Monday, August 04, 2008

Nader gets on PA ballot

Barring a challenge like the one that knocked him off the Pennsylvania ballot in 2004, perennial presidential candidate Ralph Nader will get to compete in the state as an independent candidate in this year's White House sweepstakes.

Nader, who's still fighting a court order to pay $81,000 in legal costs of the voters who challenged his nomination papers the last time around, apparently succeeded in collecting the 24,666 voters' signatures that he needed by Friday to qualify for the Nov. 4 ballot.

The deadline to file challenges to independent and third-party candidates is Friday, Aug. 8.


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