Close on the heels of his victory in California, where the Peace and Freedom Party just put Nader on the ballot, the Natural Law Party of Michigan just did the same. Ballot Access News reports:
On July 30, 2008, the Michigan Natural Law Party nominated Ralph Nader for president, and submitted the needed paperwork. Nader is now listed on the Michigan Secretary of Stateâ€™s webpage as a presidential candidate. The Natural Law Party nationally went out of existence in 2004, but the Michigan party continues to run candidates and polled enough votes to remain on the ballot in both 2004 and 2006. In 2004 the Michigan Natural Law Party had nominated Walt Brown (Socialist Party) for president.
This makes it a dozen states where Nader is officially on the ballot: Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Illinois, Michigan, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, South Carolina, Utah, and Washington State.
Additionally, his campaign has completed signatures drives, and is waiting on official confirmation of ballot status in Arkansas, Kansas, Massachusetts, Missouri, Montana, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee and West Virginia, and is seeking nomination of state parties in Delaware and Florida.
Thus far, BAN lists only Indiana, North Carolina and Texas as states where Nader has already been eliminated from having a chance of being on the ballot.