MONTANA: Court Boots Green Party From 2018 Ballot
The Helena Independent Record reports:
A Helena judge is ordering the Montana Green Party removed from the ballot this fall, saying the group did not submit enough valid signatures to qualify. Helena District Court Judge James Reynolds on Monday signed an order directing the Secretary of State to take the Montana Green Party off the ballot after he invalidated signatures gathered through a petition process.
Earlier this year, on the last day possible, the Montana Green Party qualified to run candidates in this year’s midterms by submitting enough signatures gathered by people around the state. A handful of Green Party candidates filed, including two seeking to oust Democrat U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, who is running for his third term. One Green Party candidate is a longtime party member and advanced
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