Arkansas Supreme Court puts Nader back on state ballot

The Arkansas Supreme Court late Friday put independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader back on the state ballot with a 4-3 ruling, overturning a lower court determination that 1000 people who had signed a petitions in his favor had not fomally named him as "their" presidential candidate.

At this time the full text of the ruling is not yet available online. From Little Rock, the Arkansas News Bureau has more.

 

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