Wisconsin Supreme Court puts Nader back on ballot

The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled unanimously Thursday to put independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader back on the Wisconsin ballot.

The Democratic party originally sued to remove Nader from the ballot, arguing Nader failed to meet the minimum standards to be listed. AP has more. Wispolitics.com has the text of the ruling here. Listen to the oral arguments in the case from this morning here.

 

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