“Libertarians denied spots on Ohio governor’s, attorney general’s ballot”

Cincinnati Enquirer: “But even with the Democratic involvement, Smith decided the people who gathered signatures for the candidates could be viewed as Libertarians, as required by law. He instead focused on two petition circulators’ failure to indicate who was paying them. That’s required by law, even though they were contractors, Smith said.”

This now goes to federal district court, and Ballot Access News links to the motion for  preliminary injunction.

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