Green Party has candidate on ballot for Tennessee governor

From Richard Winger at Ballot Access News:

The Tennessee Green Party has placed Howard Switzer on the November 2010 ballot as an independent candidate for Governor. Tennessee has no other statewide races this year.

If the pending ballot access lawsuit wins, it is very likely the court will order that Switzer be put on the ballot as the Green Party nominee, instead of being labeled as an independent. The lawsuit was filed on January 23, 2008, in U.S. District Court. It has moved slowly, but all the evidence and the briefs have been submitted.

1 Comment

  1. Ron Noonan said,

    August 8, 2010 @ 12:43 pm

    I wish you luck on the legal end to get on ballot. You are up against very tough opposition on being placed on the ballot. My petition to be on the ballot had legitimate voters who were declared “not eligible” to sign my petition and at the same time, they were allowed to vote. So which is it?

    Ron Noonan
    (see You tube, where I was purged from ballot)

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