Casting a Paul Over the Montana Ballot
There's more uncertainty this morning as to whether Ron Paul will appear on the Montana ballot. From the Associated Press: HELENA - Republican Ron Paul ...
There's more uncertainty this morning as to whether Ron Paul will appear on the Montana ballot. From the Associated Press:
HELENA - Republican Ron Paul does not want to be on the Montana ballot as the Constitution Party presidential candidate, but state election officials said Thursday it may be too late to remove his name.
Paul, in a letter to the secretary of state, said his name was nominated by the Constitution Party of Montana without his permission.
The secretary of state's office said there does not appear to be a provision to remove Paul's name at this point. At least some counties have started printing ballots, officials said.
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