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Pennsylvania Supreme Court Removes Republican Gubernatorial Candidate from Primary Ballot

On May 1, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court removed Robert Guzzardi from the Republican primary ballot. He had enough valid signatures, but he didn’t file a particular campaign finance document. Election officials told him he didn’t need to file the document, but they misinformed him. See this story.

Guzzardi’s name is on the ballots that are being used for absentee voting. The primary is May 20. Guzzardi was the only person running in the Republican primary against incumbent Governor Tom Corbett. Thanks to Ken Krawchuk for this news.

One Response

  1. Demo Rep

    ANY thing that a bureaucrat says means ZERO in the courts.

    The LAW is the LAW.

    How many ARMIES of lawyers and super computers are now needed to get ballot access ???

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