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Pennsylvania Democrat Who Defended State’s Ballot Access Laws Herself Fails to Obtain 2,000 Signatures

This Philadelphia Weekly story says that Jo Ellen Litz, a candidate for Governor in this year’s Pennsylvania Democratic primary, has failed to obtain the 2,000 valid signatures she needed to get on the primary ballot. As the story mentions, last week at a forum, in response to a question, she said current Pennsylvania ballot access requirements for minor parties and independent candidates should not be eased.

2 Responses

  1. It would be easy to gloat here but the bottom line is: Hopefully she learned something.

  2. Scott is right. Thank you for the story. It would be a great help for the Green Party, and our nation, if the lady learned from this.

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