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Atlanta Journal-Constitution Covers Libertarian Legislative Candidate’s Ballot Access Lawsuit

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has this article about Jeff Amason’s ballot access lawsuit. Amason collected the signatures of 5% of his legislative district’s voters, so as to be listed as the Libertarian nominee for State House, 21st district. But he still was kept off the ballot because his wife, who notarized most of his petition sheets, also circulated a few sheets herself (although she did not notarize the sheets she circulated).

2 Responses

  1. We are working hard down here to get Jeff on the ballot..Georgia has not had anyone on the ballot for state house since 2004

  2. Alabama Independent

    I hope they are successful with the suit. the Major parties will do anything to keep 3rd parties and Independents off the ballot. But a Major Party can make a mistake and they “overlook” or come up with some garbage of how the law was not really ignored. Just like in Marshall County where the Major Parties did not meet the deadline for filing nominees wih the Probate Judge. I’m just waiting to see what excuse they will come up with.

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