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Saturday, August 21, 2004

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The Marietta Times%3A Election 2004%3A Nader likely to get on Ohio%27s presidential ballot - - The Marietta Times
Ralph Nader may be struggling to get his name on the presidential ballot in many states, but it appears likely that Ohio voters will get a chance to cast a vote for the independent candidate.

The Ohio Secretary of State's office reports it will take about two to three weeks to validate signatures, but Nader certainly has far more signatures than he needs to get his name on the Nov. 2 presidential ballot.

The deadline for petitions was Thursday, and the Nader supporters have submitted 14,473 signatures. Independent presidential candidates need at least 5,000 valid signatures to get on the ballot. Five other independent presidential candidates also submitted petitions.
Apparently, there are at least 14,473 Bush supporters in Ohio.


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