted, southern district, 2:13cv-953.

The brief is 15 pages, and anyone who reads it will get a sense of the argument.

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