Libertarians Sue to Have Romney Kicked Off Washington BallotSlog
Aug. 17, 2012
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I'm not a lawyer, but the letter of the law is clear. Under the definition of "major" and "minor" parties in the RCW, Romney has not qualified for the ballot. Not that I expect a court to have the balls to kick him off, but technically, the law is on the Libertarian's side.