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Sixth Circuit Wants Oral Argument in Ohio Libertarian Primary Ballot Access Case

The Sixth Circuit had decided to hold oral argument in Libertarian Party of Ohio v Husted, 14-3230. This is the case over whether the Libertarian candidates for Governor-Lieutenant Governor should be on the party’s May 6 primary ballot. The argument will be sometime during the week of April 21-25.

Neither side had asked for oral argument. This development shows that the Sixth Circuit is taking the case very seriously. The exact date hasn’t been set yet.

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