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Indiana requires presidential candidates to obtain 500 signatures from each congressional district to earn a place on the primary ballot. Now there's a debate as to ...
Indiana requires presidential candidates to obtain 500 signatures from each congressional district to earn a place on the primary ballot. Now there's a debate as to whether John McCain received enough signatures in one congressional district, as the Associated Press reports:
Indiana Republican spokesman Jay Kenworthy says he checked the petition Thursday and counted 531 signatures from the district in question.
State Democratic Chairman Dan Parker says his staff counted 496 signatures from that district.
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