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Ohio Libertarian Party Wins Procedural Ruling in U.S. District Court Concerning Ballot Access Challenger

On August 12, a U.S. District Court Magistrate ruled that Gregory Felsoci, the individual who challenged the primary petitions this year of three Libertarian Party statewide candidates, must reveal who is paying his legal fees. Although it is true that Felsoci does not know who is paying his legal fees, his attorneys must reveal this information to Felsoci, and then Felsoci must reveal this to the court.

The case is Libertarian Party of Ohio v Husted, southern district, 2:13cv-953. It is possible Felsoci will file an appeal to countermand the ruling, but if he does, he is obliged to do it quickly.

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