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Sixth Circuit Won’t Rehear Ohio Libertarian Party Ballot Access Case

On June 4, the Sixth Circuit declined to grant reconsideration to the Ohio Libertarian Party, in its ballot access case. See this story. As a result, the only candidates on the November 2014 ballot for Ohio Governor will be the nominees of the Republican, Democratic, and Green Parties.

This news enhances the odds that the Green Party will poll at least 2% for Governor and remain on the ballot for the 2016 and 2018 elections. In 2010 the Green Party got 1.52% for Governor, in a four-party race in which the Libertarian Party gubernatorial candidate polled 2.39%. Thanks to Steve Linnabary for the link.

2 Responses

  1. Demo Rep

    How many centuries before there is a genius lawyer who can detect and argue that —

    1. Separate is NOT equal. Brown v. Bd of Ed 1954

    2. Every election is NEW.

    3. EQUAL ballot access tests for ALL candidates for the same office in the same area.

    ???

    i.e. DUMP the mini-armies of MORON lawyers in ballot access cases since 1968 — a mere 46 LONG years ago.

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