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Tennessee Libertarian Party Files Brief in Ballot Access Case

On August 19, the Tennessee Libertarian Party filed this brief in Lewis v Goins, 3:14-1565, over whether the party’s nominee for Governor should be on the ballot with “independent” or “Libertarian” as his ballot label. The basis for the case is that the existing law on how parties get on the ballot has been held unconstitutional. The Green and Constitution Party nominees in this year’s election are already on the ballot with their party labels.

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