Ruling against would-be presidential candidate
CHICAGO (AP) — A judge in Chicago has ruled against an Illinois man who filed a lawsuit accusing officials of violating his rights by refusing to put his name on the presidential ballot after he fell short of the 25,000 petition signatures required.
And just how short off the mark was Michael W. Hawkins?
He was 24,999 signatures short. He had just one.
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